The 3-Legged Thing Legends Ray is the ultimate, ultra-compact, micro-travel tripod, pairing incredible portability with strength and stability. It can easily handle heavy camera setups with up to 30kg payload support. It’s paired with an AirHed VU ball head that has silky smooth movement and control over pan, tilt, and ball lock. With 30kg payload capacity, Ray can support weights of 24 times his own weight making him a powerful tool for photographers of all levels.
Detachable Legs, Removable and Reversible Column
It features 5-section legs which can be independently positioned at 23°, 55°, and 80° angles, providing flexible support options. With three detachable legs, removable and reversible column, and multiple mounting points, Bucky is a new breed of tripods. Additionally, a twist-lock system for each section with a rubber grip, ensuring set-up is quick and easy in any weather.
The tripod extends to a maximum height of 138.3cm, with a twist-lock system for each section featuring a rubber grip, ensuring set-up is quick and easy in any weather. Each of the 5 section legs can be independently set at three different angles allowing you to use the tripod from an incredibly low height of just 10.4cm off the ground. It folds down to an easy-to-pack 35.6cm with the head, making it a great travel companion as well.
The Bucky tripod can be used as a monopod or selfie stick. With 3/8-inch threads on either end, the Tri-mount centre column plate can be attached to the leg for easy camera mounting, further extending the tripod’s convenience and versatility. Besides, the monopod extends to a maximum height of 144cm
AirHed Vu Ball Head with Arca-Type Quick Release Plate
The AirHed Vu ball head is a beautifully crafted, multi-functional ball-head, precision engineered from aircraft-grade magnesium alloy, and furnished with stainless steel fixings. It features an Arca-Swiss quick-release mounting plate plus three different control kobs, all knurled for maximum grip and leverage. The AirHed Vu's casing includes a vision panel which enables users to see the inner mechanism which controls the ball.