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System 50: Tripod

System 50: Tripod


Product Finishes
  • Light, compact and strong;
  • Maximum top load of 115kg;
  • Can be used as a mast support;
  • MIL-STD-810G.


The Rolatube System 50 tripods are full-sized, strong tripods that pack down to unrivalled pack sizes. The wide range of payload heights make them suitable for a range of equipment including for surveillance and lighting. In addition, by using them with the Mast Support Adapter (see the Accessories page) the System 50 Tripods can be used to provide support to the System 75 and System 100 masts when guy ropes cannot be used (and when conditions allow).

When space is at a premium, the Rolatube tripod is the ideal solution.


Available with legs in 1m, 2m and 3m, the system includes pegs, leg ties and a central pull-down to facilitate stable deployment.


  • Construct Tripod Leg & Body: PP-Glass Fiber composite, High Performance ABS.
  • Tripod Leg Cover: UV resistant nylon fabric cover in plain black or Multicam variants.
  • Environmental: Water & dust proof. Maintenance free.
  • Specification: Complies with the relevant sections of MIL-STD-810G.


Available colours: Black, Multicam, Multicam Arid, Multicam Alpine.


Compatible with:


When using the mast support adapter:

  • System 75 and 100 masts (when using the Mast Support Adapter)
  • Camera mounting adapter
  • Spigot mount
  • Spigot reducing kit


See the Accessories page for more information.


Description Max. Payload Height m (ft) Max. Top Load kg (lb) System Weight kg (lb)* Part Number
System 50 1m Tripod 0.9 (3.0) 115 (253) 3.5 (7.7) 953-201000
System 50 2m Tripod  1.9 (6.2) 65 (143) 4.8 (10.6) 953-202000
System 50 3m Tripod 2.8 (9.2) 35 (77) 6.0 (13.2) 953-203000

*without pegs


This loading is based on the tripod legs evenly spaced and held by the leg straps at the minimum spread. If the product is to be used in circumstances different from this, then the Rolatube technical team should be approached to understand the application and provide technical support regarding the appropriate maximum working top load.

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