Leofoto LN-404C Heavy Duty Tripod with 100mm Bowl+Platform & Bag

SKU: LN-404C

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Sale price$649.00

Description

The Leofoto LN-404C Heavy Duty Carbon Fiber Tripod is our heaviest and most robust option, capable of supporting a weight load of up to 50kg / 110lbs. This makes it an ideal choice for photographers and hunters working with heavy and bulky equipment. 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 100mm 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 100mm Video Bowl & 100mm Platform
  • 3/8" Mounting Stud on 100mm Platform
  • Independent Leg Spread
  • Three Angle Stops: 23-, 55-, and 85°
  • Interchangeable Feet (3/8")
  • Carrying Case

LN-404C Tripod:

Max. height: 1910mm / 75.20in
Min. height: 115mm / 4.53in
Folded length: 700mm / 27.56in
Leg Section: 4
Max load: 50kg / 110.23lb
Weight: 3.40kg / 7.50lb
Bowl diameter: 100mm / 3.94in

Leg tube sizes: 40/36/32/28mm

Customer Reviews

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Nancy Beauchamp (Montreal, CA)
Very nice and very rock solid

First look rock solid my rifle 30 pounds and I don't move on the ballhead and very stable i don't shoot with the kit tripod ln-404c and ballhead lh-55 but very good product thanks you leofoto. 👍

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William Freeman (Fountain Hills, US)
Surprisingly flexible

Not in a good way. By cutting the hoop to make it a clamp they allowed the spider plate to twiat or roll. On a grippy surface it is not an issue, but on a slippery surface they legs will spread outward when there is a downward force on top of the tripod, then spring back when the force is removed. The manufacturer would have done much better by leaving the ring intact and adding some radial screws to clamp the center disk. To fix this you have to always stay on a surface with friction, or add a spreader. Other than bouncing up and down, it is a great tripod.

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