Excerpt: I do a lot of hiking and backpacking and I normally use a Velbon carbon fiber tripod which is really very good. However when I travel it's too large to fit into my suitcase. I needed a good, smaller rig. This fills the bill very nicely. The tripod is rock solid.
Excerpt: I needed a cheapish sturdy but lightweight tripod for night photography. B & H advise came up with this product. It has a great carry case whch can be carried over shoulder. It took a 1Dx witha a small lens but was maybe not quite up to the 70-200 when fitted in quite blowy conditions.
Excerpt: This versatile tripod is so easy to carry along - it folds down to a compact size and is lightweight. Mine came with a nice carrying case that has a comfortable shoulder strap. The legs extend very smoothly, and adjustments are plentiful, and easy to operate.
Excerpt: I wanted a lightweight but reasonably sturdy tripod for taking along on outings. This tripod has worked well so far, and the carrying case is great. It's not rock solid in every situation, but does well enough considering the size, weight and price.
Pros: Easy to carry, Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: I was surprised by how sturdy this was, given how light it is. In it's included carrying case, I can sling it over my shoulder and drop my camera bag in my scooter's basket and get somewhere with minimal gear in no time. For the price, the head is fine. Full range and great for portrait shots.
Pros: Folds Small, Lightweight, Stable Low To Ground, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: Unbelievably lightweight compared to my old Gitzo tripod, this Induro is a pleasure to haul around and use. It is well constructed and easy to use. The hook at the bottom of the center post works well for hanging a center weight which helps with stability when necessary.
Pros: Attaches Firmly, Good Stability, Large Range of Motion, Strong Clamp