Leofoto LN-364C Heavy Duty Tripod with 75mm Video Bowl+Platform & Bag

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SKU: LN-364C

Sale price$499.00 Regular price$599.00


The Leofoto LN-364C Heavy Duty Carbon Fiber Tripod is a durable and reliable option for photographers or shooters who require a tripod that can handle a heavy payload. Constructed with 10 layers of Torayca carbon fiber, and 6061 and 7075 CNC machined aluminum hardware, this tripod is built to last.

Its apex features a 75mm video bowl adapter, which is compatible with video heads that have the same size half ball, and a safety release button that prevents the top plate from falling out.

The tripod is designed for easy transport, with a strap screw ring that allows you to attach a strap for convenient carrying. Additionally, the rubber feet are detachable and can be replaced with stainless-steel spikes to provide support on soft ground or snow.

  • Included Interchangeable 75mm Video Bowl & 75mm Platform
  • 3/8" Mounting Stud on 75mm Platform
  • Independent Leg Spread
  • Three Angle Stops: 23-, 55-, and 85°
  • Interchangeable Feet (3/8")
  • Carrying Case

LN-364C Tripod:

Max. height: 1600mm / 63in
Folded length: 625mm / 24.6in
Min. height: 100mm / 3.9in
Leg sections: 4
Max load: 35kg / 77.2lb
Weight: 2.79kg / 6.15lb
Bowl diameter: 75mm / 2.95in

Leg tube sizes: 36/32/28/25mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Jon Dill (Louisville, US)
Solid and amazing

Bought for shooting PRS matches. Great quality and price!


Just received my LN-364C Systematic Bowl Compatible Tripod direct from LEOFOTO. I have a SA-364C with a RRS/SOAR Anvil-30 head but, I was interested in having more heavy duty tripod to replace an older Gitzo with a RRS BH-55. After reading all the information on LEOFOTO's website and seeing that the LN-364C was on sale I pulled the trigger an ordered one. It is a "Beast" solid as the proverbial Rock of Gibraltar! I mounted my BH-55 on the included plate and also opted for a YB-75M Half Ball to use with the Bowl Adapter. The ability to quickly swap from either ball head to one lever bowl configuration in a matter of seconds is a real plus. I've tested this with my 31 pound Savage Precision Ultra PRS rifle and there is zero wobble or instability. Having both the LN-364C and the lighter SA-364C provides multiple options for the range and competitions. The fit, finish and quality of LEOFOTO products continues to impress, great company and extremely easy to deal with directly. They are now my "go-to" source for tripods and accessories.

Robert Panick (Woodland Park, US)
Nice compromise

When my old tripod went AWOL I needed to get a new one. I already knew the ball head I wanted, an Acratech, which was on my old tripod. But finding a replacement set of legs for my Gitzo was tough. The Gitzo was a great tripod, but they don't make that model anymore. A friend, Jeff Mallo, showed my his Leofoto tripod. Unfortunately, Leofoto doesn't make it any more. That tripod was very close to what I wanted. I ended up settling for the LN-346C, the main reason was the height it could go to. I really wanted a 5 segment leg, but the 4 segment was the best I could get and still do the height I wanted. I also would have liked to have a medium grade rather than a heavy grade tripod. The LN-346C weighs two pounds more than my previous tripod.

Overall, I've been fairly impressed with the tripod. It's definitely sturdy, which you would expect from a heavy duty tripod. The leg locks work well, a quarter turn is all that's required. One positive note, I've found that I only need to extend two of the sections (total 3) to put it at just about the right working height for standing up.

What I really like is the leveling dish option that I added on. This lets me quickly level the gimbal when I use it. It's also useful for when I want to pan with my ball head. Definitely recommend getting it.

The two other options that I got were the strap and the Arca Swiss plates that I attached to the base of my ball head and the gimbal. Switching between the two is very fast using the lever Arca Swiss clamp that's part of the leveling bowl.

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