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Neewer® KT-200 Table Top Tripod for Gopro 1,2,3,3+,4, Smartphone, Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera, and Most DSLR Cameras with 1/4" Thread, 6lbs/2.7kg Load Capacity
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- Includes Mini Ball Head. Hand strap helps to transport easily
- All Aluminum Construction
- Supports Loads Up to 6 lbs/2.7kg
- Extendable Center Column
- 14.2" Maximum Height / Standard 1/4"-20 Mounting Screw
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The KT-200 Table Top Tripod provides a sturdy base of support for shooting from a table top or other raised surface - or set the KT-200 on the ground or floor to achieve stable low-angle shots.
Constructed of aluminum for lightweight strength, the KT-200 could be ideal for macro or product photography with most DSLR cameras. With the included mini ball head, load capacity of the system is 6 lbs.
Turning the twist lock to raise the extension column of the KT-200. The height range of the tripod is 9.5" to 14.2". Unlock the base lock by rotating it counter-closkwise, and extend the center column. If you want it to be taller, unlock the twist on top clockwise.
For storage or for tossing it in a backpack, the extension column retracts into the main center column, which in turn retracts through the chassis. With the legs folded, the retracted KT-200 measures a compact 9.5" long.
The tripod's mini ball head mounts most cameras, including point & shoot models, to its 1/4"-20 screw. You can smoothly adjust the tilt and pan. The ball pans 360¡ã and a groove allows the head to tilt 90¡ã in one direction for portrait orientation. The single lever helps loosen and tighten the ball.
Maximum Height: 14.2" (36 cm)
Folded Length: 9.5" (24cm)
Load Capacity: 6 lb (2.7 kg)
Leg Sections: 1
Center Column Sections: 2
Leg Lock Type: N/A
Male Thread Size: 1/4"-20
Weight: 0.6 lb (270 g)
Note: Camera and cellphone not included! Can be used for smartphone, but should be with a cellphone holder(not included).
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Handles the weight of DSLR effortlessly and can easily adjust the height to any desire.
The Ballhead works very well and can adjust to any position but wishes that it came with quick realise plate .
pros the you can easily change ball head with you want to.
overall nice built quality and very happy with it and made a good choice.
I went with the cheaper Keewer in hopes that if it turned out to be terrible then I would return it, bin it or give away and then purchase the more expensive Oben.
I can honestly say that I am some what blown away by the build quality of this little table top/vlogging trip I would go as far as to say that it is made in exactly the same warehouse from exactly the same materials as the more expensive brands. I am currently using my Eos M5 with the sigma 10-20mm 3.5 lens on it in and it is rock solid. no play in the joints, no loose parts and as long as the lenses are situated above one of the feet, it seems to be holding pretty much all my gear, apart from my massive 70-200 2.8 but this tripod was not built for such massive pieces of glass.
The only bad point that I can find on it is that the middle fastening section which you can undo to extend the top half of the tripod, is that you have to turn it clockwise to undo it and anti-clockwise to do it back up, that for me is a personal thing, it's by no means a deal breaker but just a little niggle as all my other gear works in the correct clockwise/anti-clockwise manner.
It's cheap enough that I will probably purchase a couple more to have as spares or for different camera bags etc, honestly give it a go, at £19.99 you cant go wrong, and if you happened to hate it, it's cheap enough no to worry too much about it.
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