Strength and stability are key to Gitzo's new tripods
A favourite amongst professional photographers using heavy equipment and long lenses, Gitzo modular Systematic tripods have been redesigned to offer more strength, stability, safety and ease of use.
The new addition to the Systematic range includes its Series 2 tripods. Extending the range from Series 3, 4 and 5 to include the smaller Series 2 models make Systematic’s professional level of performance available in a more easily transportable tripod. Built around the same top casting used in Series 3 and 4, Series 2 inherits its structural strength from the larger models and claim to be the strongest and most stable tripod available in the market.
Incorporating the latest technological features and high quality materials, the new Systematic range uses an innovative construction process that provides photographers with practical improvements in performance.
Its design features modular top casting allows each tripod to be configured with a geared or sliding centre column, a flat disk, video half-ball adapter levelling unit and other specialised centre components. A secondary safety mechanism has been fitted to make sure that centre accessories and valuable camera equipment has been securely fitted. Weight is distributed evenly to the carbon fibre legs with the help of Systematic’s key top casting component, in addition to the innovative bonding and assembly technique that can hold a dramatic increase in weight (40g), double the load of the previous version.
Suitable for all weathers and locations, the built-in spiked feet grip securely on uneven ground, mud and snow and have a special non-scratch finish that won’t damage floors and surfaces. Gitzo’s 6X carbon fibre legs absorb vibration and maximises rigidity and strength while maintaining ease when setting up and changing angle
All cast components of the Systematic range are finished in Gitzo’s “noir décor” paintwork. The hammered paintwork has become a Gitzo tradition not only for its look, but also because of its durability and resistance to rugged treatment.
To see the new Gitzo Systematic range go to the website www.gitzo.co.uk
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