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Manfrotto 709B Digi Table Top Tripod with Ball Head (Black)


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  • Tiny table-top tripod perfect for point-and-shoot, compact SLR, and compact camcorder cameras^Sets up in seconds to provide a stable shooting platform that can be used virtually anywhere, indoors or out^Silky-smooth Manfrotto Mini Ball Head providing 360-degree pan and +-90-degree tilt^Aluminum finish, 1/4-inch screw mount^Fits in your pocket or in its own belt-loop carrying pouch (not included)
  • Tiny table-top tripod perfect for point-and-shoot, compact SLR, and compact camcorder cameras^Sets up in seconds to provide a stable shooting platform that can be used virtually anywhere, indoors or out^Silky-smooth Manfrotto Mini Ball Head providing 360-degree pan and +-90-degree tilt^Aluminum finish, 1/4-inch screw mount^Fits in your pocket or in its own belt-loop carrying pouch (not included)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 68.6 x 10.2 x 10.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 136 g
  • Item model number: 709B
  • ASIN: B0000YD2JC
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 14 2010
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #156,900 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Product Description

A tiny table-top tripod perfect for a number of applications. Fits in your pocket or in its own belt-loop carrying pouch (available as an accessory) and sets up in seconds to provide a stable shooting platform that can be used virtually anywhere, indoors or out. The 709B comes complete with an integrated Manfrotto Mini Ball Head providing 360° pan and +/-90° tilt.

A convenient single locking mechanism blocks or frees movement on all axes for greater speed of use.

Attaches by: 1/4'' screw attachment type
Closed length: 20.0 cm 7.87 in
Color: Black
Leg Angles: 75°
Load Capacity: 2 kg 4.41 lbs
Maximum Height: 11.0 cm 4.33 in
Panoramic Rotation: 360 °
Quick Release: no
Weight: 0.2 kg 0.44 lbs

From the Manufacturer

A compact, lightweight, table-top tripod perfect for a wide range of digital photographic applications. The Digi-Table-Top tripod was developed to maximize the superior imaging capabilities and versatility of new-generation, compact digital cameras. It sets up in seconds to form an exceptionally stable shooting platform that can be used virtually anywhere, indoors or out. It sports a handsome bright aluminum finish and comes complete with a silky-smooth Manfrotto Mini Ball Head providing 360-degree pan and +-90-degree tilt. A convenient belt-loop carrying pouch is also available as an additional accessory.

Features include:

  • Part of the DIGI series of lightweight, compact supports for small digital point-and-shoot cameras
  • Sturdy all-metal construction
  • A convenient single locking mechanism blocks or frees movement on all axes for greater speed of use



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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9b03812c) out of 5 stars 71 reviews
42 of 42 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a39eae0) out of 5 stars Not for a DSLR! Aug. 3 2011
By Len Mcwilliams - Published on Amazon.com
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This item is well made and nicely designed. Therefore I gave it 5 stars in spite of the fact that I'm returning it.

Please pay attention to the intended use for this tabletop tripod: "perfect for point-and-shoot, compact SLR, and compact camcorder cameras"

I didn't, and soon discovered that it's *not* appropriate for a DSLR. My Nikon D5100 + lens is 2.8 lbs. The tripod does not hold in position this lens-heavy camera. When you aim it at a subject, it drifts away--no matter how firmly you tighten the ball head. I'm sure that a lighter more balanced camera would be fine.
29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a39ed8c) out of 5 stars Solid table top tripod, works great with my Sony a300 DSLR July 24 2009
By D. H. - Published on Amazon.com
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A little pricey (that's why 4 stars) but it is very solidly built and looks like it will last forever; it's made from cast aluminum and appears to have no plastic parts and is lightweight. The head swivels 360* and tilts 90* so you can take vertical photos as well (it will even hold my DSLR sideways without tipping). It holds the camera 3.5" above the ground. The legs have small cork pads on their ends to prevent slipping. It's about an inch longer than a dollar bill and fits in the front pocket of my camera case or in my pants pocket if I go on a walk.

Would buy again and recommend to a friend.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a3a000c) out of 5 stars Small and Sturdy...and Expensive Jan. 22 2010
By Cameron Scholtz - Published on Amazon.com
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I felt a bit guilty purchasing this tripod. It's a lot of money for a little piece of metal with a few movable parts. But I figure I'm worth it haha! For the price you get Manfrotto quality. The legs are very slender, solid metal and nonadjustable. This tripod feels sturdy and well made. It is very compact when folded, more so than the other brands I looked at, and this feature helped sell me because I like to travel light; it can even fit in a pants pocket.

When I attach my Canon EOS 50D in the upright position, the camera is held stable. However, the tripod cannot hold the Canon 50 vertically (portrait) without tipping over (see my photo). This can be easily remedied by put a small amount of weight on the opposite leg, such as a book, weight, etc.

The tripod has tiny cork feet glued to the underside of each leg. One of the feet had come off in the package before I even opened it. Not sure how long it will stay around before it's inadvertently lost. Be prepared to make your own replacement feet. For the price I'm surprised Manfrotto didn't do some kind of molded silicon foot or something a little more rugged.

I'm giving this tripod 4 stars because IMO it's a bit overpriced for what it is. It is a good tabletop tripod but if you're on a budget there a quite a few other makes, all cheaper. Velbon Mini and Sunpak Mini Proplus are two others I considered. Also Vanguard makes several minis. BTW, I've posted some photos in case that helps.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a3a033c) out of 5 stars Sturdy and compact June 21 2008
By Robert Fately - Published on Amazon.com
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My quest for a highly compact tripod to use with my Canon Powershot G9 led me to this Manfrotto unit, which is actually quite sturdy given its size. True, the legs fold out only to one position, but that gives the unit its strength despite its small size. The single lock knob tightens both the tilt and rotation of the ball and socket head - not as flexible as separate controls but certainly leading to a more compact and still strong support.

I have owned the Leica compact legs and ball head for some 3 decades now - they're still available to day for somewhere in the neighborhood of $120 total - but on business trips find even it to be too large and cumbersome. So the combination of the G9 and this Manfrotto tripod is ideal. And don't think it's limited to work on table tops - I occasionally use it by bracing it against a convenient wall.
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a3a0570) out of 5 stars Good buy March 17 2008
By Book Fan - Published on Amazon.com
Very well made sturdy product, purchased it recently and have been using it ever since, my D70s and a 18-70mm or a 55-200mm lens is easily supported by this tripod. Very compact and can fit in the carrying case easily. The only problem is that it attaching and detaching it to the camera is not easy, wish they had something else instead of a screw attachment.