Heavy tripod


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looking for solid tripod that is heavy to carry.

should be much cheaper then solid tripod that is light to carry right?

recommendations if there are any. Take it budget is $100 there, a bonus if it comes with a head.
 

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Funny....:bsmilie:
being practical mah, i cannot afford solid tripod that is light..have to settle for solid heavyweight lah. Steel frame also can.

if anyone got see at cash converter or sungei road, do tell.

This one also snook me big time man

Hold on, let me find the heaviest tripod possible for him
as long cheap, thank you in advance..
 

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being practical mah, i cannot afford solid tripod that is light..have to settle for solid heavyweight lah. Steel frame also can.

if anyone got see at cash converter or sungei road, do tell.



as long cheap, thank you in advance..
On a more serious note, I have a Manfrotto 190CLB and 486RC2 ball head for sale.

I think together it weighs about 3 tonnes.

Ok, I'm exaggerating. But it is pretty freaking heavy. You interested?
 

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This one also snook me big time man

Hold on, let me find the heaviest tripod possible for him

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Try this one. If it can hold a GPMG, it is definitely freaking heavy

I got carry for roadmarch...pretty light imo but the rotation is good, just that not so good support for full auto....most of the time use burst firing for accuracy. deployment also troublesome...main issue will be the height.
 

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On a more serious note, I have a Manfrotto 190CLB and 486RC2 ball head for sale.

I think together it weighs about 3 tonnes.

Ok, I'm exaggerating. But it is pretty freaking heavy. You interested?
I wasnt kidding, if its cheap and solid...i really dont mind. Light and solid the price too much for me.
 

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