Cullmann Magnesit Copter Multiple Tripod Black Includes CB2.7
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|Tripod Head Type||Ball Heads|
|Maximum Height||16 Centimeters|
|Minimum Height||16 Centimeters|
|Item Weight||250 Grams|
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- Photo / Video multifunctional tripod made of anodised aluminium profiles including ball head CB2.7
- Stable table, hand and travel tripod with alu ball head and removable coupling plate for flash lights and 1/4" camera screw
- Perfectly qualified for DSLR cameras with HD Video and camcorder, packing size only 22cm, weight only 250g, timeless design
- 10 years warranty
- Box content:Multifunction tripod including ball head CB2.7 with 1/4" removable coupling plate for flash lights and 1/4" camera screw
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The MAGNESIT COPTER links both worlds – the worlds of photography and of videography. The MAGNESIT COPTER is therefore fully geared up for the new DSLR cameras with additional video function. With the tripod legs folded in, the sturdy multi-function tripod in combination with the ball head can be perfectly well used as video hand support. With a total length of only 22 cm and a weight of merely 250 grams this aluminium tripod requires hardly any space and is thus the ideal travel tripod for photo and video enthusiasts. In combination with the fully aluminium ball head CB2.7 the MAGNESIT COPTER meets all requirements expected from a sturdy table tripod. The detachable ball head CB2.7 from the CULLMANN CROSS series in particular convinces in combination with the removable coupling plate. With the standardised 1/4" camera thread one can easily mount a photo or video camera and the standard hot-shoe can be used to fit a flash and a microphone. The modern design and the high-quality workmanship of the MAGNESIT COPTER with the flat, semicircular tripod legs in association with helicopter rotor blades served as basis for naming the tripod. Stability, low weight and high-quality workmanship are essential features which speak for the entire MAGNESIT Line and which were at the forefront in the development of the multi-tripod MAGNESIT COPTER. Convinced by its own quality, CULLMANN grants a 10 year warranty for the MAGNESIT Line.
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I have a Shoulderpod S1 for holding the phone, but i didn't wanted to use a cheap small tripod, where the phone can trip.
This is the perfect size for photos and videos also. When the legs are closed you can use it as a handle.
The ball head is great, the knob would be better with some texture. I might modify mine a bit because its hard to turn it when your hand are sweaty a bit.
You can have any angle set with this ball head . The quality is really good, not heavy but really sturdy.
I have the strap from the Shoulderpod installed between the tripod and the ball head. This way its secure while moving,or when recording video. Highly recommended for smartphones if you have a holder with standard 1/4" camera thread.
The legs open to just one position: the wide stance shown here. This is by design. You _want_ that stable a base for your camera. Any narrower would be tippy.
The rubberized feet grip most surfaces.
The ball head is good for the money. Repositions quickly. About a half turn (180°) of the set knob fully releases (or retightens) the ball head. The knob grip is comfortably rubberized, so: no metal knurling to bite into your fingers.
I may be overloading this a bit: with my 1470 gm kit (Nikon D7000 + 18-105 lens + SB400 flash + strap), I feel I need to tighten the lock knob on the ball head pretty hard to ensure nothing slips. Even with the extra tighening, it sometimes moves subtly. But, for the price, I think you won't find better.
For the 30ish price range this mini tripod is essential for me.
But it is very steady. Not a problem with my TLR and folding medium format cameras.
Its not quite stable enough for large format, but I don't think anybody expects that.
The rounded legs look stylish. And the rubber ends are nice for grip and comfort.
The top is reversible so you can use it as a camera mount or iso flash mount.
The top has a tendency to unscrew with the camera on it, so I'm frequently thinking the ball-head needs tightened when its really the mount.
The ball-head doesn't hold terribly well, but it is stronger than the ultrapod-II.
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My only criticism is the diameter of the reversible disk that serves as a camera platform - it's very small, allowing too much flexing (and stress!) on the camera baseplate and leading to unwanted vibrations. I replaced it with a much larger disk from an old ball head I had lying around and the difference was dramatic, making the whole thing much more rigid and vibration free.
With a better designed camera platform it would easily get 5 stars from me, but even as it stands it's well worth its cost.
Only downside is that it is a bit heavy and I would love to see a newer model with lighter materials or the legs drilled out to reduce total weight. Also there is no adjustment on the amount of splay on the legs so there is essentially only one height that the tripod sits at.
It supports an E-M5 with 12-50mm lens easily, but it might slip with much heavier lenses.