Jobu Design Killarney 3-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod

BH #JOTCF36KL • MFR #TCF-36KL
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Jobu Design Killarney 3-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 55.1 lb
  • Max Height: 54"
  • Min Height: 4"
  • Folded Length: 24.25"
The Killarney Carbon Fiber Tripod from Jobu Design is a 3-section, high capacity support designed for use with long lenses and heavy camera bodies.
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Jobu Design Killarney Overview

The Killarney Carbon Fiber Tripod from Jobu Design is a 3-section, high capacity support designed for use with long lenses and heavy camera bodies.

The tripod features a weight capacity of 55.1 lb, a suitable match for any Jobu gimbal or third party tripod head, but weighs just 4.2 lb, an excellent weight to capacity ratio. At its maximum height the tripod stands at 54" tall and collapses to just 24.25" for transport. When its 3-angle legs are set at their widest position, the tripod may be lowered to just 4" off the ground, which is great for dramatic low-angle landscapes, lying prone while photographing wildlife, or macro photography.

Designed with outdoor use in mind, the Killarney features removable rubber feet that reveal integrated spikes for added stability in snow, mud, dirt, and sand. Additionally, each leg is wrapped with a protective foam cover, making it easy to carry the tripod over the shoulder and providing a comfortable grip for the user.

UPC: 728795730161

Jobu Design Killarney Specs

Material of ConstructionCarbon Fiber
Maximum Height54" (137.1 cm)
Minimum Height4" (10.2 cm)
Folded Length24.25" (61.6 cm)
Load Capacity55.1 lb (25 kg)
Leg Sections3
Leg Lock TypeTwist lock
Independent Leg SpreadYes, 3-angle
Center ColumnNo
Center BraceNo
Spiked FeetYes
Head Mount Thread Size3/8"-16
Weight4.2 lb (1.9 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)26.8 x 5.3 x 5.2"
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