Sirui W-1204 Waterproof Carbon Fiber Tripod

 

  • Load Capacity: 15kg
  • Leg Sections: 4
  • Weight: 1.4kg
  • Reverse-Folding Legs
  • One Leg Converts to a Monopod
  • Split Center Column
  • Stainless Steel Spikes and Rubber Feet

 

Sirui W-1204 Waterproof Carbon Fibre Tripod

$499.00Price
  • The Sirui W-1204 Waterproof Carbon Fibre Tripod with K-20x Ball Head is protected from water, dirt and dust. In addition, it has a newly designed locking mechanism for comfortable operation and a spirit level for accurate alignment. The tripod tubes are manufactured from 10-layer carbon fibre (reduced weight, increased stability, vibration-free).  Another special feature of this tripod is that one leg can be removed and used as a monopod. The centre column is made of two sections of different lengths. The short section can be used with the tripod for ground-level shots. The long section can be used to increase the height of the monopod to 162cm.  The legs have three ratchet positions and can be folded up by 180° so that the tripod measures just 49cm when collapsed. Each leg is made of 4 sections with 3 sealed twist locks. Rubber feet and metal spikes ensure that the tripod is stable on any surface.

     

    A stabilising hook on the centre column is a SIRUI standard, as are cold weather grips and a transport bag. The bag strap can also be used as a tripod strap.

     

    – Integrated monopod
    – 10-layer carbon fibre in 4 sections
    – Reversible 1/4 inch and 3/8 inch screw for heads/cameras
    – Locking screw for head
    – Legs can be folded up by 180°
    – Water and dustproof twist locks
    – Stabilising hook and cold weather grips

     

    Tripod Specs:


    – Weight: 1.4kg
    – Max. load: 15kg
    – Tripod height: 14.5 – 165cm
    – Monopod height: 44 – 162cm
    – Closed size: 49cm

     

    Included


    1x SIRUI W-1204 waterproof tripod carbon fibre
    3x Rubber feet
    3x Stainless steel spikes
    1x 2nd Mounting plate
    1x Wrist strap
    1x Transport bag with strap

     

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