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  • posted bymissumlaut on 02/10/2014

    It is far less expensive than the branded Gorilla pod, and I cannot see the difference once the tag is removed. I buyed 2 for my speedlight flashes units, they are heavy and want to be able to place them anywhere. And another item to give to a friend. This is very flexible and looks to be able to wear. It would fit most small or medium sized camera,... Read more

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  • posted byCaunion on 01/25/2014

    Came wrapped in bubble plastic. It is pretty sturdy and can easily hold my Nikon D5200. The color setting purple / black ain't too bad. It's big enough. In overall it can keep your camera up approx 20-25 cm. It has a screw on top of a screw so it fits multiple camera's. None as of yet. I dont know yet how sturdy it will stay in the future, but I have ... Read more

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  • posted bydablaro on 01/15/2014

    -A very good tripod that gives you what it promises by only 1/3 of the money of other branded products. - Nice build quality. - It is really stable and resistant. - It can be used even in heavy camenras (tested with camera >1,4 KGs). - The screw tends to fall out if you remove the adapter (in case you don't need to for your camera). -Although some ... Read more

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  • posted byDeeJay1 on 09/24/2013

    *Fairly simple and easy to use *Stirdy joints but still easy to maneuver *The screw has an adapter for two different sizes of the threads *The purple rubber parts are not as grippy as I would like them to be *It feels a bit plastic and "cheap" (which it also is, so...) I only use it for my external flash so it won't have to put up with a lot ... Read more

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  • posted byaarslan on 07/31/2013

    Stiffness is acceptable. Holds my Nikon D3200 with standard lens without a problem. It can be stranded easily to non-uniform surfaces like bars, tree branches, etc. The holding screw can fall and get lost in case you don't carry the top holding screw. The screw could have been fixed to the body with mechanical stops to avoid this. An embedded water ... Read more

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  • posted byAdrianFalla on 06/07/2013

    A very good tripod that gives you what it promises. It is very strong and you feel that it is solid and is not going to break. I was afraid that the "balls" was going to be too lose, but they are just hard enough. This prevents the tripod from falling out of position. The screw where the tripod is attached has the tendense to sometimes fall ... Read more

    Great tripod, recommend everyone to buy it!
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  • posted by13239 on 05/22/2013

    -cheap like really really cheap in comparison to the branded version like a £30 saving spot on. . Easy to use looks all right seems to be really good quality . very solid and sturdy. no problems with my nikon d5100 with 18-108mm nikon lens. id have rather it been all black or all purple , picky of me maybe but there it is. it lacks a ballhead for ... Read more

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  • posted bynightsector on 04/12/2013

    It's a great toy even if you do not use it with a camera. It is cool to make interesting shapes out of it. I used it even to hang up some items. My children also did like to play with it. It is a nice tripod also. Works as expected. The screw falls out, when adapter screw is removed and camera is not mounted. So it might get lost, when adapter screw ... Read more

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  • posted byarvejaa on 02/22/2013

    Light and easy to bring with you in the field. Hard to get access to the fastening screw because of the narrow placement of the legs. To this price it's OK, but not expect to put a heavy camera on this unit, especially a camera with a long lens. My camera is 1,6 Kg including a 300mm lense and it is difficult to get a steady arrangement. The camera lean ... Read more

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  • posted bysheelanageek on 02/12/2013

    Small, light, steady and prehensile — I am really happy about it. Easy to twist the legs and hang it somewhere, it won't slip or fall. Purple color is nice and bright. I am using it with Olympus Pen (E-P2), fits nice. A bit difficult to screw it on a camera — always need to use something like coin or another thin rigid thing. The screw is not secured ... Read more

    Hanging, with Olympus E-P2.
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