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INNOREL RT90C Systematic Tripod 63in/160cm Professional Carbon Fiber Heavy Duty Camera Tripod Max Tube 40mm Max Load 88lb/40kg with 75mm Bowl Adapter Tripod Bag Spikes Ultra Stable(Tripod+BL75N)

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JP Rifles PCS-12 in 6.5 Creedmoor in Magpul Dark Earth with B&T Suppressor and cover from Cole-Tac. Sight is a Schmidt & Bender 3-27×56 PMII with an Aimpoint ACRO C1 in a Spuhr mount. Magazine from Oberland.

INNOREL Low Profile Tripod Ball Head 52mm Ball Dia Max Load INNOREL Low Profile Tripod Ball Head 52mm Ball Dia Max Load

About the weight rating, hmm, I don't know if 20 kg actually means 20 kg. But even if these 20 kg are closer to 10 or 12 kg, I think it still would be enough for most camera/lens combos plus a ballhead/videohead.

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The bowl diameter of only 58 or 60mm looks a bit unusual; I think what you find much more often are bowl diameters of 75 and 100mm. The centre column on the RT85C is removable so you can choose how you want to use it. I had to ask them about this to receive the instructions and they don't seem to advertise it anywhere but I'm glad I went for this version now for sure as I can choose what I want. Note that all the solutions here require your system to have the Arca-Swiss Interface. For instance, the JP PCS-12 AR-10 (above and below) has the Magpul M-LOK Dovetail Adapter and the H&K MR223 has the SHADOWTECH ARCA RC2 MLOK connector. For cameras or lenses, there are several adapters. Just type “ARCA” in any online photo store or at Brownells.

Innorel tripod? - Digital Photography Review Anyone use an Innorel tripod? - Digital Photography Review

One of the most important features of a tripod is its legs. In this case, the maximum leg tube diameter is 40 mm and the minimum is 29 mm (1,6″-1,14″). This is larger than most other tripods. The legs are made of 10 layers of carbon fiber and the maximum load for this tripod is 40 kg (88 lb). Heavier and more expensive, oh well, but I think the Innorel 90 maybe might be the better choice (mainly thinking about the 40mm diameter of the top leg segments and the bigger bowl diameter). The only significant disadvantage is that I also use a geared head. This works fine with the centre column fitted. On the plate and bowl fittings movement can restricted when the geared head meets the tripod. This is a feature of tripods with this size base rather than a specific Innorel RT90C issue.

I have clips and twists and the finger screws on my old Manfrotto 3001 tripods. I DEFINITELY prefer the clips, at least the Manfrotto clips. It seems like it would make a very compact, light weight but incredibly sturdy travel tripod for a pretty incredible price. I have several Manfrotto tripods including a nice set of 055 3 segment carbon fiber legs. The Innorel seems like it would be lighter, more compact, higher weight rating and considerably sturdier with no center column.

INNOREL LT364C Systematic Tripod 63in/160cm Professional INNOREL LT364C Systematic Tripod 63in/160cm Professional

The rubber feet are screw on types and can be replaced with the included metal spikes. These fit well and work great so far.You had me very concerned with this post! Until I looked up the size and weight of your equipment (Thank you for taking the time to maintain your equipment list). I looked at and admired the RT_90 but I am not looking for something that big as I already have big sturdy tripods covered. As a rough guide I would say avoid things like filters, filter holders and lenses on there. Definitely consider LED lights (Godox), Flashes (Yonguo) and things like the cheap collapsible photography studios. Below: Top-to-bottom: Pulsar Trail 2 LRF XP50 on a Ruger Precision Rifle. The rest you know. Planet Mars.

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