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|Maximum load (kg)||3|
|Max height||138,5 cm|
|Hauteur min.||36,5 cm|
|Number of sections||5|
Finally a tripod dedicated to travelers wishing to travel light! At the same time ultra lightweight, compact and easy to use, this tripod will become your best friend for travelling. With a 360 ° pan and Tilt of -90 ° / + 90 °.
Main features of the tripod TSA235AB :
Quick clip security Starblitz TSA
Panoramic axis of the tripod
Locking mechanism of the tripod center column
Free yourself from the constraints of travel: weight volume!
No more unpleasant surprises in airports or via airlines, the Starblitz TSA235AB is a compact tripod specially designed for travel. The traveling photographer or the traveling photographer can add a tripod to the list of his equipment in his "check-list" without adding several kilograms or occupying a large volume. With 36.5 cm folded, it is one of the smallest in its category. Hanging on a rucksack pocket or inside a suitcase, it can be easily stowed away. With a maximum weight of only 1 kilo on the scale, 1.18 kg to be precise, it leaves you room to carry other items. The few grams you gain will perhaps allow you to take an extra optic with you. Just in case ...
Bring back unique photo souvenirs from your trip
If you have decided to buy a tripod for your next trip, it's for a very specific purpose: to come back with pictures you couldn't have taken without a tripod. Let's imagine some specific cases: a sunrise in the land of the rising sun, Japan; a sunset in the land of the Far West, Nevada (USA); Northern Lights in Tromso, Norway; beautiful starry skies in the Quercy region, a virtual tour of urban landscapes.
Elements on this tripod will allow you to quickly position your camera equipment.
- Quick-clamping central column with screw
- Locking and unlocking of screw sections
- Arca Swiss Quick Coupler
If you already have a quick-release clip permanently attached to your case, you can seize the opportunity to immortalize a unique moment.
Sometimes you travel in a family or group, with people who are constantly pressed for time and not especially interested in photography. To avoid offending them, the speed with which you handle your aluminium tripod will fill this usual gap.