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Become snap happy with this versatile and ultra portable Star 61 tripod from Hama. Suitable for both video and camera shooting, its aluminium legs with rubber grip allows it to maintain a sturdy grip on the ground whilst you create professional and high quality images. There is also an additional hook for weighing it down in strong winds to ensure it remains in place.
The centre column height can continuously be adjusted (max of 158cm) with ease by using a simple crank, and then locked into place in order to achieve the perfect camera height. This combined with the smooth panning 3-way tripod head means that images and film can be captured from a variety of different angles in order to achieve the best perspective.
Smooth panning of the tripod head also helps prevent jerky videos and allows the creation of a smooth and professional film. A great piece of kit for the money, and it even comes with its own carrying case which it folds neatly into so that it can easily and safely be transported around wherever you go and there will never be a moment in which you are unable to capture that special image.
Brilliant value! Very sturdy and good quality tripod, great for panoramic and slow shutter speed shotsPublished 2 days ago by Tara
Looks and sounds great but the head is very un stable even when locked in to position there is quite a lot of movement. Read morePublished 4 days ago by MR S A BURKE
Quite a good value for the price and it is very light but with SLR on top, quite steady in windy conditions.
Easy to carry around.
Fantastic tripod and cheap. Does everything you need it to if you just have a dslr, and the price cannot be beaten.Published 5 days ago by Liam Walker
I did not expect such good quality. It is like owning a £50 tripod. I would really recommend this.Published 6 days ago by Lorenzo
Not a bad tripod does the job,a bit on the light side but you get what you pay for.Published 6 days ago by wayne smith
Good price but felt a bit cheap a flimsy. Wouldn't risk putting my camera on it as the wind would likely knock it over.Published 7 days ago by Ashley