Induro DR Hi-Hat Tripod Set (75mm Bowl)

Induro DR Hi-Hat Tripod Set (75mm Bowl)

Induro DR Hi-Hat Tripod Set (75mm Bowl)

B&H # INLFB75S MFR # 472-075

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Product Highlights

  • Aluminum Alloy Hi-Hat Tripod
  • Load Capacity of 165 lb
  • Pivoting Ovoid Feet For Sure Grip
  • 75mm Bowl and a 75mm Half Ball Adapter
  • Two Bubble Levels
  • Height Adjustable From 3.8" to 11.4"
  • Weighs Just 3.2 lb
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Induro LFB75S Overview

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Induro's DR Hi-Hat Tripod Set (75mm Bowl) is an aluminum alloy tripod that can support up to 165 lb. The set includes a short tripod with a 75mm bowl and a 75mm half-ball adapter. Each leg of the tripod has a two-section extension and three variable angle adjustments. Bubble levels are built-in on the tripod spider and on the half-ball adapter's top plate, so you can be level right from the start. Reinforced ovoid feet that pivot give you a secure grip on any terrain (the set can also be screwed, spiked or secured in some other way to the ground or a board). Three evenly spaced points give you secure 3/8" and 1/4" threaded points for mounting accessories.

HD Spider With Bowl
Solid core support for all conventional video heads, plates and adapters
Dust and Moisture Resistant Ergonomic Rubber Grip Twist Locks
Easy positive 1/2-turn all-weather lock
Included Half Ball Adapter
Assures compatibility and leveling capability with virtually any professional flat base tripod head
Non-Rotating Two-Section Alloy Legs
Offer quick, easy and flexible setup
Base Integral Bubble Level
Allows adjustment to prevent uneven pans and tripod head movements when not using bowl mount
Full-Width Leg Locks
Maximum support at any angle
Ovoid Pivoting Feet With Reinforced Mounting Holes
Provide the right contact on any surface or terrain plus the ability to lock down the tripod
Low-Profile Locking Knob
Included with half-ball adapter, standard 3/8" thread for video head mounting (optional M10 thread available)
Adjustable 3-Position Leg Angles
Accommodates uneven surfaces and awkward shooting situations
Three-Point Double Threaded Accessory Mounts
Fits wide range of third-party accessories
Aluminum alloy tripod has a load capacity of 165 lb
Weight is 3.2 lb
In the Box
Induro DR Hi-Hat Tripod Set (75mm Bowl)
  • 75mm Half Ball Adapter (HB75)
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    Induro LFB75S Specs

    General
    Load Capacity 165 lb (74.84 kg)
    Head Attachment Fitting 75 mm bowl
    Maximum Height 11.4" (28.95 cm)
    Maximum Height w/o Column Extended N/A
    Minimum Height 3.8" (9.65 cm)
    Folded Length 10.2" (25.9 cm)
    Weight 3.2 lb (1.5 kg)
    Legs
    Material Aluminum alloy
    Leg Stages/Sections 2 sections
    Leg Lock Type Twist lock
    Independent Leg Spread Yes, three positions
    Bubble Level Yes
    Spiked/Retractable Feet Optional spikes available
    Center Brace No
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.92 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.8 x 6.1 x 5.6"

