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Reviewed in the United States on April 18, 2018
Haven't had time to learn about pro-tripods and decided to try this entry level thing. All I can say - it proves the name 'Basics'. It's OK for the price if you need to take a couple of family photos, not more

Cons:
- got broken in less than 3 months of light use (one of adjustment levers got broken)
- not sturdy, might work for light camera with light lens, I've tried it with ~4lbs 150-600 lens and it was way to shaky even not extended and each shutter click caused all the thing to shiver
- legs end with cheap and slippery parts, not sturdy at all
- no ball, so adjustments cannot be done granular

Pros:
- lightweight
- comes with a bag
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1.0 out of 5 stars True 'basics' tripod: lightweight, for beginners, not sturdy
By Dima on April 18, 2018
Haven't had time to learn about pro-tripods and decided to try this entry level thing. All I can say - it proves the name 'Basics'. It's OK for the price if you need to take a couple of family photos, not more

Cons:
- got broken in less than 3 months of light use (one of adjustment levers got broken)
- not sturdy, might work for light camera with light lens, I've tried it with ~4lbs 150-600 lens and it was way to shaky even not extended and each shutter click caused all the thing to shiver
- legs end with cheap and slippery parts, not sturdy at all
- no ball, so adjustments cannot be done granular

Pros:
- lightweight
- comes with a bag
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