Gitzo GT5543LS Systematic Series 5 Carbon Fiber Tripod (Long)

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Gitzo GT5543LS Systematic Series 5 Carbon Fiber Tripod (Long)
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 88 lb
  • Max Height: 61.4"
  • Min Height: 3.9"
  • Folded Length: 23.6"
The GT5543LS Systematic Series 5 Carbon Fiber Tripod from Gitzo is a high capacity carbon fiber tripod that represents the ultimate goals of the Systematic lineup—minimal weight, durability, and uncompromising stability. For those looking for the most stable support system possible, the Series 5 is designed to hold up to some of the most demanding setups with a large top casting and excellent stability.
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Gitzo Systematic Series 5 Overview

The GT5543LS Systematic Series 5 Carbon Fiber Tripod from Gitzo is a high capacity carbon fiber tripod that represents the ultimate goals of the Systematic lineup—minimal weight, durability, and uncompromising stability. For those looking for the most stable support system possible, the Series 5 is designed to hold up to some of the most demanding setups with a large top casting and excellent stability.

Within the Series 5 line the GT5543LS is given the "Long" designation as it can extend from a minimum height of 3.9", to a maximum height of 61.4", all while maintaining an impressive weight capacity of 88 lb. Incorporating Gitzo's patented carbon eXact tubing, the GT5543LS sports maximum rigidity while keeping its weight to an absolute minimum. Weighing just 6 lb allows the tripod it be easily carried or transported in the studio or out in the field. It's folded length of just 23.6" makes storing or travelling with the tripod easy and convenient.

The Systematic line also features an array of unique, patented, and useful features which set a standard for professional quality. The key design element of the series is the use of Gitzo's Carbon eXact tubes which are extremely rigid despite their lightweight design. The carbon tubing is complimented by Gitzo's G-Lock Ultra twist-locks which maintain stable, solid connections between leg sections and prevent joint damage by blocking out dirt, dust, and moisture. Each leg on the tripod features a 50mm rubber articulating foot, providing a stable and versatile base for setting the tripod on most surfaces. If required, the feet may be removed and replaced with optional metal spikes for increased stability in sand, dirt, mud, snow, and ice. The base of the tripod also features a 3/8"-16 Easy Link attachment thread, allowing the user to connect a variety of accessories to the tripod including magic arms, shoe adapters, LED lights, monitors, and more.

UPC: 719821384267

Gitzo Systematic Series 5 Specs

General
Load Capacity88.18 lb / 40 kg
Maximum Working Height61.4" / 156 cm
Minimum Working Height3.9" / 10 cm
Folded Length23.62" / 60 cm
Head Mount Type3/8"-16 Screw
Weight6.22 lb / 2.82 kg
MaterialsCarbon Fiber
Bubble LevelYes
Legs
Leg Lock TypeTwist Lock
Leg Positions3 Positions
Leg Sections4
Leg Diameter1.63" / 41.3 mm
Feet FeaturesRemovable
Packaging Info
Package Weight8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)25.7 x 7.5 x 6.8"
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They give the Leg Diameter of 1.63" / 41.3 mm. ...

They give the Leg Diameter of 1.63" / 41.3 mm. That is the top section. What is the diameter of the bottom / Smallest leg section?
Asked by: Guy
The listed diameter for each leg section are 1.14- 1.3- 1.46- 1.63 in.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-09-26

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I have a Novoflex MagicBall Ballhead, will this tripod fit with it? Or do I need to buy any accessories for it?
Asked by: Andrea M.
Yes. That ball head would be fine. The other two reviews are a bit misguided in my opinion, as there is no such thing as excess stability, or “overpowering” of a ball head. Yes, aesthetically, the ball head may look a bit odd when compared to the base. Yes, the tripod is bulky, and a bit heavy. It is a rock though.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-02-18

Can the "rubber feet" which are standard on the ...

Can the "rubber feet" which are standard on the tripod be replaced with a spiked foot option?
Asked by: William
Yes, absolutely. The threads are 3/8-16.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-08-08
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