Fotopro T-63C Carbon Fiber Tripod

BH #FOT63C • MFR #T-63C
Fotopro T-63C Carbon Fiber Tripod
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 44 lb
  • Maximum Height: 66.5"
  • Minimum Height: 6.3"
  • Folded Length: 24.8"
The T-63C Carbon Fiber Tripod from Fotopro is a 3-section support with twist leg locks that you can disengage to extend or collapse the legs. Extending the legs along with the rapid center column, it can reach a maximum height of 66.5". From a folded length of 24.8", you can splay the legs out to have the tripod drop to a minimum height of 6.3"; with its variable leg angles, the tripod can accommodate uneven terrain. The 3.3 lb tripod supports camera equipment weighing up to 44 lb, and it includes a carrying case.
Special Order
Expected availability: 2-4 weeks
$449.00
Maximum Height/Load Capacity
60.7" / 55 lb66.1" / 55 lb66.5" / 44 lb
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Fotopro T-63 Overview

The T-63C Carbon Fiber Tripod from Fotopro is a 3-section support with twist leg locks that you can disengage to extend or collapse the legs. Extending the legs along with the rapid center column, it can reach a maximum height of 66.5". From a folded length of 24.8", you can splay the legs out to have the tripod drop to a minimum height of 6.3"; with its variable leg angles, the tripod can accommodate uneven terrain. The 3.3 lb tripod supports camera equipment weighing up to 44 lb, and it includes a carrying case.

Fotopro T-63 Specs

General
Load Capacity44.09 lb / 20 kg
Maximum Working Height66.5" / 168.9 cm
Minimum Working Height6.3" / 16 cm
Folded Length24.8" / 62.99 cm
Head Mount Type3/8"-16 Male
Weight3.31 lb / 1.5 kg
MaterialsCarbon Fiber
Bubble LevelYes
Legs
Leg Lock TypeTwist Lock
Independent Leg SpreadYes
Leg Sections3
Leg Diameter1.10" / 28 mm (Maximum)
Feet FeaturesRubber, Spiked
Center Column
Center Column FeaturesReversible
Center Column ShapeRound
Center Column Sections1
Center Column Extension TypeRapid
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