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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2007 8:56 pm 
I needed a cheap tripod for manual and long exposure. I bought this one. here's my review.


Construction: 3/5

Plastic feel. Seems fragile, not robust enough

Features: 4/5

The quick-release mount is really nice ! It comes with a little bag in the kit i bought, it can protect your camera but if you drop it it won't.

Built Quality: 3.5/5

The foots are too small for abrupt terrain. Only good on pavement or flat terrain. Can work on other terrain but require extensive adjustment.

Ease Of Use: 4.5/5

The quick-release mount is nice, no headache.

Value For Money: 4/5

I would give it a 3.5, but the quick-release mount is nice. It feel steady when set correctly.


Height: Set your camcorder or camera on this tripod that extends as high as 54".

3-way fluid panhead: Move your camcorder with ease to catch every shot.

Construction: Three-section channel lockable legs, rubber feet and a center brace column assure that your equipment is secure.

Quick-release mount: For one-handed mounting and removal of your camera or camcorder.

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