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Sunpak UltraPro 757 Full-Size Tripod with Extra Quick-Release Plate (Satin Silver)

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  • Pro-caliber tripod with asymmetrical leg design for extra rigidity and stability
  • Oversized, ergonomically designed flip leg locks and U-section metal leg braces
  • Fully calibrated tilt controls with locking vertical adjustments and adjustable handle
  • Removable head with second 1/4 x 20 mount; includes extra quick-release plate
  • Extends to 74.8 inches tall; supports up to 11 pounds; limited lifetime warranty

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 30 x 5.5 x 5 inches ; 7.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00017LUYC
  • Item model number: 620-757
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 23, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Sunpak Ultra Series of pro-caliber tripods combines innovative engineering, rugged construction, and a full complement of advanced features, making each unit ideal for casual and professional photographers alike. Based on a unique asymmetrical leg design that provides extra torsional rigidity and added stability at any height, the UltraPro 757 is further enhanced by oversized, ergonomically designed flip leg locks, lockable U-section metal leg braces, and graduated leg sections--all of which make it easy to adjust the height--plus fully calibrated tilt controls for quick and easy setup in the field or studio. The UltraPro 757 also boasts such features as a smooth- action, three-way fluid-effect head with separate friction controls for pan and tilt; locking vertical-angle adjustments and an adjustable-length handle for video applications; a geared center column with an easy-grip locking knob and separate friction adjustment; heavy-duty articulated rubber leg tips with retractable spikes; a removable head with a second 1/4 x 20 mount on the bottom of the center column for low-angle shooting; and separate bubble levels on the top yoke and pan/tilt head.

The Sunpak UltraPro 757 extends to a generous 74.8 inches tall yet measures only 29.4 inches when folded. In addition, the tripod--which comes with a second quick- release plate for maximum shooting convenience when using two cameras--supports up to 11 pounds of camera equipment while weighing a mere 6.2 pounds itself. Finally, the tripod is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

Product Description

Ultra Series Tripod with 3-Way Fluid-Effect Head - Silver

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This tripod feels like quality compared to them and works very well for me.
J. Waugh
I would not use this as a travel or hiking tripod, it's bulky and relatively heavy, but it's a very competitive studio or set tripod for still photography.
maina donaldson
Return was a hassle because the person couldn't speak english & sent the incorrect return email.
Jack E. Carpenter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Tom D VINE VOICE on August 2, 2007
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I bought this for a Celestron C 130 telescope used strictly for terrestrial viewing. It's right on the border of strong enough. It works, but I've ordered something heavier for the scope. I think the Celestron is around 11 pounds. It would be OK for the C-90.

It works well for my smaller spotting scope, a Bausch and Lomb "Discovery" model that's only a couple of pounds.

But it's smooth and solid for digital photograpy and video. Easy to mount the camera, very stable, easy to adjust and easy to set a position without everything slipping during the lock down. Quick and easy to open and close. I have two other tripods that look and operate similarly, but this is more stable and overall a much better value.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By hobby fan on March 17, 2008
I bought the Sunpack "620-7575CC Professional" model but this looks exactly the same as the 757 listed here. I had a basic tripod for 20 years but this 7575 is a humongous change. I used it the other day to video-tape a stage performance. I extended it almost full height and used the tilted LCD screen on my camcorder together and camcorder remote to pan and zoom. The tripod was very steady.

Before buying it, I had looked at many others online and in stores. I think that this 7575 at least equals some other higher priced models, many of which don't even come with leg braces and/or retractable leg spikes. Yes, it's on the heavy side, but I don't plan to go hiking with it. I got a good buy at a local electronics store.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Kurtz on May 15, 2008
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I saw this product recommended in a PopPhoto magazine review but was unwilling to pay the $90-100 websites were asking for it. After a few weeks of visiting Amazon, I found it for $58 with free shipping. The tripod arrived on time and undamaged. My only criticism is that it is bigger than some folks would want. Also, there is a slight grinding sound/feel when I pan then head all the way around. I am warned to not lubricate so I am hoping this will work itself out. Absolutely the best and tallest tripod available for the money. I would/do recommend this Sunpak tripod.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. Nix on May 5, 2008
For a more expensive tripod, it feels a tad flimsy, especially for its weight. When I first opened the box, one of the bubble levels fell off. Otherwise, it has many features and works fairly well.
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My Sunpak worked fine for two years. I used it to mount a small video camera (Canon DC 50) and shoot football video's of High School Games. This year I took it out of storage yesterday. When setting it up, one of the legs fell off. The restraint holding each leg in place is a cheap piece of plastic. It brook. I did not apply any great force other than just letting the leg to drop. Beside that, the quick release plate was a great feature.
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