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KR Heavy Duty Stand (HDS) 7' Carbon Fiber Tripod with 5/8 x 11 Thread

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Reach New Heights
This is our heavy duty high capacity carbon fiber tripod with a 5/8 x 11 thread. It's designed to reach heights that traditional tripods don't reach. Because it's carbon fiber it's lightweight and easy to carry. It also provides the strength and payload capacity to hold your important equipment. It comfortably reaches a max instrument height of 7' and provides a solid, steady base for blur-free images and scans.

The ultra-stable, removable feet make this support even more secure. The Easy Link attachment provides enhanced versatility and ergonomics, enabling users to attach a wide array of optional accessories. With a top leg diameter of 41.3mm and extra large top casting this tripod guarantees the ultimate sturdiness and stability.


  • Weight: 6.88lbs
  • Top Attachment: 5/8 x 11
  • Leg Sections: 4
  • Min Height: 36.9in
  • Max Height: 77.95in
  • Closed Length: 28.35 in
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