Sirui Announces N-S Series Professional Tripods
Sirui has announced the N-S Series tripods with magnesium alloy leg sockets and spider, an accessory connecting port, new streamlined design and hidden monopod leg.
Available in both aluminum and carbon fiber, Sirui said the N-S series features a four-section aluminum model at $189.99 that features a twist leg lock system, anti-slip leg warmers included on all three legs, magnesium alloy leg sockets and spider. The leg converts to monopod and offers a reversible center column. It has a six year warranty.
A four-section carbon fiber tripod at $359.99 features a twist leg lock system, anti-slip leg warmers included on all three legs, magnesium alloy leg sockets and spider. The leg converts to monopod and offers a reversible center column. It also has a six year warranty.
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