    Induro LFB75S Reviews

    DR Hi-Hat Tripod Set (75mm Bowl) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 13.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Little tank Wow, what a solid little guy. Legs are a little stiff, but we'll see once I get it broken in. Bought to sit my slider on top of. Came highly recommended. One thing to note, the legs only extend a few extra inches, so when I mount my camera on my slider, with any accessories and slide out to the extreme edges, I've had this little guy tip over. I guess that is why they put the screw holes in the feet so you can anchor. Otherwise, this is a cool little accessory to keep the slider close to the ground for those low shots. Purchased specifically for the Edelkrone SliderPlus Pro.
    Date published: 2015-01-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from More than just a little tripod I use the DR Hi-Hat Tripod Set (75mm Bowl) by Induro for macro work and for low to the ground work and Edelkrone Slider mounted to the top. I consider this investment to be one of my best for support tools. I also use the Induro Carbon 8X CT414 Tripod, Induro CM34 Carbon 8X CM-Series 4-Section Monopod and the Induro BHL3 Ball Head. I am a believer in Induro equipment would recommend any of their products.
    Date published: 2013-04-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is one great Hi-Hat Tripod This pod is very well built and perfect for low to the ground or tabletop work. I use this pod with my Gimbal Head & my Nikon D800 with 200mm macro lens and other lenses for low to the ground landscape and or close up work in the field or for controlled studio work. It is one very good Hi-Hat, best I have seen!
    Date published: 2013-03-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Induro 75mm Hi-Hat Does what it's supposed to do better than a traditional hi-hat does! Works great for getting low shots without having to use my Gitzo Ocean and Systematic tripods with legs completely spread apart. I also use my Manfrotto HD502 with the Induro and it's a great fit. For those of you the own a n Edelkrone Slider... this is a must have now we can use all 2' of travel and still get pretty darn close to the ground :)
    Date published: 2013-05-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid little guy! I finally bought this hi-hat to use as a mini tripod for various low angle cams especially when hiking or needing low, but solid camera support when doing time lapse work. I also plan to use it for one end of my Cineslider when doing more complicated setups that require more stability than the All Terrain legs I got for that slider, as they wobble a bit. So far I'm very happy with the build of this tripod. VERY solid. Awesome. I took off a star due to the weight. It's about twice as heavy as I thought it would be. I know that solidity comes at a price, but I was surprised. Also, the great leg adjustment ability is awesome, however, the legs do not lock in two directions...that is, you can still tilt them down, which only once, when rigging it up between two boulders, I found to be a problem. All in all, I'd buy this again, and except for the weight, I'd recommend it for any person who does not want to sacrifice stability for size.
    Date published: 2014-05-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid as a rock This tripod is SOLID. Could hold a heavy rig. It also gets very low to the ground and the bowl is easy to adjust. Has a good weight to keep it steady, and includes holes for mounting the feet to a board for even greater stability. It's certainly a niche product, but if you need low angle shots, it can't be beat.
    Date published: 2013-01-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Engineered for versatility I've worked with cast aluminum hi hats in the past and found them stable but limited. The Induro Hi-Hat has the features of being stable and versatile. I was very pleased with the construction quality right our of the box. In use, it lives up to all my expectations. You won't go wrong with this gear.
    Date published: 2014-08-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Built like a tank! I will be using this tripod for low level landscapes and macros shots. This tripod is very well built and super sturdy, it will probably outlast me!
    Date published: 2013-03-04
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    I have the GIHH100CP and the 100mm adapter ...

    I have the GIHH100CP and the 100mm adapter (MVB45S) for my Hi-Hat and would like to use 75mm ball in it. Does Induro make an adapter for the GIHH100CP to take the 100mm to 75mm?
    Asked by: William
    While we are not aware of an adapter from Induro, you could look at B&H # EIA17 which allows any 100mm tripod or hi-hat bowl to accept a 75mm ball head. https://bhpho.to/2Ws2BFy
    Answered by: Joseph
    Date published: 2019-01-29

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    Would the Induro DR Hi-Hat Tripod be a good choice for shooting low macro photography?
    Asked by: Nicolaas
    Absolutely. It is a solid little tripod that isn't going to be blown about in the wind and the wide foot pads keep it stead even on soft ground.
    Answered by: George K.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    What is the best fit padded tripod bag that the 75mm Hi-Hat INLFB75S and INBHD2 Ball Head will fit in? Hi-Hat folded diameter seems to be the critical measurement. Has anyone tried putting it in the FLFB1448 bag?
    Asked by: George E. M.
    Hi George E.Sorry, I have never tried a bag. Whenever we travel with this great little tripod, it goes in with our clothing, rolled in a pair of jeans. Its that compact.
    Answered by: Russ v.
    Date published: 2018-08-28
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