The TRENTKIT2 is made up of 3 Legged Thing’s professional magnesium-alloy Trent monopod and Docz2 Foot Stabiliser (monopod stand). Solid, stable and rugged, Trent extends over 2m tall and offers a load capacity of up to 30kg. The Docz2 is a foot stabiliser with ball head that adds a stable, solid base for monopods with no flexing. The legs also fold upwards making it easy to transport.
Specifications: 3 Legged Thing Trent Monopod
- Load Capacity: 30 kg
- Monopod Weight: 634 g
- Monopod min Height: 610 mm
- Monopod max Height: 2030 mm
- Folded Height: 610 mm
- Maximum Leg Tubing Diameter: 29 mm
- Leg Sections: 4 - (29, 26, 23 & 20 mm)
- Foot Thread: 1/4"-20 / 3/8"-16
- Material: magnesium-alloy
3 Legged Thing Punks Trent Magnesium Alloy Monopod
Specifications: Docz2 Foot Stabiliser
- Weight: 496 g
- Folded length: 165 mm
- Base diameter folded: 90 mm
- Height in-use: 90 mm
- Base diameter open: 300 mm
- Maximum load capacity: 20 kg
- Thread size: 3/8"-16
Trent features 3 Legged Thing's unique bubble grip technology on the leg locks and top grip, which provides greater leverage, more secure grip, and added water-dispersement in damp conditions. With a maximum load capability of 30kg, Trent is also strong enough to be used laterally as a microphone or camera boom.
Trent paired with Docz2 - a rugged foot stabiliser designed specifically to add stability to monopods. With an alloy base construction, a rugged ABS top cover and rubber boot adjuster, Docz2 adds a stable, solid base for monopods with no flexing. The rubber adjuster controls the friction lock on Docz2's ball mount, enabling a smooth panning motion for action and sports photography. The ball mount has a 1/4"-20 thread with an additional 3/8"-16 adapter, and can be locked upright for extra stability. Docz2 is equally useful as a mini tripod for low level or table top use. Its 1/4"-20 mount allows cameras to be mounted directly on to the ball, or a tripod head can be added, by using the supplied 3/8"-16 adapter. Docz2's legs fold upwards, creating a more compact footprint for transportation.
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