Sirui Introduces SR Series of Pro Tripods

Sirui has debuted the SR Series Tripods, which add a new level of stability and versatility for videographers and photographers.

Sirui said the new SR series supports more than 55 pounds and reach heights of over 80 inches with the optional center column. They are available in three different models, with an optional two stage center column.

The Model SUSR-3203 three-section carbon fiber video and photo tripod ($660.99) has a twist leg lock system that is deployed with a half turn. It weighs 4.4 pounds has a removable top plate that easily converts the tripod into a video tripod with 75mm bowl.

The Model SUSR-3204 ($779.99) is a four-section carbon fiber video and photo tripod weighing 4.4 pounds, while the Model SUSR-3004 ($449.99) is a four-section aluminum video and photo tripod weighing 5.5 pounds. All models support 55 pounds.

A carbon fiber center ($149.99) for the SR tripods weighs 1.1 pound and a leveling ball set for the SR series is priced at $74.99.

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