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Gitzo GT3320BS 2-Section Aluminum Tripod Legs

BH #GIGT3320BS • MFR #GT3320BS
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Gitzo GT3320BS 2-Section Aluminum Tripod Legs
Key Features
  • Series 3 Systematic
  • Supports 39.6 lbs (18kg)
  • Low Height (3-13.8"/7.5-35cm) Specialist
  • Without Column
The Gitzo GT3320BS Series 3 Aluminum Tripod, part of their interchangeable-crown "Systematic" series, is their low-operating-height specialist.  It was an unofficial Gitzo offering for years, now finally distributed properly to the masses.  With 32mm maximum diameter tubing, it provides rock-solid ground-level support to any SLR camera with nearly any lens smaller than a 400mm f/2.8.  Fit and finish are what you should expect from the industry's top brand; the exacting nature of the movements is a delight.

The GT3320BS is delivered without a column and just a flat top plate since a column would raise its minimum operating height.  But as a Systematic Gitzo, it does accept rapid or geared center columns, 75/100mm video bowl bases, their leveling base, or their new Systematic heads.  Buying a Gitzo Systematic is buying assured ability to customize for the day's particular needs.

The GT3320BS utilizes improved 1.2mm thick aluminum tubing that provides high maximum load capacity & outstanding torsional rigidity while still reducing the weight by 30% over previous Gitzo aluminum models.

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Gitzo GT3320BS Overview

The Gitzo GT3320BS Series 3 Aluminum Tripod, part of their interchangeable-crown "Systematic" series, is their low-operating-height specialist.  It was an unofficial Gitzo offering for years, now finally distributed properly to the masses.  With 32mm maximum diameter tubing, it provides rock-solid ground-level support to any SLR camera with nearly any lens smaller than a 400mm f/2.8.  Fit and finish are what you should expect from the industry's top brand; the exacting nature of the movements is a delight.

The GT3320BS is delivered without a column and just a flat top plate since a column would raise its minimum operating height.  But as a Systematic Gitzo, it does accept rapid or geared center columns, 75/100mm video bowl bases, their leveling base, or their new Systematic heads.  Buying a Gitzo Systematic is buying assured ability to customize for the day's particular needs.

The GT3320BS utilizes improved 1.2mm thick aluminum tubing that provides high maximum load capacity & outstanding torsional rigidity while still reducing the weight by 30% over previous Gitzo aluminum models.

Gitzo's low height specialist, with a minimum operating height of just 3" (7.5cm) and a maximum height of 13.8" (35cm)
Part of the Gitzo Systematic collection, and delivered with just a flat top plate instead of a column (which would raise the minimum operating height)
Maximum upper leg segment diameter of 32mm; appropriate for large SLRs and large telephoto lenses
Improved 1.2mm thick aluminum tubing's 30% lighter than before, with equal rigidity
Gitzo's "ALR" Anti Leg Rotation design prohibits segments from rotating; they can only move directly up or down
Gitzo's "G-Lock" is the industry's strongest locking mechanism
Gitzo "Power Disc" top plate with anti-twist safety screws to affix head/lens collar to disc and disc to monopod stem
Rounded hard rubber leg tips can be exchanged for optional GS5030 self-locking feet, G1220.129B3/G1220.129LB3 ground spikes, G1220.130B3 large rubber feet, G1220.130B3 all-terrain feet, or G1586B3 non-marring feet
Made in Italy

Gitzo GT3320BS Specs

General
Load Capacity39.6 lbs (18.0kg)
Head Attachment Fitting3/8"-16
Maximum Height13.8" (35.0cm)
Maximum Height w/o Column ExtendedNot applicable
Minimum Height3.0" (7.5cm)
Folded Length11.0" (28.0cm)
Weight3.0 lbs (1.350kg)
Legs
MaterialAluminum
Leg Stages/Sections1/2
Leg Lock TypeTwist locks
Independent Leg SpreadYes
Spiked/Retractable FeetNo
Center BraceNo
Center Column
Center Column TypeNone
Center Column SectionsNot applicable
Packaging Info
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)16.1 x 7.2 x 6.4"

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