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  • posted byshawnsavio on 08/31/2012

    - Relatively lightweight - locking mechanism for the legs is easy to operate - good height (I'm 5'11 and the camera viewfinder is almost at eye level when the tripod is fully extended) - hook for extra weight - quite inexpensive for a ball head tripod. - not sure about the longevity of the 'twist... Read more

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  • posted bymaxalvarez on 08/08/2012

    - Easy and fast to setup - Lightweight and sturdy - Legs locking mechanism works great - Weight hook if extra stability is needed - Ball head with quick release plate - Spirit level is quite useless, as well as the compass. - The central tube wasn´t tightened well with the screw, fixed it a... Read more

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  • posted byRossen on 12/01/2011

    Light and compact. Ball head. Simple and quick to operate. Inclusion of a good quality carrying bag. Ball head is a bit too simple in it's construction which makes the movement rather choppy if you want to keep a bit of tension on the screw. If you loosen it completely the ball flops around a the... Read more

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  • posted bydavydes on 11/04/2011

    It looks like velbon light tripods. I think it has low price. Also really very light. It has ball head but not uncomfortable 3d head. Deliver with a case. Has a plastic base (not composite like velbon). I think that very heavy cover for this tripod (about 165g, head about 280g for example). It :)... Read more

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  • posted byyukari77 on 06/21/2011

    *Cheap. *Light (about1kg). *All section are locked/unlocked by just one twist. (It is like Volbon's direct contact pipe) *Unlocking single section is not easy little. *Screw on the top of tripod body is d=3/8in. My all tripod heads are d=1/4in. Do not fit on this tripod body. If you do not head,... Read more

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  • posted byjcurmar on 04/30/2011

    I bought this tripod one month ago, and I am pretty satisfied with it, I have to say it is my first tripod, I use with a Canon D500, I checked the other tripods of the same price, and I think I chose the right one. Very cheap, so light to carry, maybe too light if you are planning to use it with... Read more

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  • posted byedmontonartist on 02/01/2011

    I did not buy this tripod for my camera. i will be using it for my painting box that i use when i go into the mountains is Alberta,Canada. it is very light and small enough to put in my back pack. It is also well buildt and strong enough to handle a bit of a banging around. Not that I have found... Read more

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