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|Maximum Height w/o Column Extended||34.6" (88.0 cm)|
|Minimum Height||5.9" (15.0 cm)|
|Folded Length||13.8" (35.0 cm)|
|Load Capacity||4.5 lb (2.1 kg)|
|Leg Lock Type||Flip lever|
|Independent Leg Spread||Yes|
|Center Column Sections||2|
|Center Column Type||Sliding|
|Head Type||Ballhead with quick release|
|Load Capacity||2.2 lb (1 kg)|
|Height||2.7" (68 mm)|
|Width||2.4" (60 mm)|
|Weight||4.6 oz (130 g)|
|Head Mount Thread Size||1/4"-20|
|Total Weight||1.72 lb (0.780 kg)|
I've been using mine for over 7 years now. It has been on dozens of plane rides (fits easily in a carryon) all over the world. It's been on many multiple day backpacking treks and is still holding up wonderfully.
I use it with a Sony X3000FDR action cam, it's almost to light weight but hasn't been knocked over yet, also when it's at max height it seems flimsy but low down it's sturdy.
I mounted my binoculars to this bipod for glassing in the mountains on a 4 day Hike-In Hunting trip being lightweight and small its a valuable peice of equipment to bring into the backwoods.It works great if your in a Sitting position for bird watching ,hunting or photography.
Works great. Exactly what I was looking for, an affordable, light but quality tripod for hiking and backpacking.
Fits into a backpack that's also full of other things. Easy to set up and use. Very stable. Used on uneven ground in the mountains with confidence. I would buy this again.
awesome tripod for backpacking countries. Nice and compact. Smallest I could find and best bang for my buck. Very satisfied and fits all my needs when space and weight is a concern.
Good lightweight tripod. Has a little slippage, but for travel size, not bad.
This is the king of mobile tripods. I use it for hiking and it is light weight and compact. Fits great on the side of my backpack and is strong for it's size.
I am a hiker and so weight was the primary factor in a tripod. The Sprint Mini II also folds down really small, which is also important when you have to heft everything along a trail and up mountains but also when walking along the central isle of a plane or a rammed to the gunwhales bus in deepest...
In short: it's truly compact, extremely light, and stable enough. Height is a bit of an issue, so make sure you're good with that going in. This is a tremendous travel tripod.It's shorter than a perfect one, but I knew that when I bought it. I took it on an 8 day trip to Iceland and it worked great.