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Sunpak 2002 Pocket Tripod

by SUNPAK
3.4 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

Price: $20.89 + $4.51 shipping
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  • Ultra-compact, lightweight pocket tripod
  • Locking ball head
  • Two-section legs
  • Weighs 5 ounces
$20.89 + $4.51 shipping Only 1 left in stock. Ships from and sold by Zalmar. Gift-wrap available.

Technical Details


Product Description

Product Description

The Sunpak 2002 Pocket Tabletop Tripod with Two Leg Sections is a 2-section mini tripod that weighs less than 6 oz. and that is small enough to fit into a shirt or jacket pocket. Ideal for compact point and shoot cameras or compact accessories that feature a 1/4"-20 socket.

From the Manufacturer

With the Sunpak 2002 pocket tripod, you'll be ready to snap self-portraits or photos requiring a bit more stability at a moment's notice. This ultra-compact mini-tripod features three legs with two sections. The ball head enables you to aim your camera quickly, then lock in the angle of the ball with a single locking knob.

Sunpak tripods are amazingly light, yet offer remarkable strength and stability, and our uniquely engineered designs and wide selection of models allow you to choose just the right support to hold your camera steady at any angle, indoors or out, on virtually any terrain. All Sunpak tripods, monopods and ball heads carry SunpakÕs exclusive Lifetime Warranty.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 3.7 x 0.2 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00009W3TV
  • Item model number: 620-202
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 14, 2003

Customer Reviews

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I love this Tripod, its compact - I am able to fit in my camera case. I take this on vacations to take family photos, so no need to find a stranger to take a photo.. This is ideal to be placed on a table to take photos. This is easy to attach to a camera, it just screws on the bottom. If your camera has a self timer, this is a must.
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Great little product..certainly worth the money. Now we can both be in the picture! Light and easy to use. Will be easy to pack in a suitcase.
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I have a 3M LED Pico Projector that needed a tripod, desperately. The projector is tiny and can be used for Powerpoint presentations and other video presentations, but there are a minimum of adjustments on the projector; particularly, none to level the projected image. It needed a mini-tripod with a moveable head. The Sunpack 2002 connects flawlessly and fits the need.
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This little guy was more than i expected for the price. Well made and very compact, it fits easily in my small camera case. I've used it a few times and it does what it is supposed to do. It is solid enuf to support my Panasonic FZ 35 superzoom camera. For the money this one is a no-brainer!
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This tripod is awesome. It is small enough to fit in my camera bag and easily holds a Canon Rebel XT with a telephoto attached. The adjustable design is far superior to other models I have tried and this is ideal for that special shot where a 4 foot tripod is not necessary.
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Revision: this is a compromised product. Let's still call it four stars with a minus. Mine began to loosen up within a month. And I ended up having to fiddle with a set-screw holding the ball-and-socket mechanism together. It's in there opposite the lock screw. Disassembly of the head (out of curiosity) revealed a hasty fix for poor control of tolerances in production: an e-clip was dropped into a gap so that the head would tighten at all. I did a little fiddle here and there, put it back together, and put a drop of nail polish on the set screw. Should do it.

Note that some "slop" is necessary for the ball mechanism to work. Too much, however, results in the head gradually loosening and beginning to come apart.

Works just fine with Canon SX130 and SX150 that I tote around for various pix. Expected lightweight small tripod with a ball and socket head. It's exactly that. Legs do extend one "click." Don't figure I'll ever use that feature.
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This little tripod works just fine for only the smaller and lighter cameras and camcorders. Don't even think of using it with a full size DSLR. I have the Nikon D7000 and, with just a 35M prime lense attached, easily overwhelmed this little guy. I ended up stripping out the thumbscrew trying to tighten it and prevent my camera from sagging forward. Even when I managed to have everything tight and balanced just right, it was pretty precarious at best, not a risk I'd want to take with an expensive camera. For $15-$20 more, there are several much better options available in small tripods. That said, with our much lighter and smaller Nikon point-and-shoot and a Canon camcorder, it worked just fine.
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I got this for around $9, and found it to be exactly what I was looking for. I wanted something that would give me some stability while doing long exposures or self shots. I used this with my Nikon DSLR with a small 28mm lens and had no problem with stability. I was able to adjust it for both landscape and portrait shots. The legs telescope out to about 10 in in length, which I didn't notice until fiddling around with it when I got it. Overall, well worth it!
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