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    Benro tripod legs are not level.
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    Hi everybody. Quick question here. I just received my new tripod: Benro A2573f with 6s head. Both: legs and head have a leveling bouble. I just realized that legs by itself are not level. I can fix it by adjusting the head but is it normal? If i decide to put let say sloder straigjt to the legs and then on the top of the slider head, slider by itself will be not level and i will have to level it by adjusting the legs lenght which can be frustraiting. Please let me know if i should ask for replacement.


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    Have you tried adjusting individual leg segments to level the legs?

    For what it's worth, assuming your slider plus its payload will not overload the legs and the S6 head, why not get a second head to put on the slider so you can simply mount the slider to the S6 on your tripod?
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    Hi. This how it looks:
    On the First picture legs are fully folded and you can see boubble that is not in the middle. On the rest of the pictures i adjusted legs to have boubble in the middle so you can see that difference in legs heights is big. I dont mind install another head just wondering if this is a normal situation.IMG_4040.jpg IMG_4041.jpg IMG_4042.jpg IMG_4043.jpg IMG_4044.jpg


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    LOL, just measure the legs either fully compressed or extended and tell us what you get. I sold-off a Benro. Never again will I go on the cheap with support.


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    Is the area of flooring you are testing on level?
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    It is. Kitchen countertop.


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    This is beyond humorous...


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