|Item Weight||1.59 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.5 x 3.8 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||10089287|
|Size||9.5 x 3.8 x 3.5 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Neewer 20 inches/50 centimeters Portable Compact Desktop Macro Mini Tripod with 360 Degree Ball Head,1/4 inches Quick Release Plate, Bag for DSLR Camera, Video Camcorder up to 11 pounds/5 kilograms
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- The tripod is made of Aluminum alloy, Strong and stable; With the use of a tripod, it can achieve greater performance and maintain image quality for cropping larger picture sizes
- Portable Compact Desktop Macro Mini Tripod, the minimum height reaches 135mm, so it is the best choice for macro shooting with smaller size, lighter weight and closer distance
- Extends to 19.7"/50cm tall, folds to 9.1"/23cm, 5 sections adjustable-height leg tubes
- Non-slip feet design to keep the tripod steady. Max load weight is 11lbs/5kg for optimal performance
- 360 degree dial of swivel ball head with bubble level provide you with a panoramic view. Three positions leg angle adjustment system provides flexible shooting
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Note: Camera is NOT included.
Quick-release mounting plate helps ensure fast transitions between shots.
The legs are a 5-segment interlocking crutch-type design.
The carrying bag is enough for convenience.
360 degree dial of swivel ball head with bubble level provide you with a panoramic view.
Three positions leg angle adjustment system provides flexible shooting.
Material: Aluminum alloy
Maximum Height: 19.7"/50cm
Minimum Height: 9.1"/23cm
Load Capacity: 11lbs/5kg
1 x 19.7"/50cm Aluminum alloy Mini Tripod
1 x Carrying Bag
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- Sturdy. This thing feels more much more solid than I thought it would. I believe it's rated for 11 pounds, which doesn't sound like much, but just for comparison it holds up my 5D MK II and 100mm f2.8L with no issues. The main leg joints and the ballhead feel very solid and surprisingly smooth.
- Small and portable. It's great for low-down and tabletop shots, and it fits very easily into a bag (as shown in pictures, in a LowePro ProTactic 350).
- More versatile than it's competitors. I know Manfrotto also makes a mini tripod, but this one has extendable legs, where as the Manfrotto doesn't. It's not going to completely replace your normal tripod, but it's still more versatile than most other mini tripods. Basically, if you're going somewhere where you know there will be benches, stumps, etc. to place your tripod on, you can just bring this and leave your big one at home. If you need to be able to put it on the ground and reach tall heights, bring this and your normal tripod.
- Easy to operate. The legs fold down like most full-size independent-leg tripods. The twist-lock legs are a little different (there isn't an individual grip for each leg) so you may have to fiddle with it a bit. I almost counted this as a con, but in order to have an individual lock for each leg, you'd have to sacrifice portability because they'd have to add extra length to accommodate the lock.
- Individual leg positioning. This is a feature that is usually only included in more expensive tripods (if you buy big name-brand).
- It has levels. I don't use them personally. I'd rather just get the shot at whatever angle it looks best instead of worrying about whether the head is at a perfect 90 degree angle or not, but it may be a neat feature for some.
Cons (short for constructive criticism, but nothing major):
- The lock for panning is also the lock for the ball. To work around this, just unlock the center column instead of the panning/ball lock, and pan at your heart's content. The downside to this is it's not as smooth as an actual panning head, because there isn't really any resistance when you're panning with the center column.
- The center column can be split in two, which is awesome because it means lower shots. BUT, as far as I'm aware, you can't take the stopper off of the lower part of the center column that prevents it from slipping back through the top. The reason I don't consider this a major issue is you can still lock the column in place with the column lock.
There aren't any major issues with this tripod. It's very affordable, and it far exceeds my expectations.
The only issue (which could have been a big issue but the camera was fine) I had with it was I had the legs extended all the way a weekend ago. Worked fine. Held up the camera. I know I locked the legs by twisting the rubber feet. Picked up the tripod to view the camera. When I placed the tripod back on the ground and walked away. A second later I heard a thud. The tripod had fallen backwards and the camera fell on the top right thumb scroll and the rubber eye piece. Camera is fine other than a scuff.
One of the legs had loosened up, collapsed a quarter of the way then fell backwards.
Again, great tripod. I love the tripod low to the ground. I rarely extended the legs. Just unfortunate one of the times I happened to have the legs extended, one came loose and caused the camera to fall.