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Vanguard Introduce Two New VEO 2GO Travel Tripods

Vanguard have introduced two new VEO 2GO Travel Tripods which extend to 166cm and can take 10kg of kit.

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Vanguard have announced two new models for the VEO 2GO collection of tripods, originally launched at The Photography Show 2019

The new tripods are a carbon fibre and aluminium version of the same design - the VEO 2GO 265. They feature a new Arca Swiss compatible ball head, the BH-102, which gives the tripods their ability to hold 10kg of kit. This makes the new models suitable for pro-level mirrorless or DSLR kits. 

The monopod leg on the new models has also been improved to make it quicker to set up - using the central column and the leg to creater a monopod that folds down to 48cm but extends to 170cm. 

Both of the new models extend to 166cm tall, making them ideal for taller photographers, and include a separate pan lock, a choice of rubber and spiked feet, and a reversible central column for macro/low angle shots. 

The two new models fold down to 41cm, with the aluminium model weighing 1660g and the carbon fibre model weighing 1415g. 


Pricing and availability

The Vanguard VEO 2GO 265HABM and 265HCBM are both available now on the Vanguard website, at the following price points:


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