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Dolica AX620B100 62-Inch Proline Tripod and Ball Head
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- 62" Aluminum Proline Tripod
- Support up to 13.2 lbs
- Ballhead, quick release plate and bubble level
- Quick release leg locks and non-slip rubber feet
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 5 x 24 inches|
|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||4.05 pounds|
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Dolica's 62" Aluminum Proline Tripod is ideal for both indoor and outdoor photography. It is perfect for events, sports activity, capturing that one amazing shot. Designed for use with Point-N-Shoot cameras and / or Digital SLR cameras Tripod Features: Professional Aluminum alloy construction and able to support up to 13.2 lbs. Base thread: 3/8". Includes ballhead, quick release plate and bubble level. 90 degree vertical platform. Standard-wide angle, semi-wide angle, full-wide angle. Quick release leg locks and non-slip rubber feet.
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Tripod and Ball Head Technical Details
Maximum height column↑: 60 inches
Maximum height column↓: 51
Minimum height column↑ : 32.5 inches
Minimum height column↓ : 21.5 inches
Closed height: 22.5 inches
Net weight: 2.5 lbs
Max weight: 13.2 lbs
Leg sections: 4
Material: Lightweight aluminum alloy
- Ball Head Technical Details
- Base thread: 3/8 inch
- Quick release thread: 1/4 inch
- Panoramic angle: Horizontal 360°
- Material: lightweight aluminum alloy
- Color: Black
Rapid stabile center column
Reversible locking center column
Durable flip leg locks
Non slip rubber feet with retractable spike
Closed cell NBR grips
Integrated tripod bubble level and compass
3-position leg angle adjustment locks
Counter weight hook
Its stylishly made well, engineered with professional features, and priced to be in every household ~Be the Photographer~
- Includes a tripod carry case
Top customer reviews
I have used this with my Fujifilm X-S1, X10, GE X500, and Insignia Video Cameras. It has been, and fell, on concrete, mud, streams, down a slightly large hills (both land & asphalt) and tho it looks like cr@p, NOTHING has broke or became loose, and overall it is STILL a solid tripod. And this "junk ball head" has been rock solid thru out it all.
I don't care what anyone says about the Dolica brand, ALL brands have lemons, and ALL have jems. And in MY experience I have had more jems from Dolica than any other piece of camera gear I have ever owned in 50 years of shooting.
I have been a Dolica user for years. Now I am NOT a “fan boy”, but a good deal is a good deal, and so far every piece of Dolica gear I own has been 100% functional. I have had a ST650 forever it seems, and it was getting a little wore out...so I went looking for another tripod, but this one needed to be more portable then the ST650.
It was between this one and the Amazon Basics 62inch tripod, but the Dolica won out for 2 reasons....'
1. I liked the single-lever on the ball head instead of the 2 knobs on the Amazon
2. I liked the flip release levers on the Dolica instead of the twist locks on the Amazon
Bottom line, the Dolica has been solid every time I have taken it out, easy to adjust, rock solid once setup, and light to carry. The camera locks in place & does not move, I have no problem carrying the tripod-camera around, that is how solid the plate feels. The legs are loose until you snap the locks, and then you can not budge them.
The center column, just like the ST650, when extended & locked in place really IS solid, not like rock solid, but I am not afraid to use it fully extended.....and when extended it brings the camera to eye level of my 6' 1 1/2“ frame.
The leg angle adjustments are a pain, you will NOT be adjusting angles quickly, but height adjustment is very quick. Flipping the center column to do micro photography is a slight pain, and I more than once have almost lost the bag-hook screw section. But the angles that you can get out of this has covered every situation that I have came across.
It will NOT handle strong winds too well unless it is weighted down, but overall it is very usable.
The ball head is solid aluminum, operates smoothly, and takes very little effort to lock in place...and when it is locked, it is LOCKED!
62" for eye level shots
The legs can be angled to where the tripod is really low to the ground for macro or really low shots
Folds into a really compact size for travel and comes with a really nice bag
Nice soft padded grips on the legs for carrying while not in the bag
Has really nice smooth removable ball head that can be positioned all kind of ways and has a pretty smooth pan for video although it is not a real reliable dedicated video head.
Some people don't like the how hard it is to get the camera off the head (and I did at first) but it becomes easier with a little practice. Once the camera is on there though, it will NOT fall off. It locks on securely.
The tripod seems to be pretty stable and it has a hook at the bottom of the middle shaft to add a weight or hang your camera bag for support
Below is the only reason I deducted one star.
Cons (one con): Those legs I mentioned that can be angled and lowered, you have to use an Allen wrench (that comes in the bag) to loosen the legs so the little clamps can be released to move the legs in the desired position. The problem is if you tighten the legs to much it is impossible to pull the clamps open to adjust the legs and if you have them too loose, the legs flail around to freely and it becomes easier to smash your fingers between the legs and the middle shaft. Also I stripped the head on one of the bolts so I can't tighten or loosen it at all. I'm not sending the tripod back for that though, I'll just use a tap to get it out and replace the bolt myself.
I'm not sure about using this tripod in the field yet. I'll test it some more but I think I may need to go with a Manfrotto. Having said that, this is still a nice tripod even if it is just being used around the house or in a studio.
I need a versatile, all-in-one tripod that will suite my specific needs for crime scene photography, teaching photography and long exposure photography for rugged and unpredictable landscapes. I personally think I have put this tripod through the ringer and it has held up wonderfully. It's also decently compact and light so it's nice to travel with (because I can't stand cheap travel tripods). I'll be right back here to buy another one if anything happens to this one!