INNOREL RT90C Systematic Tripod 63in/160cm Professional Carbon Fiber Heavy Duty Camera Tripod Max Tube 40mm Max Load 88lb/40kg with 75mm Bowl Adapter Tripod Bag Spikes Ultra Stable(Tripod+BL75N)

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INNOREL RT90C Systematic Tripod 63in/160cm Professional Carbon Fiber Heavy Duty Camera Tripod Max Tube 40mm Max Load 88lb/40kg with 75mm Bowl Adapter Tripod Bag Spikes Ultra Stable(Tripod+BL75N)

INNOREL RT90C Systematic Tripod 63in/160cm Professional Carbon Fiber Heavy Duty Camera Tripod Max Tube 40mm Max Load 88lb/40kg with 75mm Bowl Adapter Tripod Bag Spikes Ultra Stable(Tripod+BL75N)

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The response from Innorel was fast, professional and they took the time to break down some of the pros of the RT85C vs another model they sell themselves which was more expensive. I liked that honesty. The feet attached to the Innorel RT90C on delivery are rubber, and 2.5cm spikes are included. The feet are attached by a ⅜” screw and there are many tripod feet of that fitting on the market. Mounting a Head

INNOREL RT90C Systematic Tripod 63in/160cm Professional

Table comparing tripods of similar type using manufacturers information (* prices available online at time of writing) Cost and Major Differences Many PRS (Precision Rifle Series) shooters recommended the Innorel RT80C, but since its limit is 20 kg, I went for the bigger brother RT90C with a 40 kg capacity. This way the limit would be on my side, and I wouldn’t have to worry if I loaded it with a really heavy rifle with gadgets. The Innorel tripods are Made in China. I know some people will have issues with that, the decision is yours. The ball head from Really Right Stuff is Made in the USA. I think it’s interesting to combine these two solutions and see where it leads to. High-end meets low-end. This is a tall tripod. I'm 190cm and without a ball head, it extends to my height, with the centre column raised. I prefer not to use a centre column for stability so with it down, and with a ball head and camera attached, it's almost at my eye level - no more stooping down for me (for fully extended tripod photos at least). That said, with the centre column extended, stability is extremely good. I wouldn't use it like this in high winds but it's very solid.I haven’t tried the model you’re considering, so I can’t comment on it. The RT90-C may be larger and heavier than you’d like, but it is well worth the money.

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I use 500 and 600mm F4’s and first tried the RT-80c (for travel) as the weight rating appeared to be adequate. However, when it arrived, the legs were not sturdy enough for long glass. There was way too much wobble. For short glass, the 80-C should work. I returned it and replaced it with the RT_90C. The 90-C met all my expectations and the bowl head is great and easy to use. For a low cost heavy duty tripod, the RT-90C is worth it.

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Folded, the length is a compact 59 cm (23″) with a weight of 2.9 kg (6.3 lb). With full extension, the RT90C reaches 160 cm (63″). The tripod can go low as well, the minimum height is 55 cm (22″). Just remember that normally you have some kind of ball head or other attachment systems on top of this. I have been using the Innorel RT90C for a couple of months, and have found it to be excellent. It is remarkably easy to use, nothing is fiddly and at no point does anything feel fragile. This reminds me of an older thread from June 2019, where the OP Jorginho bought this Innorel 80 tripod. Maybe you can find something helpful in his thread: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/62808125 i have it too, the only problem i've had is too tighten the guimbal head on the tripod, i've found the head tend to get loose... tried to fix it, but it seems impossible.



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