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The NEW SLIK PRO 780 DX tripod uses the widely popular PRO 700 DX legs in
black color, coupled with a new SH-807E heavier duty 3-Way pan head.
A.M.T. makes all the difference.
The PRO 780 DX is capable of supporting the weight of professional digital cameras and heavy telephoto lenses up to a 400 mm f/2.8. This complete tripod offers professional photographers and advanced amateurs the strength and stability they need, while its size and the use of A.M.T. alloy make it lighter and more portable than many professional offerings from other manufacturers.
A tripod should be solid and easy to use, so you spend more time
concentrating on your photography than you do your equipment.
The PRO 780 DX black tripod makes setting up easy with secure, speed-release leg locks, gearless center column and 3-position, adjustable angle leg locks allow easy set-up on uneven ground or steps. The PRO 780 DX center column is actually two threaded pieces that unscrew to convert the top piece to a short column. This combined with the adjustable leg angle locks allows the tripod to be lowered to just 15 inches for very low angle or macro photography in the field.
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2014 Societies Convention and Trade Show at The Hilton London Metropole Hotel ...
You have 235 days to book for the 2014 Convention Wednesday 15th January 2014