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Sirui SUTLFEET Tabletop Tripod (Large)

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Sirui SUTLFEET Tabletop Tripod (Large)
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 22 lb
  • Maximum Height: 7.5"
  • Weight: 1.7 lb
  • Aluminum Construction
The large SUTLFEET Tabletop Tripod from Sirui is a 1.7 lb aluminum support with a reversible 1/4'-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded camera platform. The base, which has friction control, can swivel 20° in any direction. The center column locks into place via the collar lock and the 7.5" tall tripod can hold cameras weighing up to 22 lb.
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Sirui SUTLFEET Overview

The large SUTLFEET Tabletop Tripod from Sirui is a 1.7 lb aluminum support with a reversible 1/4'-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded camera platform. The base, which has friction control, can swivel 20° in any direction. The center column locks into place via the collar lock and the 7.5" tall tripod can hold cameras weighing up to 22 lb.

Sirui SUTLFEET Specs

Key Specs
Camera Mounting Screw
1/4"-20 Male, 3/8"-16 Male
Load Capacity
22 lb / 10 kg
Maximum Working Height
7.5" / 19.1 cm
Materials
Aluminum Alloy
Weight
1.7 lb / 771 g
Head
Camera Mounting Screw
1/4"-20 Male, 3/8"-16 Male
Vertical Tilt
+20° to 0°
General
Load Capacity
22 lb / 10 kg
Maximum Working Height
7.5" / 19.1 cm
Materials
Aluminum Alloy
Weight
1.7 lb / 771 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
2.31 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
11.15 x 5.2 x 3.8"

Sirui SUTLFEET Reviews

I just ordered another one!

By Lucas
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-04

I originally bought this to replace the wobbly feet on my Benro monopod. It works better than I anticipated. When it's all locked down it's as stable as I hoped, the surprise was it is also stable when angled. The adjustable tension for angling the feet works very well. Everything in this simple design works very well. So I tried the Sutlfeet on my Crane 2 stabilizer for a run and gun setup. It's a game changer because now I can securely set down my rig anywhere anytime and not worry about it. The Sirui Sutlfeet even worked as a solid base for shooting from my kayak.

Easy and small without compromise

By Kevin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-07-18

I just got this the other day and really like it. It takes a bit to figure out how to work it, but once you've got that out of the way, it works a treat. I mounted a ball mount to see how far I could lean my D850 / 70-200 VR II Nikon rig but it's stable in every direction. The 20 degrees was a little to shallow for what I needed but the ball mount solves that. Professional build quality without shortcuts. Very solid feel.

The best ground and or table top tripod on today’s photographic market.

By Walter
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-07

I just ordered my second sutlfeet (large) table top tripod. We have several Nikon camera body’s and this Sirui product is the perfect choice for us. This is the best designed and well made support system for our heavy camera systems. Macro and close up photography when a tripod just won’t get the job done. Solid and very well designed product. Can be used to stabilize a mono-pod as well. I think you will love this as much as we do.Just get one, and you will see for yourself.

Great quality

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-01-10

Love it... perfect for holding my 90D

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Can this be used to replace the tripod feet for ...

Can this be used to replace the tripod feet for the P-324SR Sirui monopod?
Asked by: Michael
The Sirui SUTLFEET Tabletop Tripod would offer a reversible 1/4-20" and 3/8-16" base which can be used along with the Sirui P-324SR Monopod.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-02-28

Can i use these feet on a manfrotto Video ...

Can i use these feet on a manfrotto Video monopod?
Asked by: Brandon
No, it is designed to connect to a head
Answered by: Sirui
Date published: 2019-01-03

Can i use these these feet on a manfrotto Video ...

Can i use these these feet on a manfrotto Video monopod?
Asked by: Brandon
No, it has a 3/8 or 1/4 20 screw to attach directly to a head or camera.
Answered by: Sirui
Date published: 2018-12-30
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