Leofoto LVM-324C+BV-15 4-Section Carbon Fiber Manba LVM Series Video Tripod Kit with BV-15 Fluid Head/Integrated 75mm Bowl/with 75mm Leveling Base

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►Leofoto LVM-324C 4-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod with BV-15 Fluid Video Head Kit /Integrated 75mm Bowl/with 75mm Leveling Base
►Leofoto LVM-324C 4-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod is with a built-in 75mm bowl and comes with a 75mm leveling base.
►Manba LVM Series Video Head Systems features flip locks, integrated rubber foot&spike, leveling half ball adapter and hollow ball, etc. The spider is designed to accept multi-tube legs and integrated with the bowl, so there is no need to install the bowl when installing the half ball adapter, which makes the whole operation faster and easier. There are 3 mounting sockets including 1/4 mounting thread,3/8"mounting thread, and a mounting socket for QD straps.
►The Set Max. height: 1780mm ►Min. height: 270mm ►Folded length: 710mm
►Leg Section: 4 ►Max Tripod load: 25kg ►Max Video load: 10kg
►Weight: 3.3kg ►Tubes:32/28/25/22mm ►Top Size: 75mm
►TORAY 100% 10-Layer Carbon Fiber ►Includes LVM-324C Tripod, BV-15 Pro Video Head, 75mm leveling base, Carry Case & Allen wrench

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews

Llevaba tiempo detras de un trípode de carbono y finalmente lo adquirí, estoy muy contento con el trípode, es ligero, resistente se me muy Pro... :D

Terrance Emerson

The LVM-324C tripod is well known, but so far there are very few reviews out there for BV-15 head so I wasn't sure what to expect.

And the head has no variable balance settings, and that concerned me. But I contacted Leofoto and had two answers within 48 hours, indicating the load should work with my rig. So GREAT customer service from the get go.

It's not an O'Conner, but for the money it's really, really nice, and probably hard to beat. Well built, clean polished finish, parts fitted well, and with the tilt tension up a little, it balances with my 8 pound rig (3.6 Kilos). I can tilt it half way down and it stays, but still moves well. With the tilt tension at zero, it WILL sag down. I will note that I like the panned tilt a bit firm, so taking the tilt tension up a little is not a problem for me. With my heavier rig, the head, and the tripod, the combination is heavy enough that panning or tilting does not seem to move or shake the tripod. Very solid camera moves.

But even set firm, the pan and tilt are smooth and fluid, and I can't really detect any kickback at the end of a move. It just stops where I leave it. The tripod is heavy enough and so, so well built. Together, and for the money, the Leofoto LVM-324C+BV-15 is a really nice combination.

I'm NOT disappointed.

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