PLAY AROUND WITH LONGER EXPOSURES
If you have to shoot long exposure landscapes, time-lapses & panoramas, or have heavy lenses, it’s difficult to shoot without a tripod.
The Proaim 100mm Bowl Tripod stand with feet provides a rock-steady foundation for your heavy camera setups and allows you to capture wider & straight horizons with utmost stability & comfort, which is difficult to achieve in hand-held shooting.
So, it’s a perfect companion to hold your camera stable, provide support & add sharpness to the shots that you can’t beat.
CAPTURE THE IDEAL SHOT IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCE!
Reliable Base for Your Camera Setup.
STRONG & STABLE
It is constructed with high-grade aluminum which ensures its strength & durability.
Comes with adjustable & removable rubber feet that adapt to any terrain & also allow you to switch from ground to a dolly in seconds.
It has an incredible payload capacity which carries your versatile camera or jib setups easily.
It features a middle spreader that offers additional stability to the Tripod.
ADJUST & SECURE QUICKLY
Changing the height of your camera changes the perspective and can also change how your photo impacts the viewer.
This tripod has a telescopic design which lets you adjust the camera position at ease between 85 cm to 152 cm so that you can set the camera exactly where the shot requires.
The locking knobs secure the adjusted height & prevent the legs from retracting under load.
The Bowl Tripod Stand works with versatile equipment such as Camera Slider, Jib, and Geared heads.
PROTECTION & PORTABILITY
Comes in a strong storage bag that keeps the stand safe & ensures ease of traveling.
High grade Aluminium
On Minimum Height: 80kg / 176.36lb
On Maximum Height: 35kg / 77.16lb
Number of Leg Sections
Leg Lock Type
Yes, Knob locking
Product Weight (Without Packing)
Product Volumetric Weight (With Packing)
13.5kg / 29.76lb
IN THE BOX
Proaim 100mm Camera Tripod Stand
Guaranteed Fast Delivery
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Q&AAsk a Question
Is it possible to put this tripod on the PROAIM Swift Camera Track Dolly (SWFT-DL)?