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.
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.
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.
Pros: Fairly Rigid, Solid construction
Cons: Heavy, Lock Knob Chgs Fov Center, Problems Wpebbly Ground, Some Movement In Wind