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  • posted by sonatajana on 08/04/2012

    Pros: Was I'm lovely surprised. Price is low, but fulfilment product precise. Perfectly sits, stabile for my Panasonic small camera. Simple inosculation, isn't need manual. Design is superior to on picture. Fit for people, what have eyes only for small jack over the table. Was it good buy, certainly again something I shall buy . Cons: shan't re... Read more

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  • posted by Hanochbd on 10/04/2011

    Pros: Small, compact, and lightweighted, easy to carry around and fits cameras fine. On first look, it looks like well built. Alas, few minutes later I foound out that I should not trust my eyes..... Cons: Trying to use it for the first time turned to be hell. Even though I used small pocket camera, the thing would not stay put, especially when... Read more

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  • posted by Chryseus on 07/17/2011

    Pros: - Low cost - Fits standard 1/4" threaded tripod receptors - Compact and lightweight Cons: Although the outer construction is indeed steel the inner legs are thin aluminium so don't throw it around. The locking mechanism is also not that great, it is fine for light cameras but anything heavy and it tends to droop unless you apply a good am... Read more

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  • posted by RussG on 06/15/2011

    Pros: Holds fits in side SKU 39804 Camera bag with my HD Camcorder and power cord, Works great. Holds my SamSung HD HX300 Camera just fine. With it on it, it's very stable and trusting. (Metal not plastic) Cons: The Lock (For the ball Joint) The thing you turn to lock seems not that tight? Time will tell if it will hold up. OtherThoughts: Peopl... Read more

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  • posted by berniecz on 04/27/2011

    Pros: Very lightweight item, compact, easy to be carried. Easy fixation of camera using regular tripod screw (you can attach to virtually every still camera or video camera). Legs are expandable with ease. Cons: Can be used only with compact cameras. Leg's can't be locked (or I still haven't find the way how to do that...) in extended position.... Read more

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  • posted by risoldi on 07/15/2009

    Pros: This tripod looks nice. It is very light metal and very easy to put in your pocket. When open it is relatively stable. The screw mount is well machined and fits cameras and the like very well. The head can tilt on one side. Cons: Being so light, it can't support most cameras except the most compact ones. Also, while the head can tilt, the... Read more

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  • posted by sayadaddy on 03/23/2009

    Pros: It works like it is supposed to. When closed is surprisingly small,but it expands to a height that is quite functional. This will fit in most small camera bags, and can be used on most cameras and camcorders. It really is metal,not cheap plastic. Cons: None really for it's size and for what most people will use it for,this just works. Oth... Read more

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  • posted by sece1212 on 02/25/2009

    Pros: Ok... Lets start with the pros... The build quality is ok.. It does feel a little stiff and feels like its going to break if you pull to hard.. It supported my Sony Cybershot and my sony camcorder that I bought about a year ago. It held up all night and didn't fall over. You can put it in different angles for videos or pictures. And its 8... Read more

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  • posted by quirk on 01/22/2009

    Pros: the mini tripod is small and lightweight, with expendable legs, and a tilt/ball rotating head, it holds smaller cameras very well, however it is unable to stand the weight of larger slr sized cameras my reason for buying was to use them as tripod for off the camera flashes, they worked well for the time i used them Cons: the screw you hav... Read more

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  • posted by ic2ei7 on 12/06/2008

    Pros: First of all, the legs can be extended for the full length and then later retracted so that it is easier to carry around. The extended part of the legs has this solid metal construction feeling. 8 inches should be just right for a mini tripod. Cons: The first thing I noticed is actually the legs are quite hard to pull out, extend, that is... Read more

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