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3 Legged Thing launches Docz2

Based on feedback from its customers 3 Legged Thing has updated its Docz foot stabiliser and now introduces the Docz2

Improvements to the original Docz include a new 1/4”-20 thread mount which is compatible with the 3 Legged Thing Leo, Punks Brian, and Punks Corey tripods. The Docz2 will also be shipped with the 3/8”-16 adapter which was included on the Docz, offering improved compatibility with different sized monopods and tripods.

The 1/4”-20 thread mount can also be turned into a mini tabletop or low-level tripod, allowing users to connect their cameras to the ball mount and shoot at low angles.
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Danny Lenihan, founder and CEO of 3 Legged Thing commented: “The success of Docz has been incredible since its launch last summer, and after a lot of feedback from customers we are delighted to now offer this product with dual threads, making it a versatile and credible alternative to low-level and tabletop tripods, as well as increasing compatibility with more tripods and monopods.”

3 Legged Thing will also be updating its monopod kits to include the Docz2, the AlanKit2 – featuring 3LT’s professional, carbon fibre, travel monopod, Alan – and TrentKit2, which includes 3LT’s ultra-tall Punks aluminium monopod, Trent.

The Docz2 and the new monopod kits will be available from 1 June.

For more information, please visit the 3 Legged Thing website.

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