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Tripod for Camera

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"Nice legs, shame about the head" - by Brian Chichester (West Sussex)
There is a market for a compact, portable tripod weighing about 1 kg, 30 cm collapsed length and extending to 120-130 cm high. The buyers are most likely serious photographers using lightweight mirrorless cameras. The class leading product is the Sirui T-025X, which ticks all the boxes and weighs an astonishing 0.8 kg. The drawback is that it currently costs £180. If you can afford that, stop reading now and go and buy it.
For those like myself who are seeking a cheaper way to tripod nirvana, I have some good news: this Amazon tripod could be – just could be – a credible competitor to the Sirui, but only if you can compromise a little. The price is less than a third of the Sirui, the carbon fibre legs are light and rigid and the leg locks seem to be positive and reliable, what more could you ask? Well actually ... full review

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"Good value inexpensive tripod." - by R. F. Stevens (Ickenham UK)
This Hama Star 63 is a good lightweight tripod, suitable for a small DSLR or binoculars. It is only rated for a 4kg load, but the thicker legs than the lighter Hama Star 61 (3kg load) are a significant improvement, and hanging the camera kit bag etc from the hook makes the whole thing a lot more stable.

All the moving parts can be clamped to prevent shake rattle or roll, and while the less-than-smooth head is not really intended for live tilting or panning of video it is easy to make quick adjustments for a sequence of still shots or binocular views. The spirit levels are accurate enough to match the level sensor in my camera.

The various clamps work well, but the rubber feet tend to move about on a polished floor as weight changes, partly because the legs flex a bit and partly because the rubber is not at ... full review

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"... no need for it as for the tripod it better than i thougt with moveing rubber feet it good ..." - by tommy (BRIERLEY HILL, Uk)
Very fast coming but to much packing no need for it as for the tripod it better than i thougt with moveing rubber feet it good on uneven ground

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"Very good compact tripod for traveling" - by Amazon Customer
I initially purchased the Manfrotto Pixi mini tripod and had to send it back because the ball head would not support the camera without slipping when tilted slightly....the ball head was too slack. Also one of the rubber feet was missing.
This iGadgitz is a similar size and much better. It has a feel of substantial quality and I can’t fault it in any way.
The ball is made of steel and it has a clamp on the head to stop it moving. The ball head on this will not move at all, unless I guess excessive pressure is used. This would also be suitable for DSLR cameras in my opinion.
It is pictured with my Canon M5 Mirrorless camera. My iPhone 7 is next to it to give a comparison of size. It will fit in most camera bags.
Also it has a screw on cover with a wrist strap attached and will ... full review

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"Abrilliant tripod. Especially for the price." - by Miss Susan Poole
A brilliant tripod. Outstanding for the price. It's compact when folded, Easy and quick to set up with the flip levers on the legs. It's great to have a quick release base plate for speedy set up and set down. The whole thing is surprisingly light and compact in the bag. The bag has a shoulder strap which makes it easy to carry and a handle for if you don't want to take the bag. Very impressed. The only negative I've found is that the fastening for angling the head isn't very strong/ tight - which means if your lens is heavy it might not be held in place tight without slipping down.

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"Great Tripod - Highly Recommended" - by P. Jones (Peterborough, England.)
For the money, this is a great tripod. Does everything I wanted it to. Tried two cheaper tripods from Amazon before I purchased this one and frankly the quality was cheap and nasty. Both were returned for a refund. In this case, it is worth paying just that little bit extra to get a better quality product. Hence five stars!

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"This tripod can reach the height of my head which will be great if I ever get to use my camera for ..." - by Pen Name
My other tripod only reached the height of my chest, which is ok, but not when I wanted to film myself. This tripod can reach the height of my head which will be great if I ever get to use my camera for filming again.

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"Very solid, very versatile and seems well made." - by D. Williams (Northamptonshire, U.K.)
I'm very impressed with the versatility of this tripod. It has so many more positioning options than my old tripod I feel spoiled for choice. You can mount a camera at literally any height between touching the floor and two metres up (slightly precariously because everything is on it's limit at that height) and everything locks in place very well. The sideways extending arm can't handle the weight of my DSLR when fully extended which isn't a surprise, but a lighter camera or a flashgun should be no problem.
The instructions are slightly vague, and didn't even mention some provided accessories, but with a bit of experimentation I've found uses for them. Because of the range of setup options it can take a while to get it ready, but the standard pop up and extend is easy. Overall very happy.

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"Great price , great product" - by Scott McD (Poole, Dorset)
Great when using a smartphone.
I use it 2 x weekly with my stabiliser and iPhone (see photo) for filming our YouTube channel.
I bought 1 a few months ago and the bracket for screwing into base of camera/phone holder was of poor design and broke within 1 day
I posted a review and Rhodesy Tech sent me the a new one. It has a much improved bracket design over the old one:
GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE RHODESY TECH !!!
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Very light.
Flexible legs, can grip things and bend to the right height.
The price is good.
Easy to carry around, I can put it in my rucksack, pocket , etc

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None?

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"Originally bought this for travel, now use it all the time" - by C. Wesson (Hampshire, UK)
For a casual amateur / occasional photographer like myself. This is perfect.
I do have a bigger, more sturdy tripod, but I actually find this one easier to use.
It is so quick to set up, pack away, so small to carry that I now just use this one and I take it everywhere I take my camera.

It is a bit flimsy, but I am very happy with it. Although I do have a lightweight camera (Sony NEX-5 + lenses).

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"This model of the pod is awesome and by far the best made one yet" - by Neil Franklin (england)
This model of the pod is awesome and by far the best made one yet ..I could not believe the build quality of this and it looks like you could throw it off a bridge and it would still work !
I bought this for a large Canon with a 200mm lens and it never even looked like it was straining and of course it is so useful for any size and weight .

Why bother with a small one when a bigger one covers the whole range from a point and shoot to a big ass camera, even a video camera ! :)
Of course in order to have a more versatile pod you really do need to add the JOBY swivel head (as my one in picture ) because without this the pod is a bit pants :(

I can fully recommend this one for all your camera needs

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"Bang for a buck ." - by La-Trec
Tripod arrived today , Jan. 4th . At first glance i can say that this is a well made ,sturdy but fairly light carbon tripod .Already tested with my Canon 80D with attached Tamron 70-200 f2.8 lens .. Perfect . Tripod arrived with nice travel bag .Overall i'm very , very satisfied with my purchase .

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"Excellent tripod for smartphones" - by Susan
This is so good I bought another for a fellow filmmaker. When another friend borrowed it, she bought one for herself. Superb value though when at full height, the bottom legs are wobbly so you'll need one hand on it and one for panning. If it's a stable shot, it's perfect.

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"No good to me but not bad" - by Edward grist
Good little tripod shorter than expected and the screw fixing is too big for my webxam whichever is unfortunate should have checked

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"11 inch tripod - Go get one - I wont be using anything else." - by Laurie Park
I wish I had found this sooner. (I got the 11 inch version) Like lots of people I guess I have been using the small 5? inch tripod for my iPhone and they just break. If you treat them with kid gloves they last a while but they all go the same way, cheap and cheerful - for a while. This is the big brother. 11 inches tall and has some of the featured youd find on the 5 foot versions.

With three very bendy legs you can allow for uneen ground or lower the base of the camera to about 2 1/2 inches from the ground or you can wrap the legs around most things and the camera is safe and secure.

Has three different mounts, all easily interchangable.
The standard tripod mount screw - the mount comes off with a release button so you can secure the camera and then put ... full review