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Sony VCT-R100 Lightweight Compact Tripod with 3-Way Pan/Tilt Head
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- Function: Elevator, 3way panhead function
- Material: Aluminium,ABS.POM
- Tilt Correction: 90 degrees,60 degrees,360 degrees.
- Lightweight design makes it perfect for travel
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The Sony VCT-R100 Lightweight Tripod with 3-Way Pan/Tilt Head is a compact, lightweight tripod small enough to fit into a back pack. The VCT-R100 folds up to a short and incredibly manageable 14 inches and reaches a maximum height of 39 inches to give you a comfortable using position without requiring you to break your back bending in half.
The VCT-R100 has a 3-way pan/tilt head that makes it easy and convenient to point your camera where you need it without having to adjust the tripod itself, and ideal for steady shooting with a camcorder or digital still camera where you need to follow the action without moving yourself. This tripod is capable of supporting a little more than two pounds, and is constructed of durable black aluminum. The VCT-R100 weighs 1.8 pounds, has four leg stages, utilizes flip locks to lock its legs in place, and includes a center column and brace. This unit comes with a handy carrying case, a manufacturer's limited 1-year warranty on parts, and 90-day warranty on labor.
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Unfortunately, something in the mechanism that snaps and holds the leg sections broke so the bottom two sections of one leg fell out. There was no way to put it back as a part was missing. Luckily, there was no camera on it when it happened. I could still extend the broken leg and the two others one section only, but it was not high enough. This happened in a place, where you would want to have a tripod, adding insult to injury. Since I didn't want to fly the broken tripod 5,000 miles, I retired it after its first use. It still had the plastic wrapping around the head handle.
I may never use my more expensive tripod again because it doesn't fit into travel bags and is also much heavier. With this and my Manfrotto nano stands + LED lights I can fit all my equipment into carryons and still have room for a few changes of clothes and my airline friendly toiletry bag. No more checked bags! I wish I'd bought this little tripod ages ago.
I would give 5 stars but I'd like to see how it holds up for a year or so first. I am mindful of my equipment but don't tend to baby it so I'll have to wait and see for that one.
The controls allow for easy panoramics (pan) and are pretty smooth on all axes so far. Does NOT have a quick release bracket but I don't use it much on my other tripod. I'm either tripod specific or not and don't keep the bracket on the camera unless I plan on using the tripod specifically.
4 start for now and update in a year or less.