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- Extends to over 4 feet!
- Folds down to 17 inches
- 3-way fluid panhead with bubble level
- Rubber grip feet
- Includes carrying case
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You work hard and we know it. At Targus, we spend hundreds of hours a year learning about how people work, where they work, and what they need to perform at their best.
With a heritage rooted in the mobility of on-the-go-professionals, we strive to advance the mobile accessories category with cutting-edge, quality-made, productivity-boosting solutions — carrying cases, tech accessories, and peripherals — that enable an ever-changing workforce to perform at their best anytime, anywhere.
Since our founding in 1983 with the debut of the original laptop bag, we’ve grown to become a global brand — with 45 offices worldwide and direct distribution in more than 100 countries — that supports large enterprises and end users alike.
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|Item Dimensions||3.2 x 16.9 x 3.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.35 pounds|
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The Targus Digital Tripod with 3-Way Panhead fully extends to 50 inches. It extends to over 4 feet and folds down to only 17 inches when not in use. There is a 3-way fluid panhead with bubble level. Each tripod has a quick release plate and quick release leg locks for ease of use. With a 2.5 lb. load capacity, rubber grip feet and an included carrying case, the Targus Digital Tripod will suit your tripod needs. What makes Targus Cases and Accessories stand apart? Years of manufacturing experience, innovation and customer feedback go into every one of our Targus Cases and Accessories. At Targus, we craft cases that will endure the demands of your schedule without losing their stylish appearance.
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Get a different cheap tripod. Targus is not necessarily out of my business for this as I have used good products before, but I won't buy another tripod.
***** Update! Found the problem. There was some plastic chips down in the threads and when I shook them out the adjuster tightened nicely.
(refers to threaded part of Part #1, and the threaded piece inside the pan head.)
Now I am happy. Good tripod for my use and I recommend it as long as you do not try to overload it.
Then I went to mount my camera and the stand wouldn't level itself. The supposed "swivel" tripod feet were stiff and unyielding. Strike two.
I used the tripod this way on 3 separate occasions for about 45 minutes each time.
Yesterday morning, I went to go take pictures in my yard. The TRIPOD HEAD (WITH MY DSLR ATTACHED) BROKE OFF in my hand. I am 105 lbs, so there is no way I have enough strength to rip a well made tripod apart. Strike three.
Unfortunately, the return deadline has passed and even though it has a "warranty", I really don't want another Targus Tripod in my possession. Especially when it is the only thing standing between my camera and the cold hard concrete. I'll just swallow the $20+ I spent on this crap product.