Slik Pro 700 DX Tripod with 700DX 3-Way, Pan-and-Tilt Head (Black)

BH #SL700DXQ • MFR #615-316
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Slik Pro 700 DX Tripod with 700DX 3-Way, Pan-and-Tilt Head (Black)
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 19.8 lb
  • Max Height: 75.0", Min Height: 16.1"
  • Folded Length: 29.9"
  • Leg Sections: 3, Weight: 7.1 lb
This black,SLIK Pro 700 DX Tripod with 700 DX 3-Way, Pan-and-Tilt Head supports up to 19.8 lb, measures 29.9" when folded, and includes a quick release plate. Each of its 3-section legs features an independent spread, a 3-position angle lock, and flip locks for fast deployment. The included push-and-pull, rapid center column is multi-sectional, which allows it to be converted to a shortened center column. This feature permits a minimum height of 25.4" or 16.1" when the center column is shortened. The SLIK Pro 700 DX Tripod provides a maximum height of 60.0", 65.8" with its center column shortened as well as fully raised, and 75.0" with the complete column fully raised.
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Slik Pro 700 DX Tripod with 700DX Pan/Tilt He... Overview

This black,SLIK Pro 700 DX Tripod with 700 DX 3-Way, Pan-and-Tilt Head supports up to 19.8 lb, measures 29.9" when folded, and includes a quick release plate. Each of its 3-section legs features an independent spread, a 3-position angle lock, and flip locks for fast deployment. The included push-and-pull, rapid center column is multi-sectional, which allows it to be converted to a shortened center column. This feature permits a minimum height of 25.4" or 16.1" when the center column is shortened. The SLIK Pro 700 DX Tripod provides a maximum height of 60.0", 65.8" with its center column shortened as well as fully raised, and 75.0" with the complete column fully raised.

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.

For added versatility, the center column is reversible, facilitating low-angle photography where an attached camera is positioned among the tripod's legs instead of above them. Foam covers on each of the legs provide a secure and comfortable grip while moving the tripod, and rubber feet help to enhance stability on a wide variety of surfaces.

Use and Handling

  • Supports up to 19.8 lb
  • Push-and-pull center column for rapid camera, lens, or sport optic positioning
  • Center column is multi-sectional, allowing it to be converted to a shortened center column that allows the tripod to be set at a minimum height of 25.4", or 16.1" when the column is shortened
  • Tripod can be set to a maximum height of 60.0", 65.8" when the column is shortened as well as fully raised, and 75.0" with the complete column fully raised
  • Column is reversible, facilitating low-angle photography where an attached camera is positioned among the tripod's legs instead of above them
  • Legs each feature three sections, an independent spread, a 3-position angle lock, and a flip lock for rapid deployment
  • Legs can be locked at 16°, 40°, or 65° angles
  • Foam covers on each of the legs provide a secure and comfortable grip
  • Rubber feet for stability
  • 3-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 7.1 lb, measures 29.9" when folded

Construction Details

  • Aluminum, magnesium, and titanium-alloy legs with cast-aluminum 3-way, pan-and-tilt head
  • Quick release plate with 1/4"-20 mount with anti-slip, cork surface
  • Center column platform for 3-way, pan-and-tilt head with reversible 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 mount
  • Included carry bag features a zippered closure and handle for storage and transport of the tripod with 3-way, pan-and-tilt head
UPC: 049368703116

Slik Pro 700 DX Tripod with 700DX Pan/Tilt He... Specs

Head
Head TypePan & Tilt Head
Base Mount1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16 Threads
Camera Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male
General
Load Capacity19.8 lb / 9 kg
Maximum Working Height75" / 190.5 cm
Max Height without Center Column60" / 152.4 cm
Minimum Working Height16.1" / 40.9 cm
Folded Length29.9" / 75.9 cm
MaterialsAluminum Alloy, Magnesium Alloy, Titanium Alloy
Weight7.1 lb / 3.2 kg
Legs
Leg Lock TypeFlip Lock
Leg Positions3 Positions
Independent Leg SpreadYes
Leg Sections3
Bubble LevelNo
Center Column
Center Column Sections2
Center Column Extension TypeRapid
Lateral / 90-Degree Center ColumnNo
Packaging Info
Package Weight10.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)33.7 x 6.7 x 6.4"
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