FEISOL Elite Tripod CT-3372 M2 Rapid

FEISOL Elite Tripod CT-3372 M2 Rapid

FEISOL Elite Tripod CT-3372 M2 Rapid

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Product Highlights

  • Load Capacity: 66 lb
  • Maximum Height: 58.9"
  • Minimum Height: 4.1"
  • Folded Length: 24.8"
  • Leg Sections: 3
  • Weight: 3.9 lb
  • Reverse-Folding Carbon Fiber Legs
  • Twist Locking, Rapid System Legs
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The Elite Tripod CT-3372 M2 Rapid from Feisol is constructed using CNC milled 6061-T6 aluminum and high-grade carbon fiber legs that make the tripod a lightweight 3.9 lb. By unlocking the twist locks, the 3-section tripod can reach a maximum height of 58.9", and with the 3 variable leg angles of 25, 50, and 75°, the support can go as low as 4.1". Feisol's Rapid anti-leg-rotation technology does not allow the legs to twist when fully extended. Because of the 66 lb weight capacity, the tripod supports mirrorless to large format cameras for professional applications. Additionally, the legs fold 180° in the reverse, which makes it a compact 24.8", and the built-in bubble level ensures that your horizon is aligned every time.

The tripod has a load capacity of 66 lb, a maximum height of 58.9", and a minimum height of 4.1"
The 3-section tripod has reversible folding legs, which folds to a length of 24.8"
Integrated bubble level at the yoke of the tripod
CNC milled 6061-T6 aluminum with carbon fiber legs make it lightweight and weighing 3.9 lb
Twist locks with Rapid anti-leg-rotation technology
Variable leg angles of 25, 50, and 75°
UPC: 851308003053
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FEISOL Elite Tripod CT-3372 M2 Rapid
  • Tripod Bag
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    FEISOL CT-3372M2 specs

    General
    Load Capacity 66 lb / 29.94 kg
    Maximum Working Height 58.9" / 149.6 cm
    Minimum Working Height 4.1" / 10.4 cm
    Folded Length 24.8" / 63 cm
    Head Mount Type 3/8"-16 Screw
    Weight 3.9 lb / 1.77 kg
    Materials Carbon Fiber
    Bubble Level Yes
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    Leg Lock Type Twist Lock
    Leg Positions 3 Positions
    Independent Leg Spread Yes
    Leg Sections 3
    Leg Diameter 1.5" / 38.10 mm
    Tripod Feet Features Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Center Column
    Lateral / 90-Degree Center Column No
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 6.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 30.5 x 6.25 x 6.25"

