- Shipping Weight: 658 g
- Item model number: 10000205@@774
- ASIN: B002VXC49Y
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: July 19 2010
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #115,225 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
50-inch Professional Tripod ~Including CASE~ For all CAMERA/CAMCORER
|Price:||CDN$ 15.42 FREE SHIPPING.|
- 2kg Load Capacity for this 50" tripod.
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Don't just take snapshots! Take control over your composition with increased camera performance and sharper images that will exceed your expectations!
With the use of a tripod you can achieve greater performance and maintain image quality for cropping and larger picture sizes. Also, it will allow you to hold steady enough to deliver all the performance the equipment you invested in can provide. You might even get into some pictures yourself, with your camera's self-timer feature and your camera held secure on a sturdy tripod.
# Extends to 50 Inches Tall, Folds to 16.5 Inches, Weighs Just Over One Pound!
For incredible portability and versatility
# 2kg Load Capacity
Supports SLR cameras and zoom lenses with ease
# 4-Section Aluminum Legs
For maximum versatility and light weight
# Quick-Release Photo/Video Platform
Makes changing equipment easy
# 3-Way, 360-Degree Swivel Panhead
For shooting at any angle
# Adjustable Tilt and Pan Controls
For vertical format photography
# Gearless Center Column
For fast, precise column adjustment
# Bubble Level Indicator
Helps you keep your tripod perfectly level
# Quick-Release Leg Locks
For quick, easy maneuverability
# Non-Slip Feet
Keeps your tripod steady on virtually any surface
# Includes Nylon Carrying Case with Shoulder Strap
Convenient, lightweight protection and mobility
Note: 2kg Load Capacity for this 50" tripod.
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Top Customer Reviews
Bottom line: Great tripod for the price. (Should be named "45in amateur tripod for photo camera only")
Other than that, everything is good. Lightweight.
If it brakes after a while your out no money.
Its a i would never try to put a big camera on it. Don't look that strong good for small cameras.
it is what it is.
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Most recent customer reviews
Unstable and bad quality. But you're getting what you pay for in tripods!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Broke straight out of attempting to move the pieces around and test it out... says is supports a variety of different expensive models but is much too flimsy to be trusted mounting... Read morePublished on Feb. 7 2012 by teraswan