Slik Pro 700 DX Tripod with 700DX 3-Way, Pan-and-Tilt Head (Titanium)

BH #SL700DX • MFR #615-315
Slik
Slik Pro 700 DX Tripod with 700DX 3-Way, Pan-and-Tilt Head (Titanium)
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 19.8 lb
  • Max Height: 75.0", Min Height: 16.1"
  • Folded Length: 29.9"
  • Leg Sections: 3, Weight: 7.1 lb
This titanium-colored,SLIK Pro 700 DX Tripod with 700 DX 3-Way, Pan-and-Tilt Head supports up to 19.8 lb, measures 29.9" when folded, and includes a quick release plate. Each of its 3-section legs features an independent spread, a 3-position angle lock, and flip locks for fast deployment. The included push-and-pull, rapid center column is multi-sectional, which allows it to be converted to a shortened center column. This feature permits a minimum height of 25.4" or 16.1" when the center column is shortened. The SLIK Pro 700 DX Tripod provides a maximum height of 60.0", 65.8" with its center column shortened as well as fully raised, and 75.0" with the complete column fully raised.
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does it support 7D Mark II? where is it made in? ...

does it support 7D Mark II? where is it made in? Thanks!
Asked by: Tim
This lists a Country of Origin of Hong Kong and it has a 19.8 pound load capacity. It will be able to support a 7D Mark II very well.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-02-24

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do you have this one in black for the same price?
Asked by: Anonymous
We do offer the model in black, but currently it is a special order item and it is not the same price as the two-tone version is. See the link below for details on the model in black:http://bhpho.to/1gEWlyY
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-27

You list the load capacity as 19.8 lbs (9kg) but ...

You list the load capacity as 19.8 lbs (9kg) but the instruction sheet for my PRO700DX gives a load capacity of 5kg (11 lbs). What's the difference?
Asked by: Robert
According to Slik's website, it is 19.8: https://slikusa.com/collections/aluminum-w-head/products/pro-700dx-amt-complete
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Can I use an extension arm with this for flat lay ...

Can I use an extension arm with this for flat lay photography?
Asked by: Andy
Certainly, just unscrew the head and attach a lateral arm to the legs and then reattach the head to the end of the lateral arm. Click the link below to view your options; https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Arms/ci/10829/N/4075788750
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-10-13

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Can the camera be tilted 90 degrees on this Tripod?
Asked by: Navneet S.
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Answered by: Tara S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

is the 19 pound capacity for the head only and ...

is the 19 pound capacity for the head only and does the tripod itself have a different capacity?
Asked by: Minion
According to Slik's website, the load capacity of the legs is 19.8lbs and the load capacity of the head is 18lbs.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-09-21

Will the 3way head support the Photek TRI-X-2500 ...

Will the 3way head support the Photek TRI-X-2500 Tripod Extender with a light weight camcorder or camera. I'm concerned about the quick release. Will everything work together?
Asked by: Frank
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How do I adjust the tilt friction on my SLIK ...

How do I adjust the tilt friction on my SLIK 700DX? I use a Nikon 700 with the heavy 70-200 lens. The overall weight does not allow me to position the camera beyond straight and level. If I tilt the camera it just keeps going when I take my hand off. (Yes, I am a novice but still need the help. Thanks)
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There is no friction control on this tripod. It's either tight or loose. If the head is slipping after tightening, then the head may need an adjustment from Slik. You can however remove the head and substitute it for a more sturdy head.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2019-11-06
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