The TAD28C Series 2 Adventure Carbon Fiber Tripod from Benro supports up to 26.5 lb, weighs 3.2 lb, extends up to 61.4", and folds down to 20.7". Its 4-section legs use flip lock levers for adjusting the height of each leg. A foam grip on one of the legs enables you to securely hold the tripod and protects your hand during cold weather. A 3/8"-16 thread on top of the tripod allows you to attach any compatible tripod head of your choice. A carrying case with a shoulder strap is included to protect the tripod during transport.
- Load Capacity: 26.5 lb
- Max Height: 61.4"
- Min Height: 12.2"
- Folded Length: 20.7"
Benro Adventure TAD28C Overview
Benro Adventure TAD28C Specs
|Load Capacity||26.5 lb / 12 kg|
|Maximum Working Height||61.4" / 156 cm|
|Max Height without Center Column||53.5" / 135.9 cm|
|Minimum Working Height||12.2" / 31 cm|
|Closed Length||20.7" / 52.6 cm|
|Head Mount Type||3/8"-16 Screw|
|Weight||3.2 lb / 1.5 kg|
|Leg Lock Type||Flip Lock|
|Independent Leg Spread||Yes|
|Center Column Sections||1|
|Center Column Extension Type||Rapid|
|Lateral / 90-Degree Center Column||No|
|Package Weight||5.2 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||26 x 4.7 x 4.7"|
Benro Adventure TAD28C Reviews
The middle upper lift is not as high as I would like it to go, but worth the compromise for the light weight.
Good as advertised.
I use a Benro ball-head and this is the bomb. It is light, strong, and holds the camera solid as a rock. The snap-locks are quick and easy to use. I timed myself opening the tripod and it took 15 seconds and I stumbled during the process. Highly recommended.
Very good tripod
I prefer the snap/click locks to the twist locks, and this is one of the few high-quality, reasonably priced Carbon Fiber tripods with that feature. On a tripod, the devil is in the details and this one gets all of them right. Lightweight and easily collapsible, very sturdy and supportivem a few bells/whistles to make it more pleasant to use.
Small and Mighty
I dislike the turn to tighten on the legs. Takes to long to set up. When I saw the flat locks , I was sold.
Succesfully purchased 18th series of Benro, it's durable and convenient all the way. You may note that Benro's kit head of tripod is not always trusty, the weak point of its is the proprietary camera plate lock system, me occasionally happened to repair its screw. The true decision will be to buy the major tripod head additionally. The tripod of choice, strong and fits the needs of user.
Great tripod, very stable.
This is small enough to fit into my carry-on bag and lightweight. I'm 5'11 and is a perfect height for me very stable, which was my biggest concern. I'm very happy with the purchase and definitely recommend it.
Almost perfect for my use
I purchased this tripod for travel. I prefer lever clamps over twist locks, and these work well. The 4-segment legs mean that it will fit into my checked luggage when traveling by air. It is a very sturdy and rock-solid base for my Olympus 150-400 + EM1.3. The one slight downside was that the very first time I opened the clamps, I pinched a finger. So I have a bit of getting the correct motion to do so I can be sure that won't happen again.
Best Tripod To-Date For Me
This tripod is the best. It is light from head to toes. It was dusty or felt like there was a very light powder on the legs but that wore off in a week or so. The snap-levers are very quick and secure. No slipping at all. The center post requires tightening a little beyond snug to make sure your camera is complelely secure. If not it has a tiny bit of play which is no good when you want total stability. I love this tripod and it is the best I have used to-date.
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