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Gitzo 1542 Mountaineer Carbon Fiber Tripod Legs

TRI-GO-GT1542
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Designed for use with heavy equipment, the Gitzo 1542 Mountaineer tripod legs feature carbon eXact tubes and high modulus carbon for increased rigidity and image stability. Additional upgrades include a new leg g-lock ultra system for smoother use and to reduce dirt entering the locks. Larger, leg-angle selector grips with built-in springs speed up your ability to adjust between the three angles. With a reversible column for alternative shooting angles or low level macro work, the center column is easily removed to set up for ground level photos.

Construction Features
Carbon Fiber Legs Are lightweight and provide vibration resistance and sturdy support.
Collar Leg Locks Rotate for height adjustments.
Multiple Leg Angles Allow stable positioning on uneven ground.
Reversible Center Column Allows for use near the ground.
Weight Hook Can provide extra stabilization.
Leg Sections 4
Maximum Height 62.6 inches
Minimum Height 5.5 inches
Folded Length 21.3 inches
Weight 2.8pounds
Maximum Load 22pounds
Multiple Leg Angles Yes
Composition Carbon Fiber

Total Reviews: 1

Average Rating:

Gitzo Mountaineer 1542 with GH2720 Birding Head - 12/28/2015

by Paul from WI

I purchased this tripod to use with a Vortex Razor 20-60x85, and the Gitzo birding head GH2720. The twist locks on the legs are fantastic, and can all be twisted at the same time for quick opening. They're much easier to use than flip levers for my arthritic thumbs. The quality of all components is impressive, from the CF legs, to the magnesium spider. While it was a vast improvement over my previous tripod, and very usable for an 85mm scope, I ended up exchanging for the 2542 Mountaineer for increased stability at maximum magnification, which I often need for lake birding. The stability difference is noticeable, though not huge. The 1542 has a smaller base than the GH2720 head, and does not have a set screw (grub screw) for securing the head. The 1542 would be a perfect fit for the GH1720 birding head.

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