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Kirk Low Pod Camera Support (Black)

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Kirk Low Pod Camera Support (Black)
Key Features
  • For Low-Angle and Macro Photography
  • Compatible with 3/8" Mount Tripod Heads
  • Aluminum Construction
  • Rubber Feet
The black Low Pod Camera Support from Kirk is designed to hold a camera so you can shoot at a low angle or simply do macro photography.
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Kirk PO-2PC Overview

The black Low Pod Camera Support from Kirk is designed to hold a camera so you can shoot at a low angle or simply do macro photography.

The camera support can be picked up and moved with the carrying handle that's built onto the frame. Any 3/8" female threaded tripod head is compatible with the Low Pod Camera Support, and four rubber feet keep the mount from sliding on rocks and other uneven surfaces. The support is constructed of aluminum and is powder-coated for durability.

A platform for supporting a camera low to the ground
For macro photography
Compatible with any tripod head with a 3/8" threaded mount
Constructed of aluminum and features a handle for portability

Kirk PO-2PC Specs

Material of Construction
Aluminum
Compatibility
Compatible with 3/8" threaded tripod heads
Packaging Info
Package Weight
2.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
14 x 10.35 x 3.3"

Kirk PO-2PC Reviews

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Can the Kirk PO-2PC be used with a Wimberley ...

Can the Kirk PO-2PC be used with a Wimberley Gimbal or will the carry handle get in the way when you screw on the gimbal?
Asked by: Paul
I mounted a RRS clamp to the pod and a Benro GH2 Gimbal head with a dove-tail plate on this. The GH2 resembles the Wimberley head, and the panning knob of the Benro head will barely touch the handle on the pod. The handle can be removed, or you can orient the pod so that the lens has 180 degrees of rotation. I can see using this setup for ground-level bird shooting or macro photography.
Answered by: Gary
Date published: 2023-03-02

question

Can i use it with 1dx and 500 mm ll?
Asked by: Elena
Yes, as long as you are connecting the setup to the Kirk Low Pod Camera Support by connecting the tripod head you own to the tripod collar of your lens. The Kirk Low Pod Camera Support has a maximum load capacity of approximately 75 lbs, and would be able to support the weight of your camera/lens setup.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Can the screw be removed so that a leveling base ...

Can the screw be removed so that a leveling base can be screwed into it?
Asked by: Gary
The pod was not designed to allow customizations. I was, with effort, able to modify mine by removing the 3 small hex screws that attach the base to the platform head with the screw. Once removed (I believe the screws were glued), you can remove the center screw from the head plate, and you can then screw down into the pod with alternative support. Don't lose the screw you removed because you may wish to return to the original configuration.
Answered by: Gary
Date published: 2023-03-03

question

weight and how high?
Asked by: Anonymous
1 lb 15 oz
Answered by: J E M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

What are the dimensions of this? Thanks!
Asked by: Eric
Approximately 12.25 long x 9 wide x 2.5 high.
Answered by: J E M.
Date published: 2019-05-19

question

Hi, Could someone please tell me what the dimensions are and if possible are the holes for the feet 1/4-20 thread? Thanks!
Asked by: James
The overall dimensions are 12.25 x 9 . The feet do not screw into the base, but a flush screw goes through the base into the rubber foot. Hope this helps. Jim
Answered by: J E M.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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