Berlebach ash wood tripods are low-vibration products. Ash wood is capable of compensating for the shudders and vibrations that constantly occur in the working environment. It will ensure that you get exceptional results with your camera or your sensitive optical or measuring equipment.
Wood is electrically non-conductive, thus preventing the damaging effects of electromagnetic fields and electrostatic charging. Thanks to their favorable weight. Berlebach ash wood tripods deliver optimum stability under load. Berlebach ash wood tripods are robust and ideal for tough day to day use.
Berlebach ash wood tripods can be used in climatic extremes. They have served, for instance, on expeditions to the north and south pole, in the desert and the rain forest. Unlike metal tripods, wooden tripods warm up very slowly in direct sunlight. In extremely cold conditions, you can touch a wooden tripod without having to wear gloves.
Berlebach has been using ash wood a renewable raw material for almost 100 years. The processed wood, know as sport ash, comes from the best controlled forests in Europe. It is especially hard-wearing and elastic, as well as resistant to the forces of nature.
Having been dried, the wood is stored, prior to processing, for two years to eliminate any tension within the wood as a result of growth. Several layers of protecting varnish guarantee long-term care of the wood's surface. Berlebach ash wood tripods have earned several awards for outstanding design achievement. Berlebach ash wood tripods guarantee best value for money.
The 3032 is an excellent choice for large format shooters. Forgoes a center column to save extra amounts of weight, & instead incorporates a levelling ball with a built-in spirit level. It provides you with 30° of quick correction in every direction.
This is likely all you'll ever need for a large format camera, with it's independent leg spread . A spring-loaded 1/4"-20 threaded camera screw naturally pushes up at all times, which is so fast and intuitive to use that tops most quick release mechanisms in time, actually quicker than the very popular vise-like Arca-type quick release mechanism.
By Placing your camera on the support platform, turning it around until you feel the spring-loaded tripod screw push into the camera's tripod socket, then turning the screw clockwise from underneath the ball you are all set up.
The settings allow you to move the camera, but the camera will not move on its own, even when the levelling ball has not been tightened further, due to the progressive tension of the ball.