- Very cheap
- Very light
- Seems tough
- The extremity of the legs are made of rubber-like material, which guarantees a perfect adherence on every surface
- The mounting and tightening parts seem pretty durable and allow to move your camera very easily at any angle
- The strap is quite effective, and long enough to allow fixing the tripod on a pretty ... Read more
Small, light, build quality is good e you can put it in your pocket for those low light or self portrait photos. The head can rotate freely so you can even take some weird angle photos, just be careful about the center of gravity because your camera could fall. Don't tighten it too much or the screw will broke. Almost everything is made of plastic so ... Read more
I'm planning to take it with me on a holiday. So my requrements were: small and light (to fit in the airplane luggage). This is exactly what I was looking for, it is extremely light and small. Build quality is okay, but could be better, the plastic feels thin/cheap.
The stand is really low, so its not good for every situation I use it with the Contour ... Read more
Compact and light weight. Velcro can hold the tripod (when folded) to the handlebar of a bicycle. When legs are unfolded the tripod is very sturdy for a little camera. metal ball and socket too smooth. does not hold camera.
The camera screw tightening nut is made of plastic and feels like threads might get stripped. I got a black one. The metal ball ... Read more
This is such a versatile little tripod that it is just something that you carry with you all the time. The rotating top gives you the ability to set the camera level very easily and the strap although I am not sure if I will keep it on gave me the chance today to take a photo with the camera strapped to the branch of a tree Have not found any so far ... Read more
this is a useful little gadget to throw into your (digital) camera bag. it weighs almost nothing, and takes up very, very little space, but for those self-timer shots, or to steady a camera against a chair or the handlebars of a bike, it's just perfect. much, much better than hauling around a full-size tripod which you end up never using. it's bit flimsy,... Read more
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