29 Jul In-depth tripod review: Sirui SR-3204
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The Sirui SR-3204 out in the cold, with the Sirui PH-30 Carbon Fiber Gimbal on top, loaded with a 150-450mm zoom on a full-frame Pentax. Sirui SR-3204
Sirui.com | $550
Back in a 2014 roundup of ball heads, Sirui was mentioned as a ‘relative newcomer,’ but today they are an established and well-respected brand, not only for tripods but also for such unusual items as humidity-control cabinets and anamorphic lenses. The full Sirui support catalog includes a very wide range of tripods and monopods, as well as a variety of those highly regarded tripod heads, including video and full gimbal heads.
Specs and what’s included Maximum height of 150 cm (59.1″) Minimum height of 14.3 cm (5.6″) Folds to 54.5 cm (21.5″) with 13 cm (5.1″) diameter Weighs 2.1 kg (4.62 lbs) 25kg (55.1 lbs) load limit Three leg angles (25° / 51° / 79° ) Four leg sections (33mm top leg diameter / 29.5 / 26/ 22.2mm) 78mm platform screwed onto large handle Integrated 75mm video bowl Retractable weight hook inside platform handle Tiny bubble level included on apex Removable 38mm mushroom feet with non-standard M14 thread Includes padded bag, strap, tools, instructions and 36mm spikes
In the galaxy of Sirui tripods, the SR series is called the ‘Portable PRO’ line. This series all share the same magnesium apex with
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