Fotopro X-GO Max with FPH-62Q Ball Head (Black)

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Fotopro X-GO Max with FPH-62Q Ball Head (Black)
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 25 lb
  • Maximum Height: 67.6"
  • Minimum Height: 18.4
  • Leg Sections: 4
The black Fotopro X-GO Max is a 4-section carbon fiber support that has a twist lock leg system that allows, along with the rapid center column, for a maximum height of 67.6". Splaying the legs completely out enables the tripod to go as low as 18.4", and the variable leg angles allow the tripod to conform to uneven terrain. This tripod includes the Arca-type FPH-62Q ball head, which can hold cameras that weigh up to 26 lb with its quick release plate. The head has two separate knobs, one that controls the movement of the ball, which can be positioned at a 90° angle, and a second knob controls the 360° pan. A bubble level is included to help you to have a leveled horizon. One of the tripod's legs is removable, so it can convert into a working monopod. This enables you to have a camera support when a tripod cannot enter certain areas. Additionally, the legs fold in the reverse making it compact for storage or to transport.
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Fotopro X-GO Max with FPH-62Q Ball Head Overview

The black Fotopro X-GO Max is a 4-section carbon fiber support that has a twist lock leg system that allows, along with the rapid center column, for a maximum height of 67.6". Splaying the legs completely out enables the tripod to go as low as 18.4", and the variable leg angles allow the tripod to conform to uneven terrain. This tripod includes the Arca-type FPH-62Q ball head, which can hold cameras that weigh up to 26 lb with its quick release plate. The head has two separate knobs, one that controls the movement of the ball, which can be positioned at a 90° angle, and a second knob controls the 360° pan. A bubble level is included to help you to have a leveled horizon. One of the tripod's legs is removable, so it can convert into a working monopod. This enables you to have a camera support when a tripod cannot enter certain areas. Additionally, the legs fold in the reverse making it compact for storage or to transport.

Fotopro X-GO Max with FPH-62Q Ball Head Specs

Head
Head TypeBall Head
Base Mount3/8"-16 Female
Camera Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male
Quick Release Plate TypeArca-Type
Number of Bubble Levels2
Friction ControlNo
Independent Pan LockYes
Pan & Tilt Range
Vertical Tilt0° to +90°
Panning Range360°
General
Load Capacity25 lb / 11.34 kg
Maximum Working Height67.6" / 171.8 cm
Minimum Working Height18.4" / 46.7 cm
Folded Length18.7" / 47.50 cm
MaterialsCarbon Fiber
Weight4 lb / 1.81 kg
Legs
Leg Lock TypeTwist Lock
Leg Positions2 Positions
Independent Leg SpreadYes
Leg Sections4
Feet FeaturesRubber
Detachable Monopod
Leg Sections4
Monopod Foot FeaturesRubber
Center Column
Center Column FeaturesRemovable, Reversible
Center Column Extension TypeRapid
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.135 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)20.75 x 4.9 x 4.75"
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