Excerpt: I've always been a fan of Induro tripods. I have the big 413 which I use with my medium and large format cameras. Because of that I find this tripod very light. This one is the perfect high when extended, maybe a little high, but that's better than too low.
Pros: Good Stability, Inexpensive, Lightweight
Cons: Too Long Center Column, Traps Water In The Legs, Very Weak Eye Screw
Excerpt: This tripod (with a Velbon heavy ball head) is strong enough for a 4x5 studio camera. I carry it around the city and it is light enough for a few hours of wandering. You only need to deploy one section if you are using a 90 degree viewfinder.
Pros: Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: My husband bought an Induro tripod for travel, and I was so impressed by the quality and attention to detail that I wanted one for my everyday use. The height is perfect, as I felt that on my other tripods, I would have to go to the center column frequently - yet it still breaks down into a...
Excerpt: I have been looking for a good tripod for awhile now. My old tripod was about 35 years old and was rickety.I narrowed my list to this unit and 3 others. Budget was tight and only 1 carbon fiber unit reached down to my budget and it looked flimsy and had mixed reviews.
Pros: Case And Tools, Good price, Good Stability, Good Weight Load, Unfolds Quickly