3 Legged Thing has introduced a big replace to its entry-level Punks range of tripods, unveiling the Corey, Travis, Brian and Billy 2.0.
The new 3 Legged Thing Punks 2.0 tripods now characteristic 3 removable legs, permitting customers to transform them into monopods or booms. 3LT’s new Vanz tripod ft, offered one by one, also are suitable with the Punks 2.0 tripods, enabling you to transform them into tabletop helps.
3 Legged Thing has additionally given its Punks 2.0 tripods the similar anti-rotation shims that characteristic in its Pro Range 2.0 and Legends tripods, making improvements to their balance when the legs are totally prolonged.
Other upgrades to the twist lock tripods come with thicker leg locks, which 3 Legged Thing says lowers the tripod’s centre of gravity. The leg locks additionally characteristic a brand new external design with rubber pads that offer a greater grip and leverage in rainy stipulations.
The Punks 2.0 tripod canopies additionally all now come with an built-in 1⁄4”-20 thread for attaching an adjunct arm on your tripod.
Which 3 Legged Thing Punks 2.0 tripod is right for you?
The Punks Travis 2.0 is geared toward newbies and scholars – individuals who desire a flexible all-rounder. The Corey 2.0 is a small, light-weight magnesium alloy tripod geared toward commute photographers.
3LT’s Punks Billy 2.0 is a carbon fibre common use tripod that appeals to all images, whilst the carbon fibre Brian 2.0 is light-weight and compact sufficient for commute, but inflexible sufficient for landscapes.
The Billy 2.0 and Travis 2.0 have 4 part legs and a one-section column. Brian 2.0 has 5 part legs and a two-section column, as does the Corey 2.0.
The 3 Legged Thing Punks Billy 2.0 ticket is £289.99 / $339.99 / €289.99. The Brian 2.0 ticket is £299.99 / $349.99 / €299.99. The Corey 2.0 ticket is £199.99 / $239.99 / €199.99. The Travis 2.0 ticket is £199.99 / $239.99 / €199.99.