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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||4.2 pounds|
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
However, when it comes to just photography, (and even some video) I use this tripod. I have two of them. I like to make sure one is always in my trunk at all times.
Here are the great things about it: Low price, therefore allowing you to have a spare one, leave in truck, or in another location. Lightweight, so not bad while hiking or getting landscapes. Good quick release plate. I also use this tripod for audio sometimes, for example with the Zoom H6 or H4n, which has a tripod thread. I use it for GoPro to get time lapses. Last but not least, the ball head. Most cheaper tripods don't come with the ball head. I like to shoot panorama's with the camera being vertical. This allows for that, you can get the camera composition right with this ball head. You may have to adjust the sticks and such when you shoot vertical. If you don't have an L plate, this will work about as good. It's like having an L plate, it's secure, you just have to change the legs a little bit to get good composition.
If you're a landscape photographer who has to hike a good distance to get the shot, this one is really nice. It will hold a heavy camera well. I used to put a 5D Mark 3 on it, with a heavy L series zoom lens, as well as a double bracket in the hotshot of the 5D with the Zoom recorder or flash, as well as LED lighting with an audio recorder.
Now I use a Sony A7R, which is even lighter, so all the better. However, it will fit a big DSLR with big lenses very sturdily.
* I have included a photo of both the 5D and 7D on this tripod. *
While this initially looked to be a sturdy and well-made tripod, it became immediately apparent that if you mount anything weighing over approximately 1.5 lbs, this thing will wobble and oscillate with the slightest touch, defeating the purpose for using a tripod in the first place.
I returned this tripod and purchased a more expensive, centrally braced tripod - but with significantly better results. I would go far as to say this tripod would have trouble preserving a vibration free platform for even a mid-sized point-and-shoot camera - let alone anything with even the slightest piece of glass on it. Spotting scopes? Forget it. Binoculars? Again - anything much over a pound will just sit there and vibrate/resonate/ring, preventing the kind of view you pay good money for a tripod for.
Consider the Davis and Sanford PROVISTA 18. This is the most reasonably priced, QUALITY tripod that I found - it will even handle some of the largest spotting scopes on the market.
It works great, very sleek, and does exactly what I would expect of it for the price I paid. Don't get me wrong, it's not a $1000 Manfrotto but it does the job and has fairly decent parts. It is very adjustable and has not only a level built in, but also a compass?
The legs are a good, the clasps are made of a fairly cheap plastic though, so I'm going to have to be extra careful not to snap them. There is a great metal base plate and the three adjustable angles for the legs should be fun to play with!
Do keep in mind that it's aluminum. If it's going to full height you'll probably want to keep it indoors only. But that also means it's super lightweight and portable!! Folds up to a to about a foot and a half and the bag is good quality.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not too bad to set up or take apart.
Would recommend to everyone