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The great tripod & head thread!

kparseg

New member
I bought a ProMediaGear tripod and while it was beautifully made, I did not like the narrow leg angle. Too narrow. I also didn’t care for the knurled aluminum leg locks. They look beautiful, but are sub-optimal in actual use. Cold as heck in cold weather, too easily banged up. I ended up returning it after one outing with it. The real deal-breaker was the too narrow leg angle. After using other premium brands of tripods, the PMG felt less stable / tippy when working around it. I found this a real shame, because in all other respects it was a beautiful, well made, piece of gear.

Rand
Rand, I believe PMG increased the tripod leg angle to 24° about a year ago or so.

Karo
 

anyone

Well-known member
Does anyone have experience with Feisol tripods? On my quest for ultralight hiking tripods I came across their CT-3332 and CT-3342 offerings, which seem to be fairly interesting weight-wise.
 

rdeloe

Well-known member
Does anyone have experience with Feisol tripods? On my quest for ultralight hiking tripods I came across their CT-3332 and CT-3342 offerings, which seem to be fairly interesting weight-wise.
I have a CT-3441T. It's quite good. It's held up over a lot of years of use.
 
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