Excerpt: I already own an Indura CX-213 (carbon). The AT213 is very similar in size and operation so there is no learning curve for me (it does not have the fold-over at the top like the CX - but I'm not fond of the fold-over anyway). It is heavier than the CX. It is the right height for me to use with the legs fully extended but without the center column raised (no back ache from leaning over a too-short tripod, nor sore calfs from standing on tip-toes using a too-tall tripod).
Pros: Good Stability, Great Height, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: I used the tripod for weddings and landscapes. I am 6'1" and this raises to eye level. The legs adjust easily and lock into place securely. A solid build and a great finish on the legs.There is nothing negative that I have encountered.
Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: I been researching for a good tripod for like a year to replace the one i currently own. I decided to go with induro because of the style, the weight capacity it holds and the size it extends and collapses to. I mainly use tripods for eadshots in studio, landscapes and night shots. Sometimes i even use it as an extra lightstand for my flash head.
Pros: Excellent height, Extra Accessories, Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Sturdy And Strong, Twist Lock Awesome, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: I use the tripod/head all the time. Note that this review is for the tripod + BHD0 head (you can't eval the tripod by itself). If only light wind and good ground, it's pretty stable. In 5-10+mph winds, I can see some wiggle in Live View. It's a bit annoying (and slows you down) when you frame your shot, then tighten the lock knob only to see a slight shift in the framing.
Pros: Fairly Rigid, Solid construction
Cons: Heavy, Lock Knob Chgs Fov Center, Problems Wpebbly Ground, Some Movement In Wind