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Within reason - yes its a really neat tripod - so small you can keep in your pocket - but also so small that so very large cameras may not balance well on it...most cameras have this standard fit screw thread on the base, I've never seen one with a different size thread - but there's always an exception I suppose! But… see more Within reason - yes its a really neat tripod - so small you can keep in your pocket - but also so small that so very large cameras may not balance well on it...most cameras have this standard fit screw thread on the base, I've never seen one with a different size thread - but there's always an exception I suppose! But this fits Nikon, Casio, Leica, Cannon etc etc etc... see less Within reason - yes its a really neat tripod - so small you can keep in your pocket - but also so small that so very large cameras may not balance well on it...most cameras have this standard fit screw thread on the base, I've never seen one with a different size thread - but there's always an exception I suppose! But this fits Nikon, Casio, Leica, Cannon etc etc etc...
By Mr. Martin J. Hart on 25 July 2014
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I bought this tripod for a compact camera (Sony QX100 and a Sony RX100M3) and it works really well as it's a tiny tripod. I think it would definitely be too small for a DSLR and possibly for a CSC. I would recommend it for stashing in a pocket for compact camera emergencies but for something larger I'd go for something else.
By M. Stewart on 14 September 2015
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