TTH1002C

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Product Description

Lightweight and rigid, the TTH1002C features an advanced carbon fibre tube construction for exceptional performance in the field in any condition and has been engineered with torsional rigidity in mind to minimize undesired backlash during pans. Both the TTH1002c and TTM1002C tripods are outfitted with one-click leg clamps for quick setup and teardown. Ground and mid-spreader options are available allowing for application in flat and uneven floor/ground conditions.

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Key Features

  • Highly rigid carbon fibre construction
  • Excellent torsional rigidity

Specifications

Max Payload
90kg / 198lbs
Max. Height
1,625mm / 63.98"
Min. Height
562mm / 22.13"
Transportation Length
726mm / 30.00" (with TGL100 ground spreader)
Extension
Double
Weight
5.9kg / 13lbs
Material
Carbon Fibre
Tube Diameter
Upper: Ø24 Mid: Ø24 Lower: Ø20
Mount
100mm Bowl
Suitable Head
SX260, SX200
Suitable Dolly
TD-73
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