- All Aluminum Construction w/ double strut legs for rock solid stability
- F18 Fluid head w/Dual adjustable pan handles for maximum control
- 75mm Adjustable Claw Ball
- Aluminum non freeze adjustable flip leg locks
The REDLINE7518 tripod and head links the past to the future. This classic was designed for videographers and DSLR users that demand super smooth fluid pan and tilt head action and rock solid legs for maximum support for today’s camera requirements.
REDLINE7518 is an all aluminum tripod with a black non-glare anodized finish. The legs are a 3-section double strut design with a mid level spreader. For fast setups, the adjustable aluminum leg locks flip open and close. They are easy to use in all weather conditions.
A 75-millimeter claw ball adds mobility and stability to your shooting.
Rubber feet provide surface traction, indoors and out. Maximum height for the REDLINE7518 is 64 inches, minimum height is 31 inches. Tripod weight without a head is 8 pounds. Matched up perfectly to the REDLINE7518 tripod is the F18 Fluid Head, which can support up to 18 pounds. Designed for heavy-duty use with all cameras this head offers fluid smooth 360 degree panning and 90 degree up-and-down tilting.
The Sliding quick release plate system affords variable balance control. Separate, easy-grip knobs lock and unlock the panning and tilting mechanism. 2 adjustable removable pan handles that provide easy maneuverability are included as well as 3/8-16 and ¼-20 mounting screws
Maximum Height – 64”
Maximum Load - 18 lbs.
Minimum Height – 28”
Tripod Weight – 11 pounds.
Includes F 18 Head Fluid head with 18 pound capacity
I want put a slider onto the tripod and it requires me taking off the fluid head to put on the slider, How do I remove the fluid head?
How does your slider attach? The FM18 head has a 1/4 20 and a 3/8 16 thread on its own quick release plate.If you need to remove the head you must unscrew the rubber handle which hangs between the legs. Once this is remove the head can be removed with the ball claw attached to it. There will be some allen screws on the bottom of the ball claw... you can also remove these if necessary.
Answered on Jan 10, 2016
Hello, what is the size of the screw that attaches the camera to the quick release plate; 1/4 or a 3/8 ?
The screw is the standard tripod mount, 1/4 - 20. (1/4 inch, 20 thread per inch). Hope this helps. It's a great tripod.
Answered by David S.on Feb 18, 2015
Is this a true fluid head?
it sure feels like it. I've found it to always have good motion.
By Josh Hayes on July 9, 2014
The rubber feet of the tripod is appropriate for use on the ground or in the sand?
This tripod will work well on firm ground. If you are using it in the mud or sand I would recommend placing it on something to keep it out of the mud or sand. You can use small squares of plywood, floor tiles also work well. This will keep your tripod stable and clean.
Answered on Jan 14, 2016