Davis & Sanford EXPLORERV Vista Explorer 60” Tripod with Tripod Bag, BONUS Smartphone Adapter and 10 Year Warranty
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- 3 way pan head with bubble level
- Only 3 pounds
- Quick release leg locks
- Geared Center Post
- Bag included
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Davis & Sanford EXPLORERV Camera & Video Tripod with Smartphone Adapter Included
Perfect for ALL shooting environments
The Explorer Tripod is perfect for todays DSLR, Mirrorless, Video & Smartphone cameras up to 4 pounds. Featuring quick release leg locks and 3 way pan head, the Explorer tripod is a breeze to set up. Utilizing a geared center post, this extends from 22" to 60" giving great range. Extra leg support offers better stability. Tripod bag & Smartphone adapter included.
BONUS Smartphone Adapter
Mount your smartphone to the Davis & Sanford EXPLORERV so you can capture beautiful landscape or family pictures. Maximum phone size 8.1cm or 3.19 inches wide.
A locking leg support brace enhances stability, and there's a third bubble level on the base to facilitate quick, easy setup on uneven surfaces, a carry hook at the bottom of the center post, a separate carry handle, and non-slip rubber feet for enhanced stability on slippery surfaces.
- Min Height: 22"
- Max Height: 60"
- Max Capacity: 4lbs
- Head: 3-Way pan
- Center Post: Geared
- Tripod Weight: 3lbs
- Bubble Levels: 3
- Legs: 3 Section
- Case: Included
- Warranty: 10 Years
- Smartphone Adapter Included
Extending to a comfortable eye-level viewing height of 60 inches, and providing a maximum load capacity of 4 pounds, this robust aluminum folds down to an easy-to-pack 23 inches in length and weighs only 3 pounds.
When you need to operate at lower levels when shooting landscape or taking some close up/macro shots, the ExplorerV comfortably goes down to 22 inches.
A nicely finished 3-way pan/tilt head with two bubble levels for precise vertical and horizontal orientation, and a quick-release plate for speedy camera mounting and removal.
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|Max Height||61 Inches||64 Inches w/o head||53 Inches||65 Inches||72 Inches||64 Inches|
|Min Height||21 Inches||24 Inches||12.5 Inches||9 Inches||8 Inches||28 Inches|
|Max Load Capacity||8lbs (3.62kg)||12lbs (5.44kg)||10lbs (4.53kg)||12lbs (5.44kg)||13lbs (5.89kg)||18lbs (8.16kg)|
|Type of Head||3-Way Fluid||No Head||Ball Head||Ball Head||FX-13 Counterbalance head||FM18 Fluid Head|
|Manufacturer Warranty||10 Years||10 Years||10 Years||10 Years||10 Years||10 Years|
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The Explorer Tripod is perfect for digital, video and still cameras up to 4 pounds. Featuring quick release leg locks and 3 way pan head, this tripod is a breeze to set up. Utilizing a geared center post, this extends from 22" to 60" giving great range. Extra leg support offers better stability. Tripod bag included.
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My use of the tripod has been very gentle. I take it out, move it to a different room in my house, set up my DLSR and shoot. I don't think this would last long at all if you used it often, if you traveled with it or if you needed to use it in a more rigorous way.
DSLRs are expensive. I'm seeing the error of my ways in trying to save a few dollars on a tripod that might not actually support my camera at a critical time. The plastic used to construct this product is obviously weak, and It's a foolish risk to take.
I get that there's a 10 year warranty. I appreciate it. But I don't want to pack it up, send it back and get a repaired (or a new inferior product) that's going to break again.
This is my first tripod purchase and my biggest priority was portability because I know that if my tripod weighed too much, I just wouldn't bother carrying it. I shoot with a Nikon D80 and a 18-200 VR lens so stability was also important. I'm in the midst of a 365 project (1 self portrait every day for a year) so the freedom of a tripod has greatly expanded my photo possibilities. I was concerned that my camera body and lens are heavy enough that I wouldn't be able to use it in a portrait orientation without tipping over. Honestly, cranked up high, its a bit rocky but doable, at least on a flat surface in my house. I'm not sure I'd trust it on a rocky slope. I sort of wish I'd gone with a ball-mount tripod rather than the 3 way adjuster but most ball mounts were beyond my desired price range. The adjustments achieve all the same motions of a ball, it just takes a little more effort to perfect it. So far so good though. I have yet to encounter a shot I couldn't get.
