17 Aug In-depth tripod review: ProMediaGear Pro-Stix TR344
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ProMediaGear’s TR344 ‘Pro-Stix’ tripod with their Katana Pro Gimbal supporting a full-frame camera and 500mm prime at lacrosse practice. ProMediaGear Pro-Stix TR344
Promediagear.com | $1030
ProMediaGear was founded in 2009 by three brothers that combined their engineering degrees, a full-service machine shop, and a passion for photography. Initially, they developed innovative flash brackets out of personal need, producing them at their facility in suburban Chicago. Today they design and manufacture world-class gimbal heads and video sliders, along with ball heads, plates, monopods, and of course, tripods. All of their products are made in the USA, most in their own shop, and distributed worldwide. PMG isn’t afraid of a little color in their metals, so if you wish, you can order your tripod apex or gimbal anodized in a striking red.
Specs and what’s included Maximum height of 150 cm (59.1″) Minimum height of 9.7 cm (3.8″) Folds to 53 cm (20.8″) with 12 cm (4.7″) diameter Weighs 1.85 kg (4.08 lbs) with flat platform 27 kg (60 lbs) load limit Three leg angles (24° / 50° / 84°) Four leg sections (34mm top leg diameter/ 30 / 26.2 / 22.4mm) 69mm platform on custom-fit insert Large weight hook under platform Large bubble level attached to apex Removable 38mm mushroom feet on standard 3/8″ thread Includes dust bag, tools, and 44mm spikes
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