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Key Features Safety ã Two-way pan head for smooth motion ã Never set up or pull down a tripod ã Gear-driven center column while a camera is mounted with friction control ã Do not move the tripod or adjust the legs ã Auto-lock, quick-release mounting while a camera is mounted ã Three-section legs break down ã Do not exceed the maximum weight capacity to a compact 26.5 (67.3 cm) of the tripod ã Separate pan and tilt locks ã Never leave a camera unatte
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  Key eatures Safety ã Two-way pan head for smooth motion ã Never set up or pull down a tripod ã Gear-driven center column while a camera is mounted with friction control ã Do not move the tripod or adjust the legs ã Auto-lock , quick-release mounting while a camera is mounted ã Three-section legs break down ã Do not exceed the maximum weight capacity to a compact 26.5   (67.3 cm) of the tripod ã Separate pan and tilt locks ã Never leave a camera unattended on the tripod ã Bubble level for accurate setup ã The camera should be securely fastened to the ã Mid-level spreader for stability on uneven surfaces quick-release mounting plate before mounting ã Full 360 0 pan range onto the tripod ã 15 Ib (6 .8 kg) load capacity ã Never mount a camera to the tripod ã 64 .3 (163 em) to 25   (63.5 cm) height range until all tripod legs are locked and stabilized ã 26.5 (67.3 cm) folded length ã Never raise or lower the center column by ã Carry case with shoulder strap pushing or pulling the head ã 4.5 Ib (2 kg) weight ã Do not stand on, rest on, or hang anything from the mid-level spreader ã Do not attempt to remove the mid-level spreader ã Do not lift or move the tripod by the head ã Keep hands clear of the inside of the legs , to avoid trapping fingers ã The safe operation of the tripod is the responsibility of the user Lock Knob Pan   TiltJPan Bar Hand i Crank Trip od Le g - Bubble Level Locking Mid-Level Spreader Leg Flip-Locks Foot --- ---  Setting p Your Tripod Step 1: Assess Shooting Area To set up your tripod begin by removing the tripod from the box and/or carry case. Assess your shooting area to determine a stable area to set up your camera. Step 2: Extend l gs Always extend the legs from the top flip locks first. Pull each flip lock and extend the leg to its desired height. Match the length of the legs and relock the flip locks. Step 7: Remove the Mounting Plate Rotate the mounting plate lock so that the flat side is against the mounting plate . The mounting plate will pop free. Tearing Down Your Tripod ll images are for illustrative purposes only Your tripod may look slightly different Step 8: Mount Camera to Plate Attach the mounting plate to your camera. Be certain that the retractable alignment pin sets into its pocket on the camera . Screw the threaded stud on the plate into the bottom of the camera. Step 1: Unmount Camera Rotate the mounting plate lock forward until the mounting plate pops free. Lift the camera up and out until it is free of the tripod. Step 3: Spread the Tripod Plant the front leg of the tripod. Lift the back two legs and pull back to spread the tripod to the full extension of the mid-level spreader. Check the float level to verify that the tripod is level. Readjust the legs if necessary. lock the mid-level spreader by rotating the knob clockwise . Step 9: Mount Camera to Tripod Make certain that your tripod legs are locked and the tripod is stable and ready for mounting your camera. From the right side of the tripod slide the mounting plate down and left onto the tripod head. Push down until the mounting plate clicks. Release the center column fock knob. Using the crank lower the center column all the way dow Secure the lock knob and fold the hand crank down.  Step 4: Raise Center Column If you need to raise the center column unlock the cen ter column by turning the locking knob co unterclockwise. Use t he hand crank to raise or lower th e head platform. Never raise or lo we r the h ea d by pushing or pulling the head. Step 5: Set the Tilt Release the tilt lock . Using the pan/tilt bar set the tilt so that the head is flat and ready for mounting your camera . Retighten the tilt lock . Step 11: Pan Release the pan lock knob. Using the pan/tilt bar move the tripod left or right to pan . Step 12: Tilt Release the tilt lock knob. Using the pan/tilt bar   move the tripod up or down to tilt. Step 1 : Start Shooting If you do not need to pan or tilt during your shot   keep the pan and tilt knobs locked. Step 3: Collapse the Tripod Unlock the mid-level spreader. Push the l egs to ge ther collapsing the mid-level spreader. Step 4: Shorten Legs Release the flip-locks and slide each leg section to its closed position. Secure the flip-locks. Release the pan and tilt locks and fold the pan/tilt bar to the legs. Step 6: Set the Pan Angle Release the pan lock . Using the pan/tilt bar   rotate the head to set the head in the direction you will be shooting. Retighten the pan lock. Step 5: Store in Carry Case Store your tripod in its carry case until the next shoot. You can leave the mounting plate attached to your camera for qu i ck mounting.
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