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3 Legged Thing Announce The Return Of Brian

3 Legged Thing have announced the return of the Brian travel tripod with improvements.

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3 Legged Thing Announce The Return Of Brian: 3 legged thing Brian

3 Legged Thing have announced the return of the Brian travel tripod, after refining and improving the design. 

Part of the Punks range which also includes the Billy tripod, Brian weighs 1.45kg and folds down to 41cm. The Brian has a maximum height of 1.87m and has a 2 section central column as well as 5 leg sections. 

Designed and engineered in Stagsden, England, Punks Brian is made from eight layers of 100% pure pre-preg carbon fibre, and includes all the premium features users expect from 3 Legged Thing tripods. These include a detachable monopod leg; patented Tri-mount plate which allows the attachment of accessories; removable and reversible centre column; ultra-low-level shooting using the widest 80 ̊ leg angle; and ergonomic, water-dispersing bubble-grips which provide better leverage, even in damp conditions. 

Brian is available to pre-order now from the 3 Legged Thing website. 

 

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