The ProMediaGear TR344L tripod isn’t for beginners or occasional tripod users, but landscape and outdoor photographers who need something dependable, solid and made to last will love its smooth set-up and ultra-lightweight design.
The ProMediaGear TR424 and TR424L Tripod are not compact or lightweight models, but they are compact and lightweight relative to their performance and capabilities. This tripod is the strongest and most-rigid model I've used, ready for your largest gear, heavy winds, and other tough photography conditions.
Here’s a unique ball head that has excellent craftsmanship and ease of use. Equally as at home in the kitbag of a landscape photographer or indoors in a studio, the BH1 is a solid and as precise as any ball head we've used. We liked its flexibility and the fact that you can operate the main lock knob and the pan lock knob quite easily while wearing gloves, but mostly the BH1 shines for its precision and complete lack of droop.
Using the TR344 with heavy gear and long lenses was easy and enjoyable, thanks to the compact profile and lighter weight of the whole package, without any corresponding compromise in height or performance. ProMediaGear's careful engineering makes this possible, and raises the TR344 near to the top of its class.