The new Series 4 aluminum Systematic tripod is significantly lighter than the previous model and offers additional stability thanks to the G-lock system. It is the ideal support for many different applications, from medium and large format camera, to video application and it is also a great tool for long tele-photo lenses together with the new Gitzo Systematic heads GH5380S and GH5380SQR. The reduced weight, the faster operation thanks Anti Leg Rotation (ALR) System and the two leg warmers fitted, make this tripod more versatile and easier to transport.
G-Lock is the new Gitzo leg locking system. The locking mechanism has been completely redesigned in order to achieve a 20% increase in rigidity, faster operation and stronger, safer locking. G-Lock's special design also provides a 'gravity lock' effect: the higher the load applied vertically to the leg, the stronger the lock.
This built-in accessory allows you to hang a stabilizing weight (e.g. a full camera bag or a sand/water bag) from the bottom of the tripod center column. Useful with long, heavy lenses, on uneven ground or in windy conditions.
'The new tripod upper disc is called ''Power Disc''. It is made of machined solid aluminum and it now features two locking screws, one to lock the head, the other to safely lock the disc onto the column. The ''Power Disc'' gives a rock solid connection of the whole system for additional safety and stability.'
We have introduced a new Anti Leg Rotation (ALR) system, which means the tripod can be opened in less than 15 seconds. Simply loosen all the twist locks on each leg at the same time, then pull the leg down and tighten the locks individually.
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