A Decent Tripod
Pros: Its lightweight, tall, and seems to stand sturdy with my Nikon Coolpix L120 on it. The two different levels make it easy to get a nice straight picture. The clamps that lock down the legs seem built well, and unlikely to break.
Cons: There is a lever/crank that raises or lowers the height of the platform the camera sits upon. That crank arm is very flimsy and if you (like I did) don't unscrew the bolt that holds in the height rod, that arm will snap in half when you go to crank it. No Biggie as I can still raise and lower by simply pulling of pushing the platform.
Other Thoughts: Aside from the above mentioned, this truly is a good tripod. I have used it to make a few youtube videos and take pictures of the great outdoors (I do a lot of Hiking). Overall, I am pleased. For the Price you cant beat it.
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Pros: - Small.
Cons: - None!
Other Thoughts: I love this product. I initially bought it to make reviews of products and what not and it turns out to be really high and really low depending on the adjustability of it. And for the price? Wow, its worth it. If you go to Radio Shack you get some for $12 but they are not long or adjustable.
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Pros: It's just a basic tripod in all respects, but it's very nice.
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“It's just a basic tripod in all respects, but it's very nice.— MadetoFall 3/7/2012
“Its lightweight, tall, and seems to stand sturdy with my Nikon Coolpix L120 on it. The two different levels make it easy ...”— 3/22/2013