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Good news from MAGNESIT: Small, stable and mobile – the compact travel tripod CULLMANN MAGNESIT 522T for high-quality photography / videography.

21. September 2010

Langenzenn (Germany), 21st September 2010 – The letter T in the model designation of the MAGNESIT 522T already reveals what this tripod is meant for. T stands for Travel and that is what the CULLMANN MAGNESIT 522T is extremely well suited for. Together with the ball head CB5.1 it is as light as only 1.7 kg and, with its packed dimension of only 39 cm, it can be perfectly stowed.

The tripod MAGNESIT 522 from the existing MAGNESIT tripod line forms the solid basis of the MAGNESIT 522T. Tripod star, adjusting components and coupling sleeves are made of magnesium and the torsionally rigid tripod legs are made of black anodised aluminium. As for all the MAGNESIT tripods, the tripod leg clamping system of the MAGNESIT 522T can also be readjusted quickly and easily using the included Allen wrench. The screw-on ball head CB5.1 from the CULLMANN CX series, which is also included, is the ideal tripod head for the MAGNESIT 522T. Made of aluminium, the CB5.1 has a load-carrying capacity of 2 kg and thus guarantees a safe support also for  DSLR cameras.

With a packed dimension of only 39 cm and the practical convertible variant for transport purposes the CULLMANN MAGNESIT 522T can be easily stowed in every backpack or bag. As a secondary (additional) tripod it is ideal for travels, but also as a compact tripod for perfect table top photography.

Convinced of its own quality, CULLMANN offers a 10 year warranty on the  MAGNESIT line.

Features:


•    10 year warranty
•    small, light and stable
•    small packed dimension (39 cm) and low weight (1.7 kg)
•    ideal travel tripod for ambitious amateurs
•    made of magnesium and aluminium
•    all the advantages of the successful MAGNESIT tripod line
•    including aluminium ball head CB5.1


Availability:
The tripod MAGNESIT 522T will be available as from Nov/Dec 2010.