- Product Dimensions: 27.9 x 5.1 x 81.3 cm ; 680 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 862 g
- Item model number: CU 52001
- ASIN: B0045HINX0
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Oct. 2010
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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Cullmann Nanomax 200T includes Cb5.1Tripod includes Ball Head
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- Photo / Video tripod including ball head CB5.1 with quick release system
- Tripod star and tripod legs made of aluminium, adjustment of the tripod leg angle for macro position
- Short packing size, low weight, perfect travel tripod, case for transport
- 10 years warranty
- Box content: Tripod including ball head CB5.1 with quick release system, tripod case
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The abbreviation T in the model name of the NANOMAX 200T already reveals the purpose of this tripod. T stands for travel and this is what the CULLMANN NANOMAX 200T is most suitable for. With a packing dimension of only 28 cm and a weight of only 700 g the NANOMAX 200T can be easily stowed away in any backpack or bag. The aluminium made ball head CB5.is also included in the scope of delivery. The NANOMAX line is sold with a 10 year warranty.<P>The new range of NANOMAX tripods are the smart complete solution for novice photographers and video enthusiasts who are looking for a good tripod. Despite their short packing size and light weight, NANOMAX tripods are extremely stable and robust. Additional features include: – Anodised aluminium legs and center column – Tripod star made of aluminium die casting – And, of course, it comes with 10 years' warranty
Tripod ; ball head CB5.1 with quick release system; tripod case
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Top Customer Reviews
Having tried it out, I was absolutely amazed at how solidly made it was, the ball head held My Sony DSLR A500 with a 70-300 with ease, even on full height. Its sturdy enough not to blow over in the wind and it has also held a D300 since.
I have no problems in recommending this tripod to anyone with a DSLR. No wonder the price has almost doubled since I bought mine!
After loads of time wasted looking at the "obvious" brands (manfrotto etc), I found this for £30. With a head?! At that price!? I reckoned it was worth a gamble.
I found nothing else "proper tripod looking" at this small folded size.
Luckily, the postman literally pulled up in his van as we set off on our bikes to the beach so I got to try out my Nikon D40 + Sigma 10-20mm lens right away. Here's my review:
First, the folded size is ideal. In its soft case, 30cm.
Second, the head is good. No quick-release, but I can't complain at this price. It's a standard fitting so can be replaced with whatever you like.
Third, the centre-column is split, and made of aluminium. That allows a quite high maximum hight (about 1m) plus a very low min (about 15cm).
Fourth, the stops on top of the legs can be rotated to allow close (for height) legs or splayed (for low) legs.
All these things and perfectly strong enough for my D40 + wide-angle. At this price (£30) I'd give this 10 stars if I could!
If I could improve on it:
1. Quick release head. I've fitted a Joby head I happened to have (head alone cost £30!).
2. Make it out of aluminium. Whilst these plastic legs are stable, I wouldn't expect it to give good results on night-time 'bulb' exposures in any wind. Then again, I'd just use the legs un-extended on a bin or similar for that.
3. A wee hook for the bottom so I can hang some 'ballast' on, like my camera bag. But since the centre-column is aluminium I can just DIY a hook on there.Read more ›
This tripod appears to be solidly built and well engineered but probably not very stable in windy conditions. Still, for the money it offers great value.
Highly recommended for casual use.
Throw the head away and the body is good this is why I am only giving it three stars.
very well built considering its price point.
the ball head is solid too, i use a canon 400d with battery extension hand grip, and sigma 28-300mm lens, ....ball does not move !!
do not worry about plastic cams for holding the legs extended these too are well up to the job.
i recommend this product.
Very compact and remains stable.
Head that comes with it is ok but lacks the quick release, I however do not use this as i just switch the head from my normal tripod.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was so surprised when I got this tripod as it was much small than I thought but it does not compermise on strength as I've used a fuji xpro1 and an bronica etrsi on this tripod... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Kisui
Order this tripod and sent is back as not very good quality and too short - only came up to my waist. Ok as a table top tripod. Was expecting more.Published on 8 Jan. 2014 by Amazon Customer
This is a decent tripod for light weight cameras, although it has an issue with my SLR with the Canon 18. Read morePublished on 9 July 2013 by Dorian Hawkmoon
It's very easy to use, and suport a Nikon D300s with a Nikon 17-55 2.8, for travel it's wonderful.
I like very mutch.
very usefull bit of kit when taking pictures macro or when at virtual ground level shooting up .Plus it is light folds up and fits easy in to camera bagPublished on 28 Mar. 2013 by Scammel
This is a well made tripod that fits the bill if you want a small and light unit to carry around all day. Read morePublished on 14 Mar. 2013 by Chris A