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    Tripod + fluid head suggestions

    Having seen these I'm tempted to ask, "Why aren't all tripods made like this?" Despite the nomenclature they all have bottom leg sections 4 mm larger, i.e the 282 has 32 mm diameter bottom leg sections. It's unlikely that there are any tripods on the market that could match their stability for...
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    Tripod + fluid head suggestions

    Well, a GT2532 Mountaineer would be about 300 g heavier than a GT2545T and most of that could be attributed to its greater height, which you may not need. If at 5'3" you are using an angled scope, a maximum tripod height of 110 cm without extended centre column should be quite adequate...