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Product information

    Height
    17.5 - 150.5 cm
    Load capacity
    1 kg
    Rec. field of use
    Photo, Video
    Type
    Stand

    General

    Load capacity
    1 kg
    Rec. field of use
    Photo, Video
    Thread
    1/4
    Type
    Stand
    Head
    Yes
    Quick release
    Yes
    Removable
    No
    Type of head
    Ball head
    Number of leg sections
    5 pc
    Number of legs
    3 (Tripod)
    Centre column
    Yes
    Geared
    No
    Horizontal position
    No
    Max height ex center column
    127 cm
    Split mode
    Yes
    Compact

    Dimensions

    Closed length
    43.5 cm
    Height
    17.5 - 150.5 cm
    Leg tube diameter
    Weight
    0.98 kg

    Features

    Features

    Materials

    Material
    Aluminum, Plastic

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Reviews

    3.8 of 5 stars

    Based on 4 reviews

    Velodynamic
    2012-06-13
    Liked it so compact, lightweight and very fast and easy to manage. Can handle only cameras ski less up to about 500 grams. To my little Canon Legria HF200 camcorder fits perfectly. To my EOS 450D with battery grip and lens tynge than the absolute lightest it immediately becomes a problem if the wind blows a little. Then it will be too weak, but for the purpose of facilitating the cameras, it is clearly very smoothly.
    orbisonitrum
    2010-12-20
    Perfectly okay quality considering the price, the legs feel sturdy, and it gets about 43 cm collapsed. It keeps an EOS 550D with the standard lens in place, but it has a larger lens and external flash, it can probably be a little unstable if it blows. Minus the small bubble level that does not seem 100% calibrated on my copy, and the ball joint is not top quality. Plus, because it's portable, low price, and even if the ball joint feels a little plasticky, the function is to lock the camera to pan a good feature.
    Thavox
    2010-08-01
    Super quality in everything except the ball joint. The trail is plasticky and video lock is slightly glappig causing the horizon may become misaligned or wiggle during pans. So is there anyway on my copy. Not really Manfrotto quality. Big plus for portability, light weight, simplicity and flexibility.
    Ree_Tard
    2010-02-11
    Lacking that there goa weight. But otherwise a really affordable tripod. Remains to be seen how it holds over time of course, but it's a Manfrotto ... Very satisfied!