Gitzo GT2532S Series 2 6x Systematic 3-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod, 24.9" Closed Length

Gitzo
SKU: GZGT2532S MFR: GT2532S

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About Gitzo GT2532

The smallest in the Systematic range, Gitzo Series 2 3-Section Carbon Fiber Tripod is the perfect choice for those who want to travel light but still need the outstanding performance of Gitzo's top professional tripods. This tripod is suited to Digital SLRs equipped with lenses up to 300 mm. The GT2532S is able to crouch down to a minimum height of 10 cm (3.93"), extend to a height of 136 cm (53.54") and close down to a portable length of just 63.4 cm (24.96").

Gitzo GT2532 Features

  • G-Lock: G-Lock is the new Gitzo leg locking system. The locking mechanism has been completely redesigned in order to achieve a 20% increase in rigidity, faster operation and stronger, safer locking
  • Hook: This built-in accessory allows you to hang a stabilizing weight (e.g. a full camera bag or a sand/water bag) from the bottom of the tripod centre column. Useful with long/heavy lenses, on uneven ground or in windy conditions
  • Leg Ends: This feature allows you to easily change worn out rubber feet or to fit other accessories, such as spiked feet or snow/sand shoes
  • ALR: Introduced a new Anti Leg Rotation system, which means the tripod can be opened in less than 15 seconds. Simply loosen all the twist locks on each leg at the same time, then pull the leg down and tighten the locks individually

Gitzo GT2532 Specifications

Level
Standard
Centre Column
No
Leg Sections
3
Maximum Height
136 cm / 53.5"
Minimum Height
10.0 cm / 3.93"
Closed Length
63.4 cm / 24.9"
Weight
1.74 kg / 3.83 lbs
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Robert C  Load capacity ?
Andrew R  From Gitzo: safety payload = 55.12 lbs
Beth E  Am looking for the right tripod to hold Canon 60D and Sigma 150-500 lens. Which do you recommend?
Andrew R  There are a wide variety of tripods and heads to choose from that will fit your 60D and lens combo. The most important factors to look for; maximum capacity, the number of leg sections (sturdier tripods have fewer leg sections and the type of head you prefer. This piece from the Adorama Learning Center may provide you with some helpful information: http://www.adorama.com/alc/0012603/article/Tips-For-Buying-a-Tripod-AdoramaTV
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