    FEISOL CT-3372M2 reviews

    Elite Tripod CT-3372 M2 Rapid is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 17.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bang for the buck My previous tripod was compact (read too small and wobbly) and this is an invaluable improvements. My images instantly became visibly sharper! I was considering Gitzo's and RRS and other usual suspects, but after careful review this came out with the best value, and after using it for some time I don't have any doubts it was the best choice for me. Despite its appreciable size, it is unfolded very quickly and can be adjusted to barely any height. Carrying around is not an issue, since the legs can be flipped over the ballhead and it is relatively lightweight compared to similar-sized competitors. This, however, does not affect its stability and sturdiness in any noticeable way. Although carbon fiber does not feel too cold, the padded upper sections are great for carrying the tripod in the cold; my hands are very thankful for this. I am using it in conjunction with a Uniqball UBH-35 ballhead (and panoclamp) which represents the best combination for my needs.
    Date published: 2015-08-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good replacement for my old tripod After years of use, I finally wore out my old tripod, the legendary Gitzo 1325. I chose the Feisol CT-3372 because it is dimensionally similar to my old Gitzo and about a pound lighter. My old Gitzo 1325 really is the only other tripod I'm familiar with and so I compare the Feisol to it. The 1325 is the perfect height for me. Even though the specs listed the Feisol as exactly the same height as the Gitzo, it's actually slightly too tall. I have to lower it just a little bit from the fully extended height for comfortable use. I measured it; it's exactly the specified height - the Gitzo is shorter. The leg section locks are far superior to the old Gitzo design. The leg angle adjustment locks also are better. I assume that the design of these things is also improved on the newer Gitzos.It was my using it around saltwater that finally led to the downfall of my old Gitzo. Feisol claims that their tripod is okay for use in a saltwater environment. THIS IS A MAJOR PLUS! So far, so good.The leg diameters are slightly larger than the 1325 and the upper segments have padding, a nice feature, but I never really missed not having padding on the Gitzo.On the downside, the Feisol has no built-in bubble level. I really miss this. Not having it makes it difficult to level the tripod so that the camera stays level when panning. I may have to invest in the Feisol leveling head. It will make the tripod a little taller, but since I have to set it at not-quite-fully-extended anyway, that shouldn't be a big issue. With the added cost of a leveling head, this tripod would still be less than the replacement Gitzos I was considering.Another problem: The feet are little rubber-like cups. They come off. I've been using this tripod for about two and a half months. Early on I noticed a little round black thing lying on the ground. Then I discovered that its was the tip of one of the tripod legs. It happened again yesterday. This time I saw it fall off. I guess a little waterproof glue or sticky-back tape might solve the problem. If I don't do some makeshift fix, I'm sure to lose one eventually.I finally got the old Gitzo working properly. A leg had jammed due to corrosion (from seawater, I'm sure). Even though it's working again, I won't go back to it. I'll stay with the Feisol. It's better.
    Date published: 2014-09-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Keeper! This solid three section is perfect for my use. It is faster to set up and take down than the four section, for obvious reasons,and the additional roughly four inches of collapsed length is of no significance to me. The speed factor is nice when moving and setting up quickly for those spur of the moment wildlife shots. The stability is obvious and much better for the long lenses and I like the foam covered legs. The only improvement I recommend is the LB-7572 leveling base with the built in level, I do not like extending a center column,particularly with long lenses,so this is my primary set-up.
    Date published: 2016-06-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Top-notch performance at very fair price I use this tripod with a Wimberly WH-200 supporting a Canon FD and EF 800L with a gripped 5D III , so there is certainly some weight on it (16 lbs). The tripod is disarmingly lightweight and feels like it is made to do battle with. It is very strong, simple to operate, and shows excellent workmanship. It shows a very high level of stability even with my gear loaded onto it with legs fully retracted or extended. There is little vibration from disturbances from external sources, but like any tripod it is not immune to vibration. At 800mm, practically any shake will show up, but even considering this, the tripod doesn't get in the way of photographing anything. I noticed no bowing of the legs with all my gear on top regardless of orientation. The leg locks can go from very firm to loose with a simple twist. They have yet to give any indication that they'll slip and let a leg collapse without warning. Similarly, the angle locks are rock solid and have no give. Also, you can reverse the legs (fold them completely up) to help reduce its size for travel/packing. This will work with a ballhead or another head that is compact compared to a gimbal. It will save a few inches, which is rather quite handy. In terms of longevity, I cannot yet comment. So far, I would say this tripod will remain a top performer for a long time; however, I do not have the historical data to support that conclusion. Let's just say I would be incredibly surprised if this tripod did fail for any reason other than outright abuse to it. I'm attempting to come up with a complaint, but I am not able to cite it for anything that is actually a fault of the tripod. Bottom line: This tripod performs like a Ferrari but is priced like a Ford.
    Date published: 2013-05-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Tripod for Less Money This tripod makes a very good first impression as soon as one opens the tripod bag! The legs are large and the overall appearance is one of a solidly built, heavy-duty tripod, as the overview tab on the B&H site states. It also has a very nice finished look. The padded sections on the upper legs are lightweight, but probably all that one needs for a tripod weighing a mere 3.79 lbs.I really like the design of the large tightening/release knobs on each leg section because they provide a large surface area with an excellent grip. The lever that releases the legs so they can be positioned at preset or other angles also seems cleverly designed and works well. The large base plate provides a solid, large surface for a ball head and the hook below is a nice addition to hang a weight for added mass. I have no doubt this tripod will easily support the 26.46 lb load capacity and probably a lot more.As most of us do, I looked long and hard at more expensive tripods, and there are excellent products available. In the end I could not find a good reason to pay the extra cost. Obviously, the durability over years of use is one of the biggest unknowns, but from the well built and solid nature of this tripod I expect that it will hold up very well under normal use. So far I have been very pleased and do not regret the decision to buy a CT-3372. In fact, I'm pleasantly surprised with such a nice tripod for the money. If it would only extend to about 6'6 I would give it 5 stars without hesitation.
    Date published: 2012-11-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rubber feet come off If you are a pro and load the tripod in and out a lot you will lose the rubber feet. Then you have to email Feisol and pay $4 a foot. I have been a pro for over 20 years and have never needed spike feet so I super glued the feet on. Very nice tripod
    Date published: 2016-04-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tripod Bought to replace aluminum tripod, so this is much lighter. Tripod is very stable with thick legs. Comes with good quality, heavy-duty bag. Using gimbal head and Canon 500mm F4 IS mkI with no issues at all; handles the load very well.
    Date published: 2014-01-20
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from I should have gotten the American-made brand in the first... Ok, I will admit this is not a super bad tripod but... First let me say that I bought this tripod over a year ago so I know what I am talking about. I took it to Ecuador where the first rubber boot got lost, then in Costa Rica the second one came off without even noticing until I put it back in my suitcase. I have cleaned the legs unmounted from the tripod and the system inside just come off every time so I have to use super glue to put it back. In short, I would not recommend this tripod unless you want to spend your hard-earned money.
    Date published: 2016-11-15
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