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Not 2, not 5 but 10 years warranty. Because the Leofoto tripods are of such good quality, they will last a very long time. Register your Leofoto tripod today.
Leofoto tripods are made of 10 layers of carbon, which makes them incredible strong and still light weight. All whilst keeping their perfect stability.
Thousands of users
In Europe alone there are already thousands of happy Leofoto tripod users. We share their love for photography or videography and good products.
A tripod offers a photographer more possibilities to take interesting and creative photos. However, it is always worth considering whether to bring a tripod. Reasons like ‘Too heavy' or 'clumsy size' are often mentioned to leave the tripod at home anyway. A carbon tripod is the solution.
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How do our Leofoto tripods function in real life? We asked photographer Vincent Croce for his detailed opinion about the Ranger LS-254C! The LS-254C is part of Leofoto's Ranger Series;...Read More
Gertjan Onvlee is a passionate wildlife and landscape photographer. In recent years he has focused primarily on the High North (Scandinavia). A good tripod is essential for Gertjan. He uses a portable but very stable model from Leofoto (LS-365C and LH-55 Ballhead).
Vincent Croce belongs to the new generation of landscape photographers who have developed their passion for the profession through the use of social media, and in particular Instagram. In his photography, Vincent always tries to let natural light play the leading role.
Edwin Giesbers has been a full-time professional nature photographer for more than 10 years. You can find his photography in various media such as BBC Wildlife Magazine and National Geographic Magazine. With various images he won international awards such as 'European Nature Photographer of the Year'. Edwin is happy to use his Lowepro bag and Leofoto tripod.