TR423 Pro-Stix Carbon Fiber Tripod | 3 sections 58 inches height

$1,399.95 USD

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  • Load Capacity: 125 lbs
  • Maximum height: 58 inches
  • Minimum height: 6.8 inches
  • Folded length: 26 inches
  • Leg sections: 3
  • Weight: 5.8 lbs
  • 1/4 turn twist locks
  • 10x carbon fiber layers
  • 75mm interchangeable top plate system
  • Standard 3/8-16" tripod mount
  • 1/4-20" accessory mounts

The ProMediaGear TR423 Pro-Stix carbon fiber tripod is a professional tripod built for photographers and videographers. It has a max height of 58 inches and a minimum height of 6 inches.

Just like other PMG tripods, the TR423 professional tripod supports cameras and lenses of up to 125 lbs. It supports heavy camera setups without any problems.

ProMediaGear tripod plates are modular. It changes through proprietary attachments. For an instance, the ProMediaGear TRB75 75mm Leveling Bowl insert caters to a tripod leveling head.

ProMediaGear made 42 Series tripods to have 42mm diameter legs. Indeed, it is thick than regular tripods. But, the TR423 only weighs 5.8 lbs.

In addition, this tripod has 3 sections. The fewer legs results in 26 inches folded length.

The TR423 is not the lightest tripod. However, it is one of the most durable carbon fiber tripods in the market. The carbon fiber legs have 10 layers in a cross-weave pattern. Thus, it is more durable than other tripods. 

The three adjustable locking angles allow for multiple shooting angles. Plus, it goes as high as 58 inches. But, it can also be low at 6 inches with the legs wide open.

Moreover, this heavy-duty manages any terrain it is brought to. It works in the rain, snow, or even dusty areas. Ultimately, this heavy-duty tripod can withstand any outdoor shoot.

The tripod's apex includes a safety lock. It prevents accidents that may damage your setup. Plus, it has a standard tripod mount for any compatible gear.

The TR423 fits tripod heads, lights, and other accessories tightly. In addition, multiple 1/4-20 threaded adapters are added for extra accessories.

Lastly, the regular rubber feet are perfect for indoor usage. But, metal spikes are included for shooting outdoors. The added spikes make the tripod more stable when planted to the ground.

ProMediaGear carbon fiber tripods are made in the USA. The TR423 Carbon Fiber Tripod and other models come with a 5-year warranty.

ProMediaGear TR42 Series Tripod Comparison Chart

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between the 34 Series and the 42 Series Tripods?

The ProMediaGear Pro-Stix tripods come in two series: the 34 series with 34mm top tubes and the 42 series with giant 42mm top tubes.

The 34 Series is designed for portability in mind without sacrificing load capacity.

Meanwhile, the 42 Series tripods are rated for heavier loads but at the expense of portability since they are larger to carry around.

Can I use a tripod head from other brands?

Yes, ProMediaGear tripods use standard tripod mounts so you can use any tripod head you want.

But, it's better to have a ProMediaGear tripod head with you for superior quality you can trust.

Will this tripod work in freezing temperatures?

Our tripods are heavily tested in extreme environments.

Whether it is under the extreme heat or freezing temperatures, rest assured that our tripods can handle any task.

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Gary Howard (Phoenix, US)

One word…Exceptional! This tripod is by far the best I’ve ever owned and I have a few. Sturdy, bullet proof and it’s incredible design make it the last tripod you’ll ever need. The added attachment features are handy and the spikes located in the rubber feet are the best idea I’ve seen yet and they are included! For me and what I do and the abuse I sometimes put my gear through this will be my go to for years to come.

Don Matthews

A BEAUTIFUL tripod. Exceptionally solid, and light weight. Very easy to work with and fun just to look at!!

L. J. (Aberdeen, US)
The Last Tripod You Will Buy

It was difficult to justify spending $1000 on a tripod. I already had 4 other tripods of varying degrees of weight, compactness etc. Still, all of them came up short on some level. Too heavy, too small, too cumbersome. A chance meeting with a fellow photographer that owned a large Gitzo convinced me that perhaps I should, once and for all, find the right tripod and I that is exactly what I did. After doing some research, I decided on ProMediaGear and could not be any happier! The quality is outstanding and the improvement in my photography was instantaneous! The additional sharpness in my photos was unbelievable. I was hoping I would see some improvement but this went well beyond "some." It was very noticeable. Now, to qualify this statement, you should know that my other tripods were not cheap so this isn't a matter of going from a Volkswagen to a BMW. Instead, I would say this is the difference between a BMW and SpaceX. American made, super high quality, improved's the ultimate trifecta!

Ben Dover (Elkins Park, US)
Excellent, solid, well built

I had been looking for a Crux Ordnance tripod for a rifle platform. I was directed to PMG and they’re the same thing.
This thing looks like it can take a beating. I’m very happy.

John G.

I was about to order another Really Right Stuff TVC43 after my original was stolen. I'd had my RRS (along with an ArcaSwiss C1 head, also taken) for over five years, and loved the combination. But given the length of time since I last purchased this equipment, I thought it was prudent to reconduct the research, much like I had done when I bought the RRS & the Cube. Boy am I glad I did. After about a week of research, I stuck with the SwissArca Cube. I was tempted by the C1's sister model, the D4, but ultimately decided I was familiar with the C1 and absolutely loved its functionality and ergonomics. As researched, ProMediaGear's products caught my attention. At first, the company's biggest and most ambitious tripod series, the "42" series, seemed superficially similar to RRS's "43" series. But the more I looked, the more the subtle and nuanced difference revealed themselves. The ProMediaGear's top plate is more robust and elegant, is far more mechanically beautiful, and includes a method for changing the plate for cinema or other style heads that is much easier and ergonomically elegant compared with the RRS. The reversible spiked foot is a feature unavailable on the RRS. The aluminum twist locks on the PMG are higher quality and more robust than the rubber and plastic units on the RRS. These are some the many details that ultimately caused me to switch my tripod loyalties. After receiving the tripod, more differences revealed themselves. Put generally, as nicely made as the RRS is, the PorMediaGear takes build quality to a noticeably higher level. Kudos to the engineers and designers at ProMediaGeaf for designing what I think is the best large carbon tripod on the market today.