Dutch Hill GT2000CF Tripod, Carbon Fiber Legs

Dutch Hill GT2000CF Tripod, Carbon Fiber Legs

$399.00
Price: From $394.00 to $409.00

Brand: Dutch Hill Corporation

SKU: GT-2000CF

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Dutch Hill GT2000CF Tripod, Carbon Fiber Legs

  • The GT2000CF has all the same features of our popular 2000 series tripod, but with the additional benefits of carbon fiber legs.
  • Carbon fiber-reinforced tubing adds greater strength with less weight, making this tripod of choice for those times you need to pack in for your setup.
  • Wide Frame extension leg design
  • Thermoplastic, stainless and aluminum components for durability and corrosion resistance
  • Quick Lock positive clamping leg adjustment provides for quick and easy setups
  • Replaceable stainless steel foot point
  • Weight: 10.75 lbs. (4.87 kg)
  • Capacity test: 100 lbs. (45.5 kg)
  • Length extended: 81.5” (207 cm)
  • Length collapsed: 45.5” (115.6 cm) 
  • Head Area: 25”² (63.5 cm²)
  • Head: Composite or Aluminum
  • Color: Black or Yellow Legs
  • Max work load: 50 lbs (22.6 kg)
  • 5 year warranty
General Dutch Hill Tripod Info:
  • All Dutch Hill tripods are made with composite parts for superior strength.
  • The result is a product that will provide a stable and accurate platform and provide many years of service. 
  • Dutch Hill offers two types of legs constructed of pultruded tubing with your choice of reinforcement.
  • The standard tubing reinforcement is fiberglass, it offers high durability.
  • The optional choice is carbon-fiber, it offers lighter weight and greater stiffness. 
  • The feet and intermediate brackets are all made of Valox®, a thermoplastic that offers excellent dimensional stability and resistance to harsh conditions like cold, moisture and chemicals.
  • The two types of heads offered are made of either Valox® (composite) or aluminum.
  • Fasteners and components used on Dutch Hill tripods are made of stainless steel or aluminum for excellent corrosion resistance.

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