Built for travel, the ET Series offers full size tripods that fold compactly for easy storage and transport
The SIRUI ET-series tripods combine extremely low weight with very compact design. They are easy to use in any situation and always give your camera a secure working platform. The ET-series tripods can be folded by the legs 180 ° degrees upward. So the Stands when folded with head are just 42 cm and 43 cm high.
The sections have flip-locks that ensure excellent stability. The non-slip rubber feet improve the stability when standing. A stabilization hook on the centre column is as much a SIRUI standard, as the two leg warmers made from soft and non-slip foam rubber.
ET-1004 = high quality aluminium in 4 sections
Legs rotate 180 ° degrees, with flip-locks for secure grip
Reversible 1/4" & 3/8" screw for tripod head or camera
Stabilisation hook and leg warmers
Tripod bag with strap and additional centre column (9.5 cm) are included
- Model - ET-1004
- Material - Aluminium
- Sections - 4
- Max. tube diameter - 25mm
- Min. tube diameter - 16mm
- Min. height - 130mm
- Max. height without stand column - 1150mm
- Max. height - 1390mm
- Pushed together height - 480mm
- Packing height - 420kg
- Weight - 1.3kg
- Max. load capacity - 8kg
- Leg angles - 20-52-83 (degrees)
Enter now to win a tripod and head worth £160!
CLOSING DATE 31/05/2015
Competition Terms and Conditions
This competition closes on 31/05/2014. By entering this competition you will also be opting in to The Societies’ and Sirui mailings but you have the option to unsubscribe at any time. No entries accepted from employees of The Societies or Sirui. One entry per person only. Winners will be announced on the SWPP website following the closing date. Winners will be contacted by email only. No cash alternative to the prize. The winner must acknowledge his or her win within 7 days of being notified via email or the prize may be re-allocated to the next-placed winner.
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