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Hama Star 75 Tripod With free Carry Case

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  • Compact tripod for photo and video shooting
  • 3-way head for perfect positioning of the camera
  • Spirit level for ensuring an even shot
  • Quick release plate allows rapid release or switching between different cameras
  • Continuously variable height adjustment of the central column
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Size Name: Star 75

Product details

Size: Star 75
  • Product Dimensions: 441 x 96 x 93 cm ; 621 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 798 g
  • Item model number: 004175
  • ASIN: B000EOMQM2
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 April 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,355 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Size Name:Star 75

Product Description

Hama Star 75 Tripod

Camera shake can soon put an end to any attempts to capture the perfect image, blurring at the slightest movement or leaving pictures positioned at awkward uneven angles. The Hama Star 75 Tripod eliminates this shake, providing a stable, sturdy base without breaking the budget.

Set on 3x extendible legs with rubber feet for improved grip on rough terrain, the Star 75 offers continuous adjustment of the central column height to a maximum of 42.5cm, along with a 3D tilt head for setting up the camera at a variety of angles and perspectives to achieve the shot you want.

Compatibility Across a Range of Cameras and Terrains

Ideal for both photo and video cameras, the Star 75 supports camera weights up to 500g for compatibility with a wide range of models. If you are in possession of several cameras, an integrated quick release plate allows cameras to be quickly interchanged with a simple clip on installation/removal for when you are in a hurry.

Built to provide stability even on rough outdoor terrain, the tripod head features a spirit level that ensures that you can achieve an even shot every time, whether on a rocky hillside or level ground. There will be no problem taking it with you on the go with a lightweight aluminium design and included tripod carry case that makes carrying it around that little bit easier.

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  • 1 x Star 75 tripod
  • 1 x Tripod bag


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    Size: Star 63
    You do get what you pay for but for the cost this is a decent tripod for a stills camera. The head does not have a smooth action and therefore this tripod is not really suited to video work but that shoudl not be an issue when taking photographs. The centre column is somewhat unstable and therefore shoudl not be used unless really required. However it has two spirit levels (one on the base and one on the head) and a handy carry handle on the actual tripod (as well as the case) which is very useful when moving short distances and keeping the camera on the head.
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    By A Customer on 17 Jun. 2004
    Size: Star 63
    This tripod beats hands down all available at high street retailers - I went around most of them (comet, argos, jessops etc). The two main detractions are the tripod head is very plasticy in construction - but it is solid, the other complaint being the 3D head is not the smoothest mover - so I wouldnt recommend it for video.
    Having said all that this tripod is great for stills work, the hight really is a massive 65"(166cm) I'm 6ft and its just above eye level with the camera on. The legs are quick, easy and smoothness itself to deploy as is the quick release plate and you get a really handy bag to carry it in.
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    Size: Star 75
    I got this tripod because the one I already had is fine for normal but use but too heavy to travel with abroad. This tripod is very light and will be fine to travel with expecially with the various luggage weight restrictions that airlines are now applying. The tripod itself has extending legs that can be adjusted indepentently of each other by releasing a latch and then tightening when the height you want is achieved. The central column and quick release head provide a reasonable amount of control over height and angles. The built in spirit level is good for landscapes.

    When the legs are fully extended and with a DSLR camera onboard it does feel a little flimsy and not as sturdy as more expensive tripods. However, it does provide a stable mount for longer exposures and is better than hand supporting the camera. I have tried it with a digital SLR, compact digital and a video camera and it works well with al of them. Though a more expensive tripod would be stronger, the low weight and small size when closed makes it a good travel companion.
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    Size: Star 63
    Surely it's only professional photographers who used a tripod? Well no it isn't. The digital photography boom has brought the photo taking public many things that cost a lot of money in those antiquated days of film (only joking). One of those benefits is Macro and this is becoming almost standard on digital cameras. For Macro a tripod is almost essential.

    For the money, this one is as good as any. Reasonably compact; carrying handle; 3-D pan and tilt head; quick release platform and a good extension height of 100 cms. over the folded height of 66 cms. All these things are of benefit to the user, but lets not forget the most important thing stability. A tripod that is not stable is a complete waste of money no matter how many functions and extras it may have. This one has rubberised feet and is extremely stable. As I said early it is as good a buy as anything for the casual user or one who is prepared to take their time over the photograph.
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    By A Customer on 25 Aug. 2005
    Size: Star 42
    i have a 42 as a backup,it feels very solid,compared to the 61.only thing lacking are gearing handle and levels,which in most cases are a gimmick.one should be able to use the camera grid and eyeball the rest.with gearing adjustment it would be perfect,it gives a sense of solid confidence and despite the lack of bag and carry handle i will give it 6 star happily.the adjustmet knobs are easy to use and are not so fiddly as the 61,the head is much easier to remove.ALL IN ALL IT IS SOLID
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    Size: Star 75 Verified Purchase
    What can I say? This tripod has been the best purchase I have made for my own photography and video creations. The aluminium tripod legs and frame make it super light to carry around and you get a carry case with this one too which is another plus point and a greate tripod.

    Use a counter weight for heavier cameras though, there is ample space underneath to do this as you can hang a heavy bag or something of equal weight to keep your tripod sturdy on a windy day outside or a nice and quiet day inside.

    Most cameras fit this tripod....
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    Size: Star 63
    First off, let me say that I'm hardly a professional when it comes to cameras, and am only commenting on the tripod for a digital still camera.

    But this tripod is incredible, and for the price just seems like one of those rare finds you'd recommend to anybody.

    The legs expand to three sections by simply unclipping and re-clipping plastic clasps, and the whole section is made secure by the twist of a collar. The legs have swiveling rubber feet to accommodate uneven ground.

    The upper section raises above the apex of the tripod with a crank handle for precise adjustment, and once again secures with the twist of a screw collar.

    Rotation around the tripod is secured by a screw knob, and the tilt adjustment is secured by rotating the handle along its axis.

    The camera is locked into the tripod by a quick-release plate screwed into the standad camera socket.

    There are two spirit levels: one to indicate the camera plate is level in the tilt plane, and one on the top of the legs to indicate the tripod legs are level, although that one's very small and not exactly much use.

    About the only thing I could criticise is the adjustment which hinges the camera plate at one side, letting you turn the camera on its side for a portrait image. This doesn't seem to have an exact 90 degree stop, and actually comes to rest a little beyond 90 degrees, so it's a bit of guesswork to make sure the camera is at the right angle. But with a digital camera, do you really need to turn it on its side anyway?

    The tripod package I bought comes in a good quality canvas-type bag which does the job very well. And if you don't want to use that, there's a rigid plastic handle attached to the central strut which also serves well.

    What more can I say? I'd buy one again: possibly won't last a lifetime, but astonishing value for money.
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