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DescriptionThe TX570B150SL adds versatility and strength for DSLRs, Point & Shoots, and ILC (interchangeable lens) cameras. This tripods standout feature is its reversible legs that allow it to compress down to an industry leading 12.5". This makes this tripod small enough to store in the tightest spaces like camera bags and in carry-on luggage. It is also one our lightest tripods at 2.5lbs. The TX570B150SL has a premium finish as well with its upgraded twist leg locks that only need a 1/4 turn to lock and unlock legs. The dual pole center column provides extended height extension making it the perfect tripod for all events, such as sports activities, camping, family gatherings and much more. The TX570B150SL has a max Load of 15 lbs. giving you the flexibility for all types of cameras. The new rubberized ball head knobs allows you to get extra tension and make sure your hand doesnt slip. Also the ball head has an integrated bubble level on the top plate and degree marker on the pan base for panoramic shooting. The Dolica TX570B150SL a perfect choice for todays Prosumer photographer. Includes a carrying case and 5 year warranty.Price History
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