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Smith-Victor Propod PRO-5 Large Tripod with 2-Way Fluid Head (Supports 25 lbs, Maximum Height 69")

SKU: SVPP5 MFR: 700101

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About Smith-Victor PRO-5

The Propod Series of Smith-Victor tripods is designed to meet the most demanding requirements of working professionals and serious amateurs. These heavy-duty tripods deliver the ultimate in rigid, stable support and are engineered using high strength lightweight alloy tubes and double-strut design. An innovative feature of the Propod Series base support is the indexed height reference marking, with quick-set pins on each leg, that allows for precise and level leg alignment. For added stability the Propod Base has centerbrace leg supports with locking mechanism and rubber/spiked leg tips fornon-slip traction on any terrain. Geared centerpost elevates 11". Includes1/4x20 mounting stud and 3/8x16 adapter.

Features large die-cast alloy PRO-5 fluid head with 2-way action, pan & tilt locks, oversized quick release plate, and bubble level.

Smith-Victor PRO-5 Specifications

Head Type
2-way Fluid PRO-5 Pan Head
Max Height w/closed column
Minimum Height
Closed Length
Max Load Capacity
25 lbs.
9 lbs.
Tilt adjustment: 90° up/down.
Pan rotation: 360°.
Leg diameter: 32 mm
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Kevin V  Looking for a tripod to use with my CobraCrane Backpacker jib/crane and was wondering if this would be a good choice?
ACCOUNTS P  We have never used ours (we have 2) with our jib but we have a heavy JonyJib with a payload of about 100+ pounds. We use a Manfrotto tripod with our JonyJib. It would depend on the amount of weight you plan to put onto the tripod. If your entire payload (camera, jib, and counterweights is in the 25# range, then I would say it would be a good cheap alternative. It has the friction type legs (tighten by turning the collars) which are not great for heavy payloads. It is, however, a good cheap alternative to one of the more expensive models and beats several in the same price range for durability.
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