Brand: Sky-Watcher

Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Tripod (S20555)

050234205559

Brand: Sky-Watcher

Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Tripod (S20555)

050234205559

$130.00 CAD

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$130.00 CAD

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Star Adventurer Mini and Star Adventurer Tripod. Telescoping legs with accessory tray for stability. May also be used with Star Adventurer Tripod Extension and compatible with AZ-GT series and AZ5 mounts.

This aluminum tripod has an adjustable height between 25 in. to just under 45 in. with a base footprint of 36 in. extended. The diameter of the legs are a standard 1.25 in. and has 3/8 in. mounting screws with 16 threads per inch. 

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sky watcher tripod

good solid tripod for moderate heavy equipment

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Solid tripod that performs surprisingly well for the price...

Purchased from All-Star early this year, and have used this enough now to give an accurate review. I was interested in this to do quick setup pictures of variable stars using my Astrotrac and as a supplement to my main equatorial mount.
For portable shorter focal length astrophotography, this fits the bill perfectly. I have not seen or used a terrestrial photography tripod even close to this price range that offers the same stability. Leg compression locks have been easy to lock and have held all night without issue. The 3/8" center pin **** has been easy to torque by hand, and I have not had the base back off, an issue I have experienced before on other tripods - requiring excessive force as time goes by to keep everything in place. The center tray is a little fiddly to lock, but really adds to the stability once in place and has enough room for a battery pack or two and a dewstrap controller. Very happy with this so far. You can keep the tripod collapsed enough to easily allow quick grab-and-go setups when your schedule and weather allows. This makes a good compromise between being transportable and being astrophotography stable - and gets the slightly greater emphasis on stability correct, in my opinion. Recommended.

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