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Sunpak Ultra 7000 Tri-Monopod, 12.3lbs Load Capacity

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  • ASIN: B00A0T94S0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 2, 2012

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan B on March 27, 2013
Up until February, we always purchased cheap $100 digital point and shoot cameras. After our last one died we decided to purchase a better digital camera. We ended up purchasing the Sony Syber-shot DSC-HX200V. While were were thinking about what accessories we were going to need with the new camera the salesman pointed out this tripod / monopod. We had a tripod, but it was very clunky to use and didn't move smoothly (which caused jerks in the video recording). So we decided to bite the bullet and spend some money on a good tripod, boy was this a good decision! We took the new camera and the new tripod to our daughter's dance competition. The tripod was very sturdy, adjusted very easily, and was very smooth in motion, which helped our video and pictures even more. What sent this over the edge for us was that it has the detachable monopod. If I didn't want to lug around the whole tripod I simply hit the lever and the monopod detached and I have a light, sturdy surface for taking ad-hoc pictures and video. The monopod was very handy in spots where the bigger tripod just wasn't practical. I had a hard time justifying spending that much money on a tripod, but it is worth every penny. I'd buy it again in a heart beat.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Brian on May 30, 2013
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When I saw this tripod in store I thought it was great, however they sold out so I took to Amazon and found it here, cheaper. However, after shipping and taxes it cost more than it would have in the store. I received within a matter of days and to my surprise it wasn't as good as in store. Some parts seemed more loose and wobbly. Although the metal used is strong and the tripod itself is heavier than others, allowing enough balance to keep it grounded without any issues, it is just portable enough even coming with a handle on the body. The mono-pod is also a great addition. Would recommend for someone who doesn't want to spend hundreds on a professional tripod but for someone wanting a little more than the cheap, flimsy ones we often see.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 9, 2013
The feel and duality of this 2n1 is wonderful. However I own a Canon t3i and find it too heavy for the ball head. My camera repeatedly tipped forward. Luckily the legs are sturdy enough that the tripod itself didn't fall over. There is No Way I'd be able to add a heavy ring light to My dslr with this flimsy head. Also the head is partially wood and splinters/chips.
This would be excellent for novelists or even techies who are using something lightweight such as a point and click camera. Otherwise, I feel it's overpriced for the quality. I purchased from Best Buy and will be returning it tomorrow. Going to order a heavy duty tripod with a sturdy and fluid head.
Oh yeah! This tripod has fluid effect. It is NOT a fluid head.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By It's Only Me on January 15, 2014
Keep in mind it's a relatively inexpensive tripod. For the money though it's decent. Yes the head isn't the best but what do you expect for a low end product. I can tell you this, it's much better than the super cheap tripods selling for under $40. This tripod is far sturdier, taller and better made. I made the mistake of buying a really inexpensive tripod for $35. Wow what a piece of crap it was. This tripod is far superior. It's rugged and the height is great (70")

When it comes to buying something like this you MUST keep in mind how much you're spending. Low cost usually equals low quality. For $70 bucks this is much better than most cheap end tripods. If you're looking to spend as little as possible do yourself a favor and don't buy the really inexpensive tripods. They really are cheap. Bite the bullet and upgrade to something a little more expensive. Do your research,read the reviews and make a wise decision. Take your time and don't jump into buying a cheapo tripod. You wont be happy with it.

I give this tripod 4 stars because of what you get for the relatively low price. I can't give it 5 stars because the head isn't so great. It's not total junk but it could be a little better.

For the average photographer this tripod will do just fine. For a pro or for video you may need something better.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gary K on November 5, 2013
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I was searching around the internet globe, looking for a tripod that has the ability for the tripod stick in the center to be inverted so I can use it to shoot coins really close up. this way I wouldn't have to adjust anything, simply set up, shoot, replace the coin, shoot and repeat the process over and over again.

My son ones one of these and before I could finish the question, he recommended this model and brand. Its simply awesome. The inversion of the tripod was a bit simple. The middle tripod stick also expands, and it would be a great tool for some one trying to take film of a recording of something that is just out of reach, or surrounded by other devices or people. I think the stick will extend to 6+ feet.

Overall, the quality and strdiness is there. It has many features and settings.

The only quirk I have with the tripod is that I have to remove the base of the tripod stand in order to access the sdram card that holds the pictures and batteries. It the shelf that screws into the camera, then snaps onto the tripod was narrower, it would work flawlessly. It only takes a minute to take the piece off of the camera, but if it is repetitive it can be a pain, especially if your checking the lightig and looking at those pics on laptop or pc.

They shipped EXTREMELY fast. There was some shipping damage to an adjustable piece, but not enough to do the return and wait for the new one to arrive. Great device, decent pricing for a tripod that is solid and operates as described.
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