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Benro Rhino tripods out now

Posted on Oct 8, 2020

Camera accessory giant Benro has released a new line of Rhino tripods. The four models also come with new VX ball heads to complete the set-up.

The range seeks to cater for photographers of all needs, whether travelling light or setting up for a sturdy and static studio shoot. The smallest of the four Benro Rhino tripods weighs just 1.2kg and measures 35cm when folded, offering a maximum capacity of 10kg. The largest tripod extends to over 170cm and carries a max payload of 20kg, offering support for a much wider range of gear.

All four of the models retain the same features that have distinguished Benro’s previous ranges, including quality materials and superior design. They also come with many of the elements enjoyed in previous Benro tripods, such as reverse folding legs and monopod conversion.

The three new VX ball heads have been streamlined to simplify design and reduce weight. All feature 360° pan movement, an Arca-compatible plate, quick release platform and a safety catch to prevent accidental removal.

The Benro Rhino range is available now, ranging in price from £200-290.

For more information, please visit the Benro website.

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