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Swarovski CT 101 Carbon Tripod with DH 101 Head

TRI-SK-49073
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Swarovski uses improved technology for an increase in performance that you are sure to appreciate. At the top of Swarovski's tripod kit you find the DH 101 tripod head with a new locking system to decrease movement and improve stability when equipment is attached. Digiscopers appreciate the integrated leveler on the tripod head and the excellent vibration dampening from the carbon fiber and basalt composite CT 101 legs. Quiet and quick release levers, lightweight and rugged construction, and a carrying strap complete this excellent tripod kit. Swarovski provides a one-year warranty.

Construction Features
Carbon Fiber and Basalt Composite Legs Are lightweight and provide vibration resistance and sturdy support.
Lever Leg Locks Flip up and down for height adjustments.
Leg Wraps Cushion shoulders when carrying and protect hands from cold.
Multiple Leg Angles Allow stable positioning on uneven ground.
Weight Hook Can provide extra stabilization.
Quick Release Plate Allows quick attachment of equipment to a tripod head.
Leg Sections 3
Maximum Height 71.6 inches
Minimum Height 21 inches
Folded Length 27.5 inches
Weight 4.5 pounds
Maximum Load 10.9 pounds
Multiple Leg Angles Yes
Composition Carbon Fiber/Basalt Composite
  • CT 101 tripod legs
  • DH 101 tripod head
  • Strap

Total Reviews: 1

Average Rating:

Swarovski Carbon tripod and DH 101 Head - 11/30/2012

by Jerry M. from Erie, Pa.

So far I really like the tripod. It is amazingling light, yet still quite stable. I really like the large flip locks on the legs. My only disappointed so far is the DH 101 Head. I don't like the small screw that regulates the tension for turning the head from side to side. You either have to carry a standard screwdriver with you or have a coin the right size in order to loosen or tighten the screw. It would be much better to have a T-knob on the end of the screw so no tool would be needed. The head seems to be a bit inferior from the scope. I need to put a lot of tension on the mechanism that puts tension on the up and down motion of the head to support the weight of the spotting scope. I don't think enough tension could be put on the head to keep a heavy 500 F4 lens from moving. I do however like the locking mechanism, since this allows other viewers to see the bird without moving the scope off of it. I may eventually go back to a heavier fluid head for more motion control.

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