TR344L Pro-Stix 71" inch Carbon Fiber Tripod w/ 34mm diameter legs 4-Section Long
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TR344L Pro-Stix 71" inch Carbon Fiber Tripod w/ 34mm diameter legs 4-Section Long

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Part Number:TR344L

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The Pro-Stix Carbon Fiber Series Tripods are designed and built for the professional videographer or photographer looking for the toughest and most rugged tripod. The tripods are rated to support loads up to 60 lbs. The apex features an interchangeable flat plate that can be removed and transitioned to various accessories such as our #TRB3475 75mm Leveling Bowl insert. The apex plate has a 3/8-16 standard mounting thread for Ball Heads, Video Heads, Gimbals, Sliders and much more.


The carbon fiber legs have 3 adjustable locking angle positions to accommodate any shooting situation, high to low. Each side of the apex features a 1/4-20 threaded adapter port to mount additional accessories. One of the adapter ports comes complete with a large and easy to read spirit level. Lastly, each tripod foot has a hardened stainless-steel spike integrated inside the tube. The entire line-up of ProMediaGear Pro-Stix Carbon Fiber Tripods are precision CNC machined in our factory located in Tinley Park, IL USA.


Made in the USA by photographers for photographers! We pride ourselves in being experienced photography professionals and design gear we would use. There's nothing more important than our customers' satisfaction. So, What Are You Still Waiting For? Order Your Own Premium PMG Pro-Stix Carbon Fiber Tripod Today!



** Pro-Stix 34 Series Carbon Fiber Tripod Instructions (Click Here)


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I had been shopping for a new carbon fiber tripod for a few months, and had a hard time deciding between Gitzo and RRS. I was about to place an order for a Gitzo when I ran across ProMediaGear. I liked what I saw on their website, but was disappointed that I couldn’t find very much in the way of reviews for their tripods. I called their office and talked to Tom, one of the owners of the company; he was very nice and answered all of my questions. After he told me that they had a thirty day return policy and that they even pay for return shipping, I felt I had nothing to lose. Later that day, I ordered a Pro-stix TR344L with a red anodized apex; it comes in black, also. When I received it, I was amazed at the quality of the machine work. The apex and the twist locks are machined aluminum. The apex also has a bubble level and three 1/4-20 accessory ports. On the bottom of the apex is a place to hook the included caribiner to hang a bag or something from it. One design feature I really like is that they use a method where you push out the leg angle lock from behind and push it back in when you have it at the desired angle. This works great with gloves on; I have another tripod that you have to pull the lock out from the front and I cannot grab it with gloves on. They also use 10X layer carbon fiber; I don’t know how much stronger this actually makes it, but everyone else uses only 6 or 8X. I know weight ratings don’t mean much, but this thing is rated at 60lbs., and I think it will hold more than that; it is stout and rock solid. They also include stainless steel spikes that Gitzo and RRS charge extra for. I also like how low to the ground this tripods gets. A friend of mine recently bought a Gitzo series 4 tripod, so I took mine over to his house to compare and make a decision to either keep or return my TR344L. His Gitzo is a nice tripod that has legs that are a little larger in diameter, but mine seems every bit as stable if not more so. I do prefer the machined aluminum over the cast apex that Gitzo uses. I didn’t do any kind of controlled comparisons, but all things considered, I decided to keep the ProMediaGear. I’m sure the others deserve the reputation they have, but I believe ProMediaGear is right up there with the best of them. I have nothing to gain by writing this and have no affiliation with ProMediaGear other than being a very satisfied customer, and I believe these guys deserve consideration when purchasing top quality photo gear.
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