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You dont need instructions really...You basically connect the shoe (A clip that screws onto the bottom of your camera) to your camera,and clip the camera (with the shoe) attached to the tripod..and get fired away.
Make the adjustments (level high,Angle) via the slinger and take your picture..
Ps. My advise would be t… see more
You dont need instructions really...You basically connect the shoe (A clip that screws onto the bottom of your camera) to your camera,and clip the camera (with the shoe) attached to the tripod..and get fired away.
Make the adjustments (level high,Angle) via the slinger and take your picture..
Ps. My advise would be to clip something heavier (Like your camera bag or something similar) to the bottom hook of the tripod when taking shots..to stabilize and weigh down the tripod..since it so light and can easily be blown over (You don't want that when your expensive camera is connected),due to the weight that's on top (your camera). see less
You dont need instructions really...You basically connect the shoe (A clip that screws onto the bottom of your camera) to your camera,and clip the camera (with the shoe) attached to the tripod..and get fired away.
Make the adjustments (level high,Angle) via the slinger and take your picture..
Ps. My advise would be to clip something heavier (Like your camera bag or something similar) to the bottom hook of the tripod when taking shots..to stabilize and weigh down the tripod..since it so light and can easily be blown over (You don't want that when your expensive camera is connected),due to the weight that's on top (your camera).

By Marius on 17 January 2014
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64-160cm
By MR C L POTTS on 09 December 2013
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When legs are open, min height from ground is 60 cm. (about 2 feet)
Same with legs extended and the central column extended to max = 1500 cm or 1.5 meters (about 5 feet)
All measurements are ground to base plate for attaching camera. So add distance of camera lens to base for actual height from ground.

By Tool sharpener on 08 December 2013
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Hi Stella
It weighs about 500gms, not much at all. Easy on the shoulder.
Kindest regards.… see more
Hi Stella
It weighs about 500gms, not much at all. Easy on the shoulder.
Kindest regards.
Bob see less
Hi Stella
It weighs about 500gms, not much at all. Easy on the shoulder.
Kindest regards.
Bob

By bob clegg on 17 February 2016
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Don't really know what the difference is Alison as I've not used the Star 63 however looking at the product details the 63's legs are a bit wider in diameter and its closed length slightly longer (legs 26.7cm as opposed to 23cm closed length 66cm as opposed to 64cm) - the 62 was recommended to me that's why I bought it.
By Michalene M on 28 August 2014
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Maximum I would say is 127cms. Hope this helps.
By Trendy Girl on 29 September 2014
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I have a canon 400D but most DSLR cameras have the universal 1/4 inch thread mount so It should be compatable. As far as ease of use & quality are concerned you should have no problems. It is a great value tripod. Easy to use & very stable with the option of hanging a weight on the bottom should you use longer lenses. … see more I have a canon 400D but most DSLR cameras have the universal 1/4 inch thread mount so It should be compatable. As far as ease of use & quality are concerned you should have no problems. It is a great value tripod. Easy to use & very stable with the option of hanging a weight on the bottom should you use longer lenses. I would recommend this tripod to anyone. see less I have a canon 400D but most DSLR cameras have the universal 1/4 inch thread mount so It should be compatable. As far as ease of use & quality are concerned you should have no problems. It is a great value tripod. Easy to use & very stable with the option of hanging a weight on the bottom should you use longer lenses. I would recommend this tripod to anyone.
By Gilly on 01 March 2014
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No. Most digital SLR cameras have a genetic 'mounting fitting', which allows general use. Your everyday point and clic camera may or may not have this fitting tho'
By Dale M. Jackson on 19 March 2014