ZOMEI 64 Inch Aluminum Travel Portable DSLR Camera Tripod Monopod Flexible Head For Canon Nikon Sony Samsung Olympus Panasonic & Pentax With Carry Bag
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- 1: Twist leg locking, giving a more convenient tripod leg handling. This tripod can be easily convert into a monopod.
- 2: 360 Degree Panning Complete Tripods: Accurate panoramas can be easily orchestrated using the graduated panning scale for accurate image alignment.
- 3: Recessed Center-Column Hook on ZOMEI's complete tripods: A spring loaded recessed hook, located in the bottom of the center-column, allows you to hang additional weight from the tripod's center of gravity for increased stability. Separate Head and Pan Lock: Individual head tension and lock knob as well as pan lock help make the right adjustment.
- 4: Precision Matched Ball head on this Complete Tripods: Universal ball head handle with secured clip, double securing your camera from accident dropping. Dual action heavy duty ballhead with compatible quick release plate. Integral Bubble Level: Allows adjustment to prevent uneven pans and head movements. The tripod legs can be inverted and folded back 180 degrees making it small enough to carry just about anywhere.
- 5: This complete tripods comes with Four Sections Center Column: Get the height you need and ultimate versatility. Twist Lock Legs with Anti-Rotation System.
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|Item Dimensions||1.5 x 1.9 x 2.3 inches|
|Item Weight||0.88 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||3.9 pounds|
The ZOMEI camera Complete Tripods provides an exceptional combination of materials, construction and features! Great for point & shoot, mirrorless, and DSLR cameras, plus converts to a monopod in seconds.
The Complete Tripods legs can be inverted and folded back 180° giving it a compact size of 20" when folded yet 60.2" when extended, it weighs 3.7 lbs and can support up to 33 lbs.
ZOMEI Complete Tripods Features converts into a full size 55" monopod by screwing together the removeable center column and tripod leg.
Two leg angle positions provide flexibility and enable shooting in cramped quarters or on irregular surface areas.
Twist lock legs Twist lock legs with anti-rotation system, paired with rubberized locking grips enable fast and fumble-free set-up plus weather and dust resistance.
Comes with a carrying case for transport and protection.
Maretial: Aluminium Complete Tripods
Maximum Load: 15kg
Max Height (24°Leg Angle) w/ Column Extended: 153cm/64.5inch
Minimum Height: 58cm/22.8inch
Max Height Converted to Monopod:158cm/62.2inch
Number of Leg Sections:4
Leg Lock Type:Twist lock
Center Column:Yes. Attaches to leg section to convert to full size monopod.
Tilt Range:-45°/ +90°
Separate Panning Lock:Yes
Complete Tripods Head Type: Ball Head
Head Mount Thread Size:1/4"-20
Quick Release (QR) Plate:Arca-Swiss Style
1 * Complete Tripods (include ball head)
1 * Ball Head Bag
1 * Wrench
1 * Instruction
1 * Carrying case
Top Customer Reviews
ZOMEI Camera Tripod,64.5 Inch Monopod Professional Tripods
There were a few things (besides the good ratings on Amazon) that were apart of my decision process to choose this tripod. First, it can convert into a monopod. Very handy since I was debating if I needed a monopod. Second, it has a built in counter weight hook that you can use to add stabilizing weight to the tripod. Nice touch. Finally, it has a built in level. I can take that little add out trinket out of my camera back now......
- Okay, the camo on the carrying bag is kind of cheesy; however, the bag is nicely padded with a shoulder strap.
- The ball head is in it's own separate felt bag.
- The rig has a nice fell and heft to it, but not too heavy all.
- The level is conveniently located next to the mounting plate.
- It is very easy to flip the ball head 90 degrees for portrait mode shots.
- Converting it from a tripod to monopod does require a bit effort. You have to separate one leg and the center column with the ball head from the rest of the tripod AFTER to you unscrew the counter weight hook. There is also a separate nut/screw needed to join the two pieces together (something that could easily get lost). Overall, this is not a setup that you can converts quickly. You are really going to need to use the monopod for a while without the tripod configuration.
- Getting the tripod bag into the carrying bag took some effort. The legs fold up to surround the ball head. Hence, the issue with getting it back in the bag. You have to find the right placement of legs around ball head to get it to collapse as small possible. Otherwise, it will not fit back into the bad (trust me). This process took a couple of tries.
Overall, I am have happy with the purchase. I would have given it 5 stars, but the conversion process to monopod is not quick. I don't care for the separate screw/nut arrangement. Also, getting it back into the carrying bag takes effort.
Given that, this one is definitely a keeper.
I have the 64.5-Inch F678 (/gp/product/B01F8D3ZA0, now ten bucks cheaper--blah). The twist-lock leg extensions are notably faster than my prior WalMart tripod that lasted years before breaking. WalMart had flip-up clamps to extend the legs; one of those broke, no longer holding its leg, which can no longer fully remain extended under the weight of a camera.
The Zomei is built of solid materials, with good quality fittings--with care this will last me decades--everything works smoothly and fits snugly. It's a refreshing change to use this; it feels far more stable and accurate than the old one, which wasn't this precise even when new. No gaps introducing play or wobble. It's about twice as much as I paid for the prior tripod, but it's lighter and more stable and feels stronger. Worth it.
The multi-position legs is a cool feature, though I haven't used it yet. The tripod can hold a far greater array of positions than the old one. Similarly the upside-down mount will prove useful, but I haven't yet shot anything at ground level requiring a tripod. Looking forward to it.
CONS (all are subjective):
I would like more height--old one was 8-12" taller. I also wouldn't mind a quick release, though unscrewing the plate doesn't take too long (maybe four or six seconds) to remove the camera. Lastly, I got accustomed to using the (old WalMart) video handle--despite that I'm exclusively DSLR. I didn't know when I began those are "officially" only for video work--and it's unsurprising that I got a multipurpose, generic solution at WM. This tripod lacks that handle--though the other one (/dp/B01LAWNKDA) has it. I saw the item in the photo had this handle but then opted for the taller one without noticing height wasn't the only difference. If I used this for video it would be a problem.
However, all those points are on me for not researching more thoroughly--caveat emptor--no stars deducted for brainless shopping. This is a great "prosumer level" tripod for still camera use.