ProMediaGear TR424L 42mm Series Reviews?

2 years 3 months ago #600581 by Evan Westwood
Hey guys, any of you with anything to share about this tripod please?

www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1331317-R...SABEgK6evD_BwE&smp=y

I was considering RRS, but a friend sent me this link.  Never heard of this company, however it doesn't look to be a bad tripod.  Surprised there is only 1 review on this page.  

Thanks 


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2 years 2 months ago #602155 by Silver Fox
Hey Evan,

When my RRS dies and goes to heaven, I'll be moving to one of these TR424's.  A buddy bought one and I've seen in person.  It's incredible built tripod.  VERY sturdy.  You'll spend a few bucks for one.  However IMO you get your money's worth here.  


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2 years 2 months ago #602163 by Nikon Shooter
In the higher end of tripods, it is getting quite cloudy these
days: RRS, Gitzo, Algonquin, ProMedia… are all fighting on
the same market

The beefiest tripod is still a Gitzo… I got 4 of them (Serie 5)
because I could get them in a special deal. Otherwise, I could
have gone for any of these brands.

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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2 years 2 months ago #602257 by Glen Martin
Promedia has been popping up more lately, however only 2 reviews on B&H.  I literally just last night booked marked  www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1086836-R...on_fiber_tripod.html   that page to post a question about this tripod today.  Never heard of this company.  Tripod seems well built, but the legs thickness is not shown.  Any idea how many mm the legs are?  


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2 years 2 months ago #602304 by Evan Westwood
Man, I'm so on the fence.  And  now you made it more of a decision with that Jobo one.  But it doesn't show the thickness?  Or is it a 36mm from the name?


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2 years 2 months ago #602312 by Nikon Shooter

Evan Westwood wrote: Man, I'm so on the fence.  And  now you made it more of a decision with that Jobo one.  But it doesn't show the thickness?  Or is it a 36mm from the name?


You get all the info here… great tool!

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2 years 2 months ago #603099 by Steve Zahra
2 reviews on there now.  :)

Go to the manufactures page, these model is sold out.  Must be a sign.  


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2 years 2 months ago #603342 by Ted Baker
Who wants to be my secret Santa this year and get me one of these?  


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2 years 2 months ago #603379 by Richard K Photography
Wait, can you use any ball head on this tripod or does it need to be their own ball head?  


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2 years 2 months ago #603565 by Tony Imaging

Nikon Shooter wrote: In the higher end of tripods, it is getting quite cloudy these
days: RRS, Gitzo, Algonquin, ProMedia… are all fighting on
the same market

The beefiest tripod is still a Gitzo… I got 4 of them (Serie 5)
because I could get them in a special deal. Otherwise, I could
have gone for any of these brands.


4?  Do you use all of them?  What is the thickness of the legs? 


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2 years 2 months ago #603576 by No Show

Evan Westwood wrote: Hey guys, any of you with anything to share about this tripod please?

www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1331317-R...SABEgK6evD_BwE&smp=y

I was considering RRS, but a friend sent me this link.  Never heard of this company, however it doesn't look to be a bad tripod.  Surprised there is only 1 review on this page.  

Thanks 


It's a well built tripod!  A friend has one he picked up used on CL.  Very well built.  

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2 years 2 months ago #604478 by Alvin K
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