Slik 340DX Four Section Tripod - Used Once! (2 Quick Release Plates) - $85
Purchased last month at Samy's for $115 after my first one mysteriously disappeared. It is pretty solid for it's size, though, I've never found myself using it at all.
It comes with two quick release plates, one is from the older tripod.
Asking for $85 shipped
Will ship only to the continental US.
* A professional tripod using SLIK A.M.T. alloy uses Titanium and Magnesium to reduce weight
* 4 leg sections allow it to fold down smaller for easy transportation
* Recommended for high-end point and shoot digital cameras
The SLIK PRO 340 DX Black compact travel tripod with 3-way pan head makes an excellent traveling companion for your point-and-shoot camera or light-weight Digital SLR. The PRO 340 DX Black is the same tripod as the SLIK PRO 340 DX, but with black finished legs instead of the traditional A.M.T metal finish.
A.M.T. makes all the difference.
SLIK’s exclusive A.M.T. super Aluminum-Magnesium-Titanium alloy legs make the PRO 340 DX tripod rock steady, yet lighter than it looks. The A.M.T. alloy has a 40% greater strength to weight ratio than standard aluminum, making it lighter and stronger than the standard metal used in most tripods.
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 340 DX makes setting up easy with secure, speed-release leg locks (example pictured left). Padded leg wraps make the tripod more comfortable to carry. A gearless center column and 3-position, adjustable angle leg locks allow easy set-up on uneven ground or steps. The adjustable angle locks combined with the Separatable C.C. Short Column (optional accessory) allow the tripod to be lowered to just 10 inches for very low angle or macro photography in the field.
Stable all-metal head with easy-to-use quick release.
The included SH-705E all-metal 3-way pan head has over a solid pound of finely cast and machined aluminum. It uses a fast and easy to use quick-release plate to securely mount the camera on the tripod.
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