Peak Design Tripod - New Carbon Companion for Photographer

Peak Design has been the top in the market of photographic equipment (and storage equipment). Launched in 2011, the company has produced several high-end cameras, accessories and protective devices in eight years. Now the company expands its catalog with their new tripod — its first device on the market of durable camera stabilization devices.

Until recently, tripods designed to stabilize the camera were very heavy and uncomfortable, so they were not suitable for travel and longer excursions. The offer from Peak Design uses a thoughtful, multi-layer design made of aluminum or carbon fiber with twill weave, aluminum powder coated ball head holders A380, and ShoreA60 thermoplastic polyurethane and the racks themselves have anti-slip coating — all this creates the ideal solution for photographers looking for a portable device to stabilize the shooting.

The system with 5 racks allows you to extend them from 40 to 152 centimeters and comes with a weight limit of 9 kilograms, so the lens will work seamlessly with professional cameras, including photographers that use telephoto lenses. With a weight of only 1.3 kilograms, the tripod offers consumers a compact alternative to more cumbersome designs. If you are interested in purchasing such a device, go to the Kickstarter Peak Design page, where this travel tripod is sold at an initial price of $290 @

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