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Hama Table-Top Tripod with Removable Telescopic Tube

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  • For compact photo and video cameras
  • The table-top tripod and the telescopic tube can be used together or separately
  • Sturdy, removable ball tilt head made of metal
  • Rubber feet for non-slip, secure positioning
  • Improved stability as the angle of the tripod legs can be adjusted

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Product details

  • Item Weight: 168 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
  • Item model number: 00004061
  • ASIN: B000V7UAJS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 May 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

Keep Your Feet Firmly on the Ground with Hama!

For compact photo and video cameras this table-top tripod comes with a telescopic tube that can be used together as an extension of the tripod, or separately. The sturdy tripod has a sturdy removable ball tilt head with a 1/4" (6.4mm) making it compatible with all common cameras and allowing fluid movement of the mounted camera, whilst it also possesses 3-part tripod legs with adjustable angles and rubber feet for improved grip and stability so you can achieve perfect professional looking photos every time!

Ideal for situations where additional height is necessary to capture the desired images, such as at concerts or during self-portraits, the telescopic tube allows an extension of the tripods height up to 77cm with its 4-part extendable leg. In addition, it also has a non-slip foam grip so that you can keep a firm hold onto it a hold it up high to capture that perfect image and is ultra-portable and lightweight to easily be slipped into a bag for use on the go. This is one product that should not be missed out on! Let there never be a moment in which you are unable to capture that special image with the Traveller Multi" Table-Top Tripod with Removable Telescopic Tube from Hama!

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    Customer Reviews

    4.2 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By NigelLH on 28 Feb 2009
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    I bought this on the off chance and it turned out to be a very flexible miniature tripod. It is a little larger than I anticipated, but still fairly compact.

    The instructions are useless and it took me a little while to discover its curiously good features.

    - To lock and unlock the extending legs, twist clockwise until they click.
    - To unlock the extending foam covered 'hand grip'/extender, twist each section anti-clockwise. Can be done in one move for all three sections it extends by
    - Twist it clockwise to lock it
    - At the top of the tripod legs is a large screw that is knurled and about 3cm in diameter. Unscrewing (anticlockwise) this allows the legs to spread further. Screwing it clockwise reduces the spread of the legs
    - The camera can mount directly on the tripod legs without the head, but you lose some of the angle control by not taking it from the telescopic handle and putting that on the leg section

    All in all pretty good for a pocket tripod.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Simon Burgess on 31 May 2009
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    An excellent product for quick recording. I've used it a number of times as a teacher for recording music in class on the spur of the moment. It takes about 2 minutes for me to screw my digital recorder (Zoom H2) to the base or extended arm and set up ready to record. The only down side to it is that at full extension of legs and arm it is slightly unstable. It is also light-weight so I don't recommend using anything heavier than my recording device. The plus side is the variety of things it can be used for. A definite recommend for quick and easy general work.
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    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Peter Owen on 17 Feb 2012
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    I bought this to take with me on a snowboarding holiday. I've also got a decent-size tripod (too big and bulky to take away) and a Joby mini gorillapod (good but not versatile enough). I wanted something to hold my ContourGPS for various shots.

    This little tripod is superb. It's well-constructed and is basically in three parts: a tripod with extendable legs and an adjuster ring to hold the legs at a set width, a hand-held monopod which extends and locks easily and has a foam grip section, and a ball-joint head unit. Each of the three units has a standard-threaded screw on the top, so you can combine them as you like.

    I used the tripod alone, legs wide and low and taped to a car dashboard, for a time-lapse journey shot. With the ball head on top we used it for static shots filming at the side of a jump; I used the monopod, extended, with the ball head, for "self-shooting", pointed at my face while snowboarding. And with all three units screwed together, tripod legs and monopod extended fully, the whole setup reaches over a metre high so was setup on a table to film a room at around head-height. The tripod was stable and sturdy each time.

    The only criticisms I can think of are _very_ minor ones. For some reason the domed ring section under the screw thread of the tripod occasionally came loose; this wasn't a problem as it pressed back into place. Also, I'd be wary of mounting heavy cameras like dSLRs on the ball head; the rest of the tripod seems sturdy enough but I'd guess you'd have to tighten the fixing screw on the ball head very tight to hold a heavy camera in place, which could give durability problems. As we only used mini POV cameras and a Canon Powershot-style camera, this wasn't a problem.

    I've given this tripod five stars because it's not only well thought-out and well-made, making it very versatile, but at not much over £10 it's incredible value. I would have been happy to pay £30-40 if I'd known how good it was.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Rockport on 9 Jan 2013
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    Bought this to mount an Edirol R09HR digital recorder on... and for that purpose, it's excellent (and considerably better quality than the tiny plastic Edirol-branded one that I got which lasted all of literally two days).

    Generally, it feels pretty solid and of decent quality... with the exception of anything on it that 'telescopes' (main monopod/extender tube and the legs) which feel a little bit scratchy and loose in operation, but they all do up tight enough so not a real issue. The ball joint also feels reasonably solid but has quite a small wing-bolt to tighten it up with... and you do get the feeling that you shouldn't give it too much work to do.

    Probably worth noting that it comes with absolutely no instructions... but is easy enough to figure out.

    All in all, a versatile mini tripod (for light duties I'd suggest) and excellent value. Recommended.
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    15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By tchico on 29 Mar 2011
    A bought this tripod to take it on a snow trip and carry it with me during the day.
    The 3D metal sphere lasted one day! After that it wouldn't stay fixed, so i removed the 3D sphere part and used the camera (a small light camera) directly on the tube screw.
    Next day, while extending and locking the tube, it made a "crack" sound. Apparently its not supposed to be used with regular locking strength because it's so fragile! It never locked properly since.

    When I came back home, I used it one more time with the base tripod part attached. Then the bottom of the tube got unglued from the foam part. Well, it's an important part of the tripod, because from there on it completely fell apart into pieces.

    The only part that is still intact is the tripod. The tube is trashed.

    Note: I'm a careful guy when it comes to photo/recording equipment. I just wanted a small tripod + tube that wouldn't auto-destroy with regular use in such a short period of time.

    I now feel that i should have purchased a better and more expensive tripod in the same category. Will think twice before buying from hama again.
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