Sunpak 8001UT Tripod with 3-Way Pan/Tilt Head

BH #SU8001UT • MFR #620-080
Sunpak
Sunpak 8001UT Tripod with 3-Way Pan/Tilt Head
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 10.0 lb
  • Maximum Height: 60.0"
  • Minimum Height: 24.3", Folded: 22.5"
  • Weight: 2.8 lb
This Sunpak 8001UT Tripod supports up to 10.0 lb, measures 22.5" when folded, and includes a three-way, pan-and-tilt head. Its 3-section legs each feature flip locks for fast deployment, and can be positioned for a minimum height of 24.3" to a maximum height of 47.4", or 60.0" with its column fully raised. The column utilizes a geared movement for precise height adjustments and an integrated center brace allows the legs to be spread simultaneously as well as uniformly. The center brace helps to hold the legs in place, which include rubber feet with twist-out, metal spikes to further enhance stability on a wide variety of surfaces, including soft and uneven soil.
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Sunpak 8001UT Tripod Overview

This Sunpak 8001UT Tripod supports up to 10.0 lb, measures 22.5" when folded, and includes a three-way, pan-and-tilt head. Its 3-section legs each feature flip locks for fast deployment, and can be positioned for a minimum height of 24.3" to a maximum height of 47.4", or 60.0" with its column fully raised. The column utilizes a geared movement for precise height adjustments and an integrated center brace allows the legs to be spread simultaneously as well as uniformly. The center brace helps to hold the legs in place, which include rubber feet with twist-out, metal spikes to further enhance stability on a wide variety of surfaces, including soft and uneven soil.

Cameras, sport optics, or camcorders that are compatible with a 1/4"-20 mount can be connected to the quick release plate, which is secured to the tripod's pan-and-tilt head using a quick release cam lock. The head can be rotated 360°, and tilted 90° backwards or forwards, as well as sideways for portrait orientation. Each of these three movements function independently of each other and can be locked into place.

Use and Handling

  • Supports up to 10.0 lb
  • Geared center column with rotating handle for precise positioning
  • Can be set for a minimum height of 24.3" to a maximum height of 47.4", or 60.0" with column fully raised
  • Legs each feature 3 sections, flip locks for fast deployment
  • Center brace allows legs to be spread simultaneously as well as uniformly and provides additional support
  • Rubber feet with twist-out, metal spikes to further enhance stability on a wide variety of surfaces, including soft and uneven soil
  • Built-in tripod bubble level
  • Three-way, pan-and-tilt head can be rotated 360°, and tilted 90° backwards or forwards, as well as sideways for portrait orientation
  • Rotation, backwards and forwards tilt, as well as portrait orientation tilt each function independently of each other and can be locked into place
  • Weighs 2.8 lb, measures 22.5" when folded

Construction Details

  • Aluminum-alloy legs and three-way, pan-and-tilt head
  • Quick release plate with 1/4"-20 mount, anti-twist index pin, and rubberized, anti-slip surface
UPC: 090729600803

Sunpak 8001UT Tripod Specs

Head
Head TypePan & Tilt Head
Camera Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male
General
Load Capacity10 lb / 4.5 kg
Maximum Working Height60" / 152.4 cm
Max Height without Center Column47.4" / 120.4 cm
Minimum Working Height24.3" / 61.7 cm
Folded Length22.5" / 57.2 cm
MaterialsAluminum Alloy
Weight2.8 lb / 1.2 kg
Legs
Leg Lock TypeFlip Lock
Independent Leg SpreadNo
Leg Sections3
Bubble LevelYes
Feet FeaturesRetractable, Spiked
Center Column
Center Column FeaturesCenter Brace
Center Column Sections1
Center Column Extension TypeGeared
Lateral / 90-Degree Center ColumnNo
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)25 x 5 x 5"
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