3 Legged Thing's Ultimate Travel Tripod Is Back!

Brian, the world's most versatile travel tripod from 3 Legged Thing, is back.

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The world’s most versatile travel tripod system is BACK. 3 Legged Thing have reintroduced their iconic travel tripod, Brian, after a 3-year hiatus. Fully refined and re-engineered, Brian returns as part of 3LT’s Punks range.


3 Legged Thing Punks Brian Carbon Fibre Travel Tripod System from 3leggedthing on Vimeo.

3 Legged Thing's Ultimate Travel Tripod Is Back!: Brian folded

The Long and the Short of It

What do you do when you need a compact and lightweight tripod, but you also need a tripod which gives you versatility and height? Being able to pack a tripod into luggage or a camera bag is a key requirement for travel photographers, but without having to compromise on capability. Offering the very best of both worlds, Brian folds to just 41cm / 16.5” for storage and transportation, and has the most versatile working range of any tripod in the world, extending from just 11cm from the ground, to the dizzying heights of 1.87m / 74” thanks to five-section legs, and two-section centre column.


3 Legged Thing's Ultimate Travel Tripod Is Back!: Brian extended

Many travel photographers like to explore off the beaten track, so prefer not to carry too much extra weight. With 3LT’s trademark carbon fibre, the purest of its kind, Brian is not only compact when folded, but ultra light at just 1.45 kg / 3.1 lb.


3 Legged Thing's Ultimate Travel Tripod Is Back!: Brian monopod

Like all 3 Legged Thing tripods, Brian features a detachable monopod leg; patented Tri-mount plate for the attachment of accessories; three optimised leg angles, including ultra-low shooting using the widest 80 degree leg angle; a removable and reversible centre column; a D-ring for the attachment of additional weight, bag or strap, and water dispersing twist locks which provide better leverage, enabling users to adjust the sections even in the wet and cold.


3 Legged Thing's Ultimate Travel Tripod Is Back!: Brian 180 degree leg angle

For low level shooting, Brian really gets down to it. With the centre column removed, the tripod can be used as low as 11 cm / 4.3 “ – perfect for that low-level landscape perspective shot, or for macro work down on the ground.


3 Legged Thing's Ultimate Travel Tripod Is Back!: 3LT Brian 2 colours

3 Legged Thing is known for its innovative technology and stunning engineering aesthetics. Brian is available in two colour options  – Punks blue and grey combo, with copper accents, and Punks Anarchy matte black with accents of British Racing Green.

Brian is available now from your local camera retailer and from 3 Legged Thing’s website

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Umberto_V Avatar
10 Apr 2018 8:24AM
Is this an April fool?
emmaK22 Avatar
emmaK22 Plus
12 166 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2018 10:34AM
Hi Umberto,

Not at all, this is a real tripod! It's 3LT's most versatile travel tripod to date.
tttfoto Avatar
tttfoto 21 592 Germany
11 Apr 2018 1:54PM
Nice tripod, but does anyone know the name of the rucksack used in the video ???
Umberto_V Avatar
24 Apr 2018 4:46PM
It looks well made and reasonably priced for what it is. British designed and made plus they don't take themselves too seriously which i like also e.g. calling it Brian Grin

I think we need a Kevin and a Dave also.


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