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Vivitar HF-TR59 Digital Camera Tripod with Carrying Case
|Price:||$19.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Lightweight and collapsible to 22 inches
- Suitable for most digital and film cameras, as well as camcorders
- Quick release mount for easy transition to handheld shooting
- Professional grip for fluid 3-way panning and tilt
- Comes with carrying case
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|Color||Silver and Black|
|Item Dimensions||3 x 3 x 19.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||2.9 pounds|
|Item Weight||1 pound|
|Shipping Weight||2.5 pounds|
The Digital Concepts HF-TR59 Camera Tripod is designed for most film and digital cameras as well as camcorders. Featuring a quick-release plate that makes it a breeze to switch to handheld shooting and a professional grip for fluid 3-way panning and tilt, the HF-TR59 lets you capture images from any angle you can imagine. The tripod can extend to a height of 55 inches when in use, and collapse to just 22 inches for travel or storage. For your convenience, a carrying case is included. Lightweight, versatile, and affordable, the Digital Concepts HF-TR59 is a great tripod for photographers of all levels of experience.What's in the Box
HF-TR59 tripod and carrying case.
Top Customer Reviews
The BAD news is that this unit is cheap, light and flimsy. The GOOD news is that it is that it is cheap and light! For the price, I would call it an excellent value, especially for someone who needs to carry it around with them since it is so light weight.
Many ultra-light tripods feature a hook on the bottom of the centerpost that allows you to tie a bag of rocks or dirt or whatever to weigh down the tripod for steadier shooting. Although the picture of this item shows such a hook, my unit did not come with one. Fortunately you can always tie a weight on with string if you need to.
If you have a slightly higher budget I would recommend looking at the various tripods by Sunpak first. And if you can afford them I would also look at Slik brand tripods as well.
First off... the item is just as pictured. Contrary to a previous post, there is a hook for stabilization. Nobody mentioned that the tripod has a directly mounted carry handle also (kinda like a briefcase handle).
Pros: light, stabilizer hook, carry handle, carry case (perfect fit - doesn't add bulk), dual liquid bubbles, and quite study for the price (which is pretty damn cheap and sufficient for most users).
Cons: materials used may not be the best quality... I wouldn't want to place my $5000 digital SLR on this (which I don't have), but if you're a pro, you'd probably spend >$100 for one anyhow.
Very please with purchase. Highly recommend!
* Folds and doesn't take much space
* Comes with a bag for storing and carrying
* Does the job
* Mine came without an instruction manual! I never used a tripod before, so I wasn't sure how to put it together and attach my digital camera to it. But after about 30 minutes of fumbling with it, I figured it out.
Overall this is a great tripod for the price. The lightweight aluminium and plastic build are okay. I would recommend this tripod for the average user. The build is relatively small also which makes it easy for quick use in tight areas.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
does what it's supposed to do, but breaks easily. made with aluminum and plastic. Be very careful with it and it may last a while though if you're budget is tight. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joseph Sweet
Extremely cheap material, not sturdy at all, and broke the first week I tried using it. DO NOT trust your camera on it unless it's a disposable camera you picked up from target or... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sylvain
Its ok, cheap build and quality. Came with a missing screw, but gets the basic job done. Not for pros!Published 5 months ago by Nicholas Johnson
The picture of the tripod is Misleading! It is not a vivtar and it broke. Looks like the factory they got this cheap tripod from didn't a screw in the legPublished 5 months ago by jeremy thomas
This was super cheap and I thought it would break right away. It took a few years before it did and thankfully is still usable. I would buy it again. Read morePublished 6 months ago by IkonGod
It is a rather light tripod as it is made out of plastic and aluminum parts. I have used it numerous times with my camera and a light lens for I am uncertain it would hold a... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alexandra