Excerpt: I bought this tripod mainly just to support my slider rig. I love it so much though that I end up using it for everything unless I am going somewhere that it would be too big. The stability it provides makes you really confident your shots will be steady and safe.
Excerpt: This tripod leg is very light and sturdy.
It helps me to carry a tripod much easier.
One thing I like this leg better than a Miller one is that this leg comes with 75mm adapter additionally.
As you know, this leg can go as low as 10" and as high as 80".
Excerpt: I use them with my Schtler 7 + 7 100mm ball head.
Their fast to set up with no need for a spreader. They go very low and very high. heavy duty solidly build. if you don't need the hight, get the one with 3 -sections it will be lighter.
Excerpt: This is the most sturdy, light, and versatile tripod I have ever put my hands on. The only con about this product is the price for a headless tripod, but you get what you pay for with this product. And what you get is amazing and beautiful.
Excerpt: Using this set of carbon fiber sticks along with the Manfrotto 504 head. I've had Sacthler, Miller, and Vinten systems, and there are tradeoffs/pluses with most of them. At the price point, this system seems to work well for me.
Excerpt: This tripod is versatile as it can take 75mm and 100mm ball mount fluid heads. I purchased this to use with my Sachtler DV 10 SB fluid Head for lightwieght run and gun set ups instead of the heavier Sachtler Double Leg Carbon Fiber Tripod (100ENG 2CF) that I already own.
Excerpt: Bought this as a lighter option to my Sachtler Carbon Fiber video tripod. Fits my 100mm ball Sachtler fluid head (FSB8) and my O'Connor 1030HD nicely. Supports either fluid head plus a fully built up Red Epic Dragon with Prime or zoom lenses. Also supports my Trost Motion M-series slider very well.
Excerpt: I bought this to use with my edelkrone slider plus system and I am very happy with these sticks. These sticks are super lightweight and incredibly strong. They do a great job of keeping everything solidly in place. I also underestimated just how tall 80 inches is.