With a cage-like apex, twist locks and lever angle adjustments, the Centennial is agile and user-friendly without sacrificing any stability. For both the 2-Series and 4-Series options, the tripods have light and rigid carbon fiber legs available with aluminum apexes and leg joints.
Excess Weight (And Cost) Eliminated
Magnesium casting has long been the favorite process for mass production of industry leaders such as Manfrotto, Gitzo, Induro, Vanguard and many others. Compared to CNC machining, cast molding is significantly less expensive and the manufacturing time is greatly reduced.
When you CNC machining products from solid blocks of metal, you're able to get stronger and more precise parts with incredibly durable and beautiful finishes not possible with cast molding.
Twist-Locks & Spring-Loaded Top-Locks.
The Centennial Tripod features twist locks, which are much faster and easier to use than the flip-locks that are often reserved for lower end tripods.
Spring-loaded top-locks make swiveling the tripod legs in and out possible with one-hand. Available in both CNC machined aluminum and titanium, the Centennial 4-section tripods are sleek, light, and compact enough to take anywhere - even on the airplane.