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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Tripods > Classified #946479

For Sale: Orion Paragon-Plus XHD Heavy-Duty Tripod REDUCED [SOLD]

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Paragon-Plus XHD tripod includes strong, sturdy mostly aluminum construction, featuring large adjustable aluminum-tube legs with ridged helical locks that are tri-braced to the center elevator housing for extra stability. Tube legs 1-1/4-inch maximum diameter with lateral bracing with dual 0.75-inch aluminum tubes. Elevator shaft 1-1/8-inch diameter with 11-3/4-inch travel. Height fully extended 67 inches, but nicely folds to 34 inches. Weighs 9 lbs. Includes two-way fluid-type pan head with tension adjustment knobs on both axes for smooth, controlled motion. Pan head can be raised or lowered on its aluminum rack-and-pinion elevator post with the hinged hand crank. Panning is easy with the 11-inch long adjustable handle. The quick-release ?-inch-20 dovetail shoe allows quick attachment and detachment of instruments to the pan head. Other nice features include convertible cushion/spike feet and built-in bubble level. Included with Optional matching padded Orion carrying case is included in purchase. Like-new condition. Original Price from Orion: $203.99 Selling Price: $150.00 including shipping in CONUSA
 

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