Sunpak 620-870 DigiPro Digital Camera Tripod with Ball Head
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- Operational height: 10 1/2" to 55 7/8"
- Load limit: 3.3 lbs.; weight: 1.8 lbs.
- Flip-lock legs ground out, with split center column, for low angle photgraphy
- All metal compact ball head with 90º flip
- Includes nylon carry bag with strap
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Sunpak¿s DigiPro Digital Camera Tripod with Ball Head has an operational height: 10 1/2" to 55 7/8" a Load limit: 3.3 lbs.; weight: 1.8 lbs. Flip-lock legs ground out, with split center column, for low angle photography. All metal compact ball head with 90º flip. Includes nylon carry bag with strap. Sunpak is one of the world's largest manufacturers of electronic flash equipment. It has earned a reputation for advanced technical achievement and superior quality. Sunpak electronic flashes are produced for professionals, advanced amateurs, enthusiasts, and casual photographers. They are designed to work with today's auto focus cameras having dedicated flash capabilities. All Sunpak flash units offer advanced features, which provide the widest range of creative control. They are supported by a wide spectrum of system accessories, such as dedicated modules, filters, adapters, batteries and more.
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and it held up great. I had tried the Carson (TP-200) previously, but it kind of
disintegrated under tough conditions, and weighs an ounce more. Initially I was a
little wary of the Sunpak's ball head, but quickly came to prefer it...it takes a
second to screw the camera on (vs. a standard quick-release plate) but the ball
then allows for lightning quick framing of the shot...faster, overall, in my experience.
I liked it so much I bought a second one as soon as I got home...I don't want to be
without one after I eventually lose or wreck this one. Why Sunpak doesn't market
this as a lightweight hiking tripod is a mystery to me.