The Leofoto LQ-365C carbon tripod is part of the versatile Leofoto Mr.Q tripod series. The LQ-365C has five leg sections and when using the removable center column it reaches a maximum working height of 193cm. In contrast, the minimum working height of this tripod is only 19cm, which is fine for working low to the ground. Despite its light weight of only 1.65 kilograms, it has a carrying capacity of 15 kilograms. The LQ-365C tripod comes with an LH-47 ball head, a multifunctional center column and several useful accessories.
The Leofoto LS-284CEX, with a maximum working height of 146.5 cm, belongs to the medium-sized tripods in the Ranger series. Unique to this Ranger tripod is the leveling base, which makes the tripod ideal for panorama work and videographers. The folded length is 52 centimeters and the 284CEX weighs 1.3 kilograms. This Ranger tripod with leveling base has a load capacity of 10 kilograms. The tripod comes with a leveling base, a carrying bag, multitool and spikes.
The SO-282C carbon tripod is part of the Leofoto Inverted tripod series. Installation of these tripods is lightning fast due to the unique legs and they offer great ease of use. The inverted leg segments keep it stable under the most demanding conditions. The SO-282C reaches a maximum working height of 166 cm. In contrast, the minimum working height of this tripod is only 12.5 cm, which is fine for working low to the ground. Despite its light weight of only 1.49 kilograms, it has a carrying capacity of 25 kilograms.
The Leofoto LS-364C tripod has a maximum working height of 148 cm without the ball head. When folded, however, this tripod is only 54 centimeters and the minimum working height is 8 centimeters! Despite its light weight of only 1.77 kilograms, this Ranger has a load capacity of no less than 25 kilograms. The tripod comes with a carrying bag, multitool and spikes. A center column and ball head are available separately.
The GC-404C Geared center column can be used in combination with tripods where you can remove the 100 mm tripod plate, such as the larger tripods of the Summit series. A geared center column is particularly useful if you want to adjust the height with exact precision. Accurate adjustment with a normal center column can sometimes be difficult if you have a heavy camera mounted on the ballhead. With the turning crank of the GC-404C from Leofoto, you can adjust the height by 14mm with each complete swing.