Let me know if you like my review. This will encourage me to continue writing and updating my reviews, and leave a comment if you have any questions, I will be more than happy to answer if I can be of help :)
* 3 way pan head with bubble level
* Only 3 pounds
* Quick release leg locks
* Geared Center Post
* Bag included
If you just need something around the house or for occasional outdoor use, look no further. This things has 2 bubble levels (yes TWO!!). It's telescoping, rotating, horizontal and portrait orient-able, and light (weight).
For 80% of us out there, this thing will far exceed whatever the need is. For you other 20%, look elsewhere, or buy a couple of these knowing they will break eventually (it's a price consideration after all).
At first, I was like "How much??? It comes with a bag? Great reviews?? I'm getting this!" and figured something horribly wrong might end up at my door. Thankfully, it came with everything listed and it works pretty well. I've handled high-quality tripods (ones that are in the $100-ranges) and this one is really good, despite it being plastic. I thought the plastic-parts were going to be an issue but it keeps it lightweight and its built well enough to handle heavy cameras. Sure, the swivel isn't smooth, but what did you expect from something with such a low price range? It still swerves, right? I personally love it and have been using it ever since. And the height is great as well. I'm pretty happy with this purchase. Now if only I can buy my own camera....
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Para ser un tripie económico ($355.76 en la fecha que lo compre) cumple muy bien su función no puedes esperar mucho mas… o que la cabeza del tripie tenga un movimiento fluido pero seguro que puedes trabajar con él, ya que está enfocado para principiantes, pero algunos fotógrafos o camarógrafos más avanzados seguro también le sacaran mucho jugo.
-Niveles para asegurar que el tripie y cámara estén derechos
-Fast plate para poner y quitar la cámara rápidamente
-Gomas en las patas
-Clips de rapida apertura para montar y desmontar el tripie en poco tiempo
Honestamente por el precio es difícil conseguir algo de mejor calidad, este es un tripie que cumple su función y es muy fácil de llevar a cualquier ubicación en donde se vaya a realizar foto o video.
Lo recomiendo ampliamente, espero que esta reseña te haya sido útil :)
[Fr] C'est un bon produit dans cette gamme de prix. Je le recommande. (petite précision, l'adapteur pour le téléphone intelligent n'est pas de très bonne qualité, mais le trepied est de très bonne qualitée pour le prix.)
No te arrepentirás!
La zapata para colocar la cámara tiene el tornillo flojo, se le sale. La rosca para subir el cuello no sirve bien. En la imagen del producto muestran una bolsa distinta a la que me entregaron y además me llegó sin el soporte para celular, lo cual fue decisivo para mi compra, pues iba a comprar el de Amazon basics.
La caja parece de un producto usado, muy desgastada.
Última vez que compro Davis & Stanford.
But then two things happened:
1. I wanted a tripod that allows me to remove the camera mount head so I could use the three way pan head and the ball head interchangeably. But alas! this product doesn't allow you to remove the pan head. And I couldn't get this information from any review or video online.
2. While I was checking the functioning I happened to loosen the horizontal pan screw to the full extent possible. And as anyone would expect the unit came out completely. But when I tried to put it back it didn't attach to the thread anymore. When I peeped inside I saw that the hole inside was blocked a little bit by the surrounding material. I tried to push and pull the pan head to clear the hole but it didn't help. So in short I was not able to tighten the panning anymore. This disappointed me further.
Also this tripod feels huge even when it's retracted. I am a beginner so I figured I would be lazy to carry this enormous thing around. I tried to strap it with the Amazon basics bag that I bought along with it but it was way bigger than the bag.
So I requested for a return and Amazon gave me back my money. I did a little more research and then bought a Cullmann Nanomax 450 RW20.
Hope this review helps potential buyers out there.