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Leofoto LS-324C Ranger Series Tripod and LH-40 ball Head Kit

BH #LES324CLH40K • MFR #LS-324C-LH-40 KIT
Leofoto LS-324C Ranger Series Tripod and LH-40 ball Head Kit
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 33.1 lb
  • Maximum Height: 67.1"
  • Minimum Height: 6.7"
  • Folded Length: 22.4"
The 4.2 lb LS-324C Ranger Series Tripod and LH-40 ball Head Kit from Leofoto is an all-purpose four-section support with twist leg locks that open, so you can extend the legs along with the rapid center column to a maximum height of 67.1". The tripod's minimum height is 6.7", which is ideal for macro or close-up photography, and the folded length is 22.4". The Arca-type compatible LH-40 ball head has a load capacity of 33.1 lb and includes a quick release plate.
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Leofoto LS-324C Ranger Series Tripod with LH-... Overview

The 4.2 lb LS-324C Ranger Series Tripod and LH-40 ball Head Kit from Leofoto is an all-purpose four-section support with twist leg locks that open, so you can extend the legs along with the rapid center column to a maximum height of 67.1". The tripod's minimum height is 6.7", which is ideal for macro or close-up photography, and the folded length is 22.4". The Arca-type compatible LH-40 ball head has a load capacity of 33.1 lb and includes a quick release plate.

Leofoto LS-324C Ranger Series Tripod with LH-... Specs

Head
Head TypeBall Head
Base Mount3/8"-16 Female
Quick Release Plate TypeArca-Type
Number of Bubble Levels1
Friction ControlYes
Independent Pan LockYes
Ball Sphere Diameter1.57" / 40 mm
Pan & Tilt Range
Vertical Tilt+90° to 0°
Panning Range360°
General
Load Capacity33.1 lb / 15.01 kg
Maximum Working Height67.1" / 170.4 cm
Max Height without Center Column54.7" / 138.94 cm
Minimum Working Height6.7" / 17 cm
Closed Length22.4" / 56.9 cm
MaterialsCarbon Fiber
Weight4.2 lb / 1.91 kg
Legs
Leg Lock TypeTwist Lock
Leg Sections4
Feet FeaturesRubber, Removable, Spiked
Center Column
Center Column FeaturesRemovable
Center Column Sections1
Center Column Extension TypeRapid
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)24 x 5.8 x 5.1"

Leofoto LS-324C Ranger Series Tripod with LH-... Reviews

nice tripod

By Gary
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-02

nice tripod

Can't beat the quality at this price point

By Jeff
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-17

Solid tripod with comparable features as much more expensive tripods. Leg locks and leg adjustments are smooth, ballhead is very stable. If you're looking for a great tripod, look no further!

Incredible stiffness for the money

By Jake
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-03

Like others, I got this based on what I saw on thecentercolumn.com. Testing showed this tripod rivaling tripods in the $1000+ range that don't even come with a head. I agree with the other reviewer who said this is 75% of a RRS tripod at 1/4 of the cost. I especially like how it doesn't have a retractable center column. This allows it to fold up compact enough to fit in the water bottle pockets in my backpack. I mainly shoot astro where stiffness and stability are paramount so center columns only make things worse anyway. There is nothing negative I have to say about this tripod.

A Tremendous Value

By Jun
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-02

This tripod kit is amazing! It is light, compact, sturdy, and well made. Its built and finish are top-notch and it got many great reviews. Please visit thecentercolumn.com for its stiffness and damping data rankings. At $399, you basically get 75% of a RRS kit with 1/4 of its price, but still compare favorably to other brands. Buy this tripod, and you won't be disappointed. The Leofoto LH-40 ball head is smooth, solid, and easy to use, and appears to be a knock off of RRS BH-40. It may not work as well as the original version but it is close. I also have a Gitzo tripod but I am really impressed by this kit.

Great except for center column

By Robert
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-02

Build quality very good. Ball head well made and smooth movement. The center column is the weird part. It does not slide down between the legs like most tripods. You have to mount it on top of the base platform and then mount the ball head on top of that. The base plate is fixed, so unit was not designed to fit a center column in the normal way. This was not critical for me since it's high enough for most everything I do, but if I had known of this issue, I may have went with the Benro instead.

This is it

By Charlie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-14

I always wanted a tripod like this but didn't want to spend the money. This is a must have tripod, great strength, beautiful carbon fiber and sturdiness plus. When you remove this thing from the shipping box and open the great looking carrying bag you will be glad you made this purchase.

Quality and stable...

By Joey
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-28

Great quality and very stable for a light tripod. The carbon fiber finish is really nice. For the value of this tripod, I am really enjoying this product.

Solid!

By Joel
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-22

This is a very sturdy and solid tripod combo. Well made. Excellent construction. Stable enough for a full-frame and 70-200 w/ 2x extender.

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Does the head remove /reattach easily for travel ...

Does the head remove /reattach easily for travel ?
Asked by: Barbara
If you do not use the screw locking mechanism on the tripod base mount you will only need to lock the ball head panning axis and rotate the head until is detach from the legs.
Answered by: llinelva
Date published: 2021-06-03

Does this tripod have multiple angles the legs ...

Does this tripod have multiple angles the legs can be set to or are they just open or closed?
Asked by: LARRY
The legs on the Leofoto LS-324C Ranger Series Tripod and LH-40 ball Head Kit, B&H # LES324CLH40K, have three angle settings that can be chosen by pulling out the full contact semi-automatic angle stop to one of three angle positions; 25°, 55°, or 85°. According to Leofoto's website, you would pull out the angle stop, raise the leg to your desired angle, press the stop and it will ratchet into place and lock automatically. You may also pull out the stop, raise the leg to the maximum angle, and the stop will automatically engage into place. Pulling the legs back down will ratchet the stop into place at each angle. You may stop when the stop ratchets at your desired angle.
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Date published: 2021-02-27

Can tripod use a manfroto fluid head ah500?

Can tripod use a manfroto fluid head ah500?
Asked by: Tom
Easy answer...Yes!
Answered by: TIMOTHY
Date published: 2020-07-03

Are the sockets on the leg base 3/8"-16?

Are the sockets on the leg base 3/8"-16?
Asked by: Stephen
The sockets on the legs are 3/8-16"
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-06-01

Does this tripod come include the center column?

Does this tripod come include the center column?
Asked by: Jagdish
Yes, this tripod does come with a center column. In the overview and "whats in the box" states it includes the center column.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-05-16

Does the weight of 4.2 include the head or just ...

Does the weight of 4.2 include the head or just the Tripod legs?
Asked by: Barbara
The weight includes the head and lens.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-04-12

Does the minimal height of 6.7 inches include the ...

Does the minimal height of 6.7 inches include the ball head?
Asked by: Barbara
Yes the ball head is included on the minimum height of 6.7'' if the tripod legs are fully spread. If you remove the ball head the minimum height will be 3.0'' but the screw on the tripod base mount is 3/8-16.
Answered by: llinelva
Date published: 2021-09-08

Does the 54.7" max. height without the column ...

Does the 54.7" max. height without the column refer to when the tripod legs are extended and opened out in the first angle position (i.e. not straight out)?
Asked by: G.
The maximum height of all tripods is measured when the tripod legs are in the first angle position or in the tallest usable working position available by the tripod. This would be when the legs of the Leofoto LS-324C Ranger Series Tripod are set at the 23° angle position.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2020-12-22
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