TR344L Carbon Fiber Tripod | 4 sections 71" height
The ProMediaGear TR344L Pro-Stix Carbon Fiber Tripod is a 4-section camera support with a 71-inch max height. It has a max load capacity of up to 60 lbs. It is designed to be a lightweight travel tripod for photographers and videographers.
Frequently Asked Questions
This is one solid and well made tripod. It works great with the ProMediaGear ball head!
This tripod is solid, fast and light. No cons. Glad I got it.
Perfect size and weight. Coupled with the PMG junior gimbal is perfect for my 600/800 glass. Surprisingly rigid given the leg diameter.
Along with this tripod I also purchased the BH1 Ballhead and the TR34C Pro-Stix Carbon Fiber Center Column. I wish I had done this years ago. I have been using, until now, a Manfrotto carbon fiber tripod and ballhead and there is nothing 'wrong' with it (I had been using it since 2004) and it still functions well but it always felt a bit light. The TR344L is sturdier, stable and so nice to look at and I don't worry that a stiff wind will send everything to the ground. I love having the optional spikes for loose ground. The ballhead stays where it is set as it should. I never realized how much I was settling for until I received this tripod and head. Merry Christmas to me!
I purchased this tripod because I needed something bigger than the other two tripods I own, both from Really Right Stuff. That's a great company too, but supply chain issues got in the way and there was no way I would be able to purchase the one I wanted before a planned astrophotography workshop I was attending. I tried a Gitzo but didn't like the quality compared to RRS so sent it back. Then I discovered ProMediaGear on YouTube and the more I looked and researched the more I liked what I saw. I ordered it directly from ProMediaGear and it shipped the next day. I had a RRS BH-55 ballhead that I put on it and it fit easily. I can honestly say that this is now my favorite tripod. It performed flawlessly in the field and the sky shots were superb. I've used up to a 70-200mm lens on it and the shots are super sharp. I look forward to using this tripod in the future, and down the road will try it with a ProMediaGear ballhead.