Summary: This is not a very convenient tripod, there are much better options out there that will attach more easily to unstable surfaces. This tripod actually is difficult to use, you have to unscrew to move around the camera's direction and then screw back on. Works better with really small & light cameras as opposed to mid-size Point & Shoots like mine. The screw become really difficult to use after continuous use, and then eventually failed.
Summary: Very, very small tripod which is great for a small camera. The legs have two friction extensions and rubber feet. It comes with a little pouch and a lens cloth. I've used this tripod for an Olympus Stylus 600 (small pocket camera) and Olympus C3020 (point&shoot at 14 ounces). Perfect companion for your small camera, well made and looks good too!
Summary: I got this mini tripod direct from the retail sony style store. I was worried it would not support a Canon G10, but it does so perfectly. The ballhead locks in many angles without worry of movement or the tripod tipping over, except on its side. Taking vertical pics with the G10 is impossible without your hand to support the tripod standing up. The weight of the G10 is just too much when sideways on the tripod. Carrying pouch and cleaning cloth are an excellent bonus.
Summary: Sony continues to put out great products that last almost a lifetime. The travel tripod works well with our camera, is light and easy to travel with or stick in your purse. Worked out amazingly well for our holiday gatherings. My boyfriend didn't even know he needed this item and now he doesn't know how we lived w/ out it. Nice for reviewing the pictures amongst a group of friends or family as well.
Summary: Nice tabletop tripod for my digital camera and video camera. Keeps the camera rock steady for self shots using the timer and for long exposures. Fits in my pocket. Has the Sony name so I expect it to last a long time.
Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Summary: I own a Sony Cybershot DSC-H3. I was worried that this tripod wasn't going to be able to hold the weight. It definitely does the job. The description doesn't say that it works with my camera, but it works great. I am doing family portraits with it primarily. I saw a person at the St. Louis Arch last summer with the exact same tripod taking pictures of his family, without having to ask some stranger to take a picture of them.