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|Leg Lock Type||Flip|
|Independent Leg Spread||Yes|
|Head Attachment Fitting||Permanently mounted|
|Tilt Range||Front Tilt: -30° / +90°
Lateral Tilt: -30° / +90°
|Camera Mount Thread Size||1/4"-20|
|Head Type||3-way pan/tilt|
|Load Capacity||6.6 lb (3 kg)|
|Maximum Height||65" (165 cm)|
|Maximum Height w/o Column Extended||55.2" (140.2 cm)|
|Minimum Height||17.5" (44.5 cm)|
|Folded Length||17.3" (45.3 cm)|
|Weight||3.1 lb (1.4 kg)|
|Center Column Type||Rapid, D-shaped|
|Center Column Sections||1|
I wanted a lightweight small tripod to take on two trips I have coming up - one to Australia and New Zealand and another to Alaska. This one filled the bill exactly and supports my Canon 60D DSLR fitted with a Canon 80-200mm lens sturdily.
A basic camera support, ideal for lightweight trips when a full tripod is not an option, it also fits the gap when there isn't enough space to spread out a tripod but you need that extra support....
Great mechanism and soft touch
Good solid support for the camera. Top rubber comes off the screw a bit too easily but it's not a problem. I use it as a walking pole until I'm ready to attach the camera so the rubber foot doesn't last so long as it normally would but replacement feet are available from Manfrotto.
Very light ! But unastqble and shaky!!
I, like many, originally bought a cheap tripod to start with. The cheap tripod is wobbly and sticky, so one day when I start moving from photos to video, I happen to buy this, thinking the higher price and very well-known brand name mean I'm moving way up.
Very compact yet strong and sturdy even at full extension. Easy to extend rapidly and the attachment to the camera is quick and not at all fiddly. Excellent quality of engineering and its small size and weight mean it is conveniently transported with hand luggage and on safari.
I bought this as a secondary, back up tripod. I love how light weight it is. It easily supports my Nikon D90 and 70-300 zoom lens.Cons: When extending the legs, some sections are a little stiff to extend or retract. Hopefully these will loosen up with more use.
The tow handles are difficult to operate. The camera is not steady as the second handle will not hold well.Also my camera fell off two times.
great for one handed people who had stroke!