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8.1 out of 10

Dolica WT-0121

Feather-like weight pocket size tripod Portable and ultra li Read more

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Overall 6


Hector C., Newegg
16 August 2013
  • Summary: This thing is seriously tiny. only stands like 2 inches high once all legs are deployed, only useful for a small point and shoot camera.
  • Pros: small light weight cheep
  • Cons: low quality build. locking mechanism is sub par and doesn't stay secure.
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Overall 8

Mini Tripod

Lawrence P., Newegg
11 August 2012
  • Summary: Stick to what it was designed for: Small, light weight point and shoot or pocket video cameras. It won't hold a large DSLR.
  • Pros: Small, light weight.
  • Cons: Prone to misuse of people putting too large/heavy cameras on it. It wont' hold the big ones.
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Overall 2

Should have read the reviews

Mark B., Newegg
1 August 2012
  • Summary: Had the locking mechanism simply locked, it would be a great little tripod.
  • Pros: Small and light weight
  • Cons: The locking mechanism is so weak it is almost useless.
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Overall 2

too weak

XiaoDong Z., Newegg
29 December 2011
Overall 6

Just ok

Christopher P., Newegg
10 December 2011
  • Summary: For the price it's acceptable.
  • Pros: Very compact. Easy setup.
  • Cons: Only one angle adjustment. The downside of not having a ball-type mount is only being able to adjust the angle up or down. You'll need a truly flat surface to sit this on or you'll have to do some adjusting with the legs.
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Overall 10

Geat Little Tripod

Peter V., Newegg
1 December 2011
  • Pros: A great small tripod. Compact easy to carry. Great for Flip style video cameras.
  • Cons: NO WHINING
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Overall 2

showed up broken

Peter N., Newegg
27 November 2011
Overall 8

Good for a very light camera.

Norma L., Newegg
25 November 2011
  • Summary: You do get what you pay for. This serves its purpose for me. Would like another of this size that can hold a larger camera and be easier to adjust. I added one egg because it is priced right. Have now purchased a much more expensive carbon fiber tripod with ball mount.
  • Pros: Very handy for stabilizing a small camera. Now you too can get in the family group shot with ease.
  • Cons: Doesnt hold the weight of the camera I purchased it for. A rubber band did make it usable.
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Overall 6

For point-and-shoot cameras ONLY

Byung K., Newegg
22 November 2011
  • Summary: if the locking mechanism were stronger it would definitely support camcorders and heavier cameras.
  • Pros: very small and could probably fit in your pocket. Handy if you don't want to carry a tripod around yet you want to set up a good shot.
  • Cons: anything heavier than a point and shoot camera, the locking mechanism will slip and fall. The locking mechanism seemed extremely weak and I at first thought the locked position was actually the unlocked position because it gave almost no resistance.
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Overall 6

Dinky ... barely ok for small point-n-shoot or external flash

Lynn A., Newegg
21 November 2011
  • Summary: May return since I have the ShopRunner trial which covers RMA expense (I think). But I only have myself to blame since if I had paid more attention to the specs, I would have realized how dinky the tripods are.
  • Pros: Low cost with instant rebate. Fast shipping. If no alternative, could use two of them to support a DSLR + telephoto, but "cross your finders".
  • Cons: Very small 1/4" x 20 cork surface and few threads to attach to camera or external flash or anything else. Don't even think about a DSLR. Much, much smaller than other table-top tripods I've owned. Can barely hold a gray-card that has a tripod hole IFF there is no wind.
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