Ravelli APLT2 50" Light Weight Aluminum Tripod with Bag
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- Height min./max. 16.5"/50"
- Pan and tilt motion, with built-in
- Landscape or portrait orientation
- Lever leg locks
- Carry bag included
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It's still going strong and I use it occasionally. No issues whatsoever. I put my Nikon D3200 on it and it works great.
This is the kind of tripod you need if you make youtube videos or how to videos or if you take pics of hobbies . its aluminum and plastic so while its great for STABLE STATIONARY USE IT'S NOT FOR RUGGED OUTDOOR USE !!!! I get tired of reviews where people give negative comments because they tried to use the product beyond its limitations .
I bought this to use for tutorial videos that I do on youtube and its perfect .
Thank you that will be all!!!
This tripod quickly and easily scales from 2 feet to a height that is comfortable for a 6 foot tall person to use at eye level. It's very light, and the handle makes it easy to move around. There's a little shake to it but nothing that will prevent getting a good shot. It comes with a mini tripod that can attach to point and shoot cameras. The fabric carrying case is a nice addition. The rubber feet provide good traction on all indoor surfaces, though I'm not sure how they would fare on grass or rocks.
The one weakness is that with a 300mm zoom lens on a D7000 the tripod has a hard time staying in place if you are taking shots angled downwards (i.e. shooting an object at a 45 degree angle from above). It's not a deal breaker since you can stabilize it by placing your hand on the handle, but the knob that controls the vertical angle does not hold beyond a certain point.
Good value for $20.
EDIT: upgraded to 5 stars since I figured out how to lock the vertical angle. The handle that moves the the swivel head can be rotated and this solves the problem.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works just as great if not better then say a $100 tripod. It also included a big lens cloths which I use for my glasses. :)Published 23 hours ago by Abel
Some folks have left this negative reviews and I don't think that is very fair. Yes its "cheap" thin aluminum and plastic... BUT - its a cheap tripod. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kevin
Not what I expected. A little thin on the construction. Will have to return it.Published 1 day ago by PDUBSNY
I have put this tripod to use for what is a couple months now. Very easy to use and gets the job done. However, last night while out shooting one of the plastic brackets broke. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Andrew Glatt
my tripod broke the first time using it. The fasteners to adjust and tighten the tripod were flimsy and when putting it away the section that attaches to the leg of the tripod fell... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer