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Friday, May 30, 2008

Induro Introduces Adventure Series Tripods

InduroTraveler.jpgElmsford, NY – May 28, 2008 – Induro, manufacturer of professional quality tripods, monopods and heads, announced a new line of tripods aimed at budget-conscious photographers. Called the Induro Adventure Series, each model comes as a complete kit, including tripod, head and carrying case. Ease of operation, quality and strength are integrated into a lightweight, compact design. The tripod is made from an advanced combination of magnesium and aluminum alloy and features quick lock legs, a precisely matched interchangeable ball head and a quick release plate.

To accommodate uneven terrain, awkward shooting situations or for low angle shooting, the Adventure Series Tripod provides a 3-position leg angle adjustment. Each leg can be independently adjusted by pulling the sliding leg angle lock out and selecting one of the three step positions (24, 55 or 80 degrees). Each leg section can also be independently adjusted to the desired length by pulling open the flip-style leg lock levers.

The Adventure Series Tripod offers the ability to reverse the center column, which has a grooved slot to prevent unwanted rotation, for close-up photography, copy work and for difficult to reach objects. The single action ball-locking lever controls all movements, and a quick release plate system allows quick connecting and disconnecting from the head. Extra plates are available for lenses and additional camera bodies. The head and camera mounting platform move freely, providing a 90-degree vertical angle and a 360-degrees rotation. A deluxe carrying bag with strap is included.

For more information visit http://www.Indurogear.com.


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