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|Package Weight||3.75 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||20.2 x 5.4 x 5.3"|
|Maximum Height||65.75" (167 cm)|
|Maximum Height w/o Column Extended||55.9" (142 cm)|
|Minimum Height||18.3" (46.5 cm)|
|Folded Length||18.1" (46 cm)|
|Center Column||Rapid, faceted|
|Leg Lock Type||Flip|
|Tilt Range||Front and lateral: -90° / +90°|
|Weight||3.1 lb (1.4 kg)|
|Load Capacity||6.6 lb (3 kg)|
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.
it took some time and effort but I got there in the end
So far has been a great purchase. It’s small enough to fit in a normal sized bag so great for travelling in cabin baggage (the reason I bought it). It’s so compact and easy to take around anywhere. It’s very sturdy and durable (not flimsy). It’s a little heavier than cheap tripods but not so bad.
Bought this tripod to take to Iceland to photograph the northern lights. We were lucky enough to see them. The tripod was light and portable, easy to assemble and fix the camera. Could adjust it with no problem and was sturdy enough for the 30 second exposure time needed for the photos.
Like mentioned in other reviews, the screw used to fasten a camera to the monopod easily separated from the thumb wheel when I attached my camera. This monopod will not securely hold a camera.
I purchased this product as an addition to a tripod of the same manufacture that I use. It is very compact light in weight and very east to use. Its ovoid construction makes it very rigid and steady even when used with my camera and a large lens.
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.