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Pole Series 2 consists of two units - UPPER and LOWER. THIS LISTING IS FOR UPPER UNIT ONLY.
The upper unit can be eventually mounted onto the lower unit to form a longer single unit pole. The upper unit can be used independently just like the Series 1 pole (adapter included by default).
The upper units consists of 3 tubes with diameters of 24mm, 28mm and 32mm (.94",1.1" and 1.26").
Closed length is 116cm (45.7").
Maximum extended height is 315cm (124" or 10ft 4").
Maximum recommended loading is 2kg (4.4lbs) for all poles at full vertical extension.
For help in deciding which pole best suits your needs, Wim Koornneef, expert in pole panoramic photography, has shared with us images made with Pole Series 1 and 2 - click here.
Wim also shares sample scenarios for use of each series of poles (1&2) and displays poles at various extensions. Learn some great insider tips from the author as well.
* Fanotec Carbon Fiber Poles conduct electricity very well. Please take extreme caution when raising and using these poles around electrical wires.
* Fanotec poles are NOT designed to be mounted onto a rigid tripod. The pole base can be damaged by the added torque generated with the use of camera and lens at full extension. Please see Tripod Adapters Type A and Type B
MFG Part No: P-2U
Lab tests show even our smallest carbon fiber tube is capable of withstanding extreme vertical weight loads exceeding 100kgs. As a quality assurance measure, each pole is subjected to 50kg pulling tension for over 3 hours to test the integrity of joints and locking mechanism before leaving the factory.
The maximum loading is more related to the stability of support base than to the ultimate strength of the pole. With a rigid support such as custom made car mount, the pole can handle far more than 5kg loads. A load exceeding 5kg should be tested properly before using the system in the crowd. Fanotec bears no responsibility for any injury or damage that may cause as a result of the failure of the pole and support system."