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Travel Tripod with swivel central column: TM2515T

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    Posted: 06 October 2020 at 16:41
Hi there,

Just a quick feedback on a travel tripod that is now my goto tripod for churches: the TM2515T from K&F Concept.

It's a travel tripod that provides the ability to set the central column horizontally.

I personally use this feature when I shoot the ceiling of temples, but I know that some could use it for doing some macro stuff.

Despite the fact that this travel tripod is in magnesium aluminium alloy, it weighs only 1.43kgs with 4 sections legs.

Fully folded it's easy to have it as carry on luggage in a plane with a neet 43 cm and is fully extensible up to 145 cm.

Like most of the travel tripod nowadays, it comes with a handy leg becoming a monopod and the ball-head is easy to manipulate.

Like all the newest products of K&F Concept, the design is coming in a glossy orange color signature and have a good finish.

All feels solid and sturdy.

This travel tripod is claimed to support up to 10 kg of photogear but I am not able to asses that. The max weight I throwed at it being A99ii + Tamron 15-30/2.8 (which is not bad at all already).

Due to my appetite for ceilings I welcome this travel tripod and even more the fact that it's in the MSRP ball park of most entry-level travel tripod, under the 100 USD bar.

If interested you'll find a coupon code and the vlog.

Wishing you a nice day.

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