The Berlebach REPORT 272 Astronomy Tripod is a workhorse that offers a new, modular mounting head.
The light magnesium mounting head serves as module for 10 different inserts which are suitable for a variety of small telescope mounts. The module insert can be changed using a special wrench which is included with the tripod. The fixation in the cone ensures a positive-locking, clearance-free connection of the components.
The Berlebach REPORT 272 Astronomy Tripod is constructed artfully of Ash wood and finished in its natural color. Additional colors are available including green, nutwood brown, black, titanium grey and camouflage.
While the Berlebach REPORT 272 is lightweight and transportable, these tripods are very stiff. Thanks to its stop system, it is possible to set angles of spread at approx. 20°, 40°, 60°, 80° and 100° by means of a wing catch. The stop system is designed in such a way that the specified loads of the tripods are guaranteed at a maximum inclination of the tripod legs. At the end of each leg are adjustable thread-mounted rubber ball feet to provide a slip-resistant footing. Each foot can be adjusted by turning it up or down for precision leveling.
Berlebach REPORT 272 Astronomy Tripod specifications include:
– Weight: .,60 kg = 7.94 lbs.
– Packed length: 74 cm = 29 inches
– Minimum height: 70 cm = 28 inches
– Maximum height: 116 cm = 46 inches
– Load tolerance: 20.00 kg = 44.09 lbs.
– 100% secure assembly: Legs cannot slip away
– Fast assembly: The deposit tray is fixed by only one screw
– Legs spread: Optimized at an angle of 23 degrees
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