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|Package Weight||0.8 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.0 x 6.5 x 2.0"|
|Minimum Height||2.4" (6 cm)|
|Load Capacity||5.5 lb (2.5 kg)|
|Weight||9.4 oz (267 g)|
|Male Thread Size||1/4"-20|
|Maximum Height||7.7" (19.5 cm)|
Manfrotto's Pixi is a neat little mini tripod that will meet the needs of some CSC and digicam owners. It won't take up much space in your camera bag so it's a nice little accessory to have – just in case it's needed.
In conclusion then the PIXI is highly limited in features and fails to secure any dominant characteristics amongst its competitors, with no control over the tightness of the ball and restricted handling features meaning it doesn’t warrant a purchase over the MTT2-P02.
Features are fairly basic with a compact design, and limited ball head movement, and one extended leg position. Alternatively Manfrotto say you can use the tripod closed as a handle for video.
Extremely compact - fits in your pocket, 5 year warranty when registered - 2yr standard, Three rubber feet on the bottom, Easy to use
Ball can be difficult to move, Previous version gives more movement, Limited ball head movement
This is exactly as advertised. It is small, light and holds my small/medium sized SLR solidly. I have an Olympus EM5. My biggest lens is a 40-150mm f2.8, about as big as it comes in this 4/3 camera and it holds the lens & camera nicely.
It was perfect for my spotting scope.
This is a nice compact backup option to carry at all times. I use this for the Canon G7X Mark II, Canon M3, and Canon 5D Mark IV.
This product came with the Manfrotto reputation, but in a very practical size for point and shoot camera. really nice for those photo in your way.
The legs of this tripod are sturdy enough to support my A7II + 50mm, the ball head is decent but doesn't have the friction adjustment like full sized tripod ball head does.My main problem is that I've used it about three or four times before it broke.
After a lot of thinking and research, I decided to buy this and now using this for more than a month now, it has very good stability to hold a mid size dslr with a heavy lens 70-300, I was shooting in windy conditions and there was no shake at all. Go for it, it is worth the money
I use this for table top audio and/or video recording
Easy to take along anywhere. I use it for my led lights and a fairly heavy camera/lens and it's Manfrotto quality all the way.
A small yet very stable and strong tripod, intend on capturing macros with it,
Light, easy to handle and set up..