Tilta Threaded 15mm Rod (Black, 12", Single)

BH #TIR15300 • MFR #R15-300-B
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Tilta Threaded 15mm Rod (Black, 12", Single)
Key Features
  • Both Ends Have Female Threads
  • One End is Chamfered
  • Lightweight Anodized Aluminum
Tilta's 12" Threaded 15mm Rod is a 12" rod with female threading on both ends. This allows you to use optional threaded rod adapters to extend the length. As a standard practice, Tilta chamfers one end of their rods and leaves the other end with a straight cut. The chamfering makes it easier to slide accessories onto the rod, while the end with the straight cut makes for a smoother rod join.
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Tilta R15 Overview

Tilta's 12" Threaded 15mm Rod is a 12" rod with female threading on both ends. This allows you to use optional threaded rod adapters to extend the length. As a standard practice, Tilta chamfers one end of their rods and leaves the other end with a straight cut. The chamfering makes it easier to slide accessories onto the rod, while the end with the straight cut makes for a smoother rod join.

The rod is made from machined aluminum for a balance between weight and strength, and then anodized black for wear and corrosion resistance. Please note that there is no industry-wide standard for support rod threading, so when sourcing optional rod extenders, it is best to stay within one brand.

Lightweight anodized aluminum construction
The chamfered end eases mounting of rod-based accessories
Both ends are threaded for extending the length of the rod
UPC: 709016726965

Tilta R15 Specs

Diameter15 mm
Length11.81" / 300 mm
MaterialAluminum
Thread TypeFemale / Female
Number of Rods1
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.18 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.75 x 0.6 x 0.45"
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Is this strong enough to be used with tilta grips to support a 35lb camera kit?
Asked by: Tim
Although aluminum rods are sturdy enough for support, overtime, they will thin out and attachments will not latch properly. Stainless steel and titanium are materials that you buy for life. Also, using 19mm rods is recommended for any kind of zoom lens and you will not get any play, unlike 15mm rods on heavier builds.
Answered by: Nicholas
Date published: 2021-02-01
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