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3 Legged Thing Charles 2.0 Review | A Sturdy Slick and Stylish Tripod

- 10 months ago

We have always been big fans of 3 Legged Thing’s tripods and here we check out the recently released Charles 2.0. This new addition to the 3LT family has been produced to sit somewhere in between a studio and a rugged outdoor stabilisation device. Watch our video review below to see if this could be the ideal candidate for your next tripod purchase.

The new 3 Legged Thing Charles 2.0 seems to add a bit of matte black stylish class to their already awesome range of high-quality products and, having been manufactured with steel rather than carbon fibre, will offer greater stability when shooting in high winds and rough terrain. This tripod seems to be everything that you’ll find in the Winston but without the carbon fibre.

We certainly like it and it shows that 3LT is continuing to find solutions that offer real benefits for its user community.

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4.5/5

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3 Legged Thing Charles 2.0:- 3 Legged Thing Charles 2.0 addition to the 3LT family has been produced to sit somewhere in between a studio and a rugged outdoor stabilisation device.

Pros

  • High quality as ever
  • Very stable in rough conditions
  • Reasonably priced considering the quality

Cons

  • No carbon fibre, but we know why and so only half a point lost.

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