Excerpt: ... oh that's right, I just had lousy shaky footage.Two seconds after removing it from the package, I broke one of the legs in half but it popped back together. That's probably the result of my incredible hulk strength though. I can topple buildings just by leaning against them.
Excerpt: Gotta love this little guy for what it is. A mighty little thing. Works great for APS-C cameras and shorter lens and FX cameras and small lenses. This is not going to support a pro body with a 70-200. Its limit is a prosumer body with a 70-300, maybe a 70-200.
Excerpt: This is definitely one of the most useful and not so expensive accessory that all photographers should carry. Very useful for trips with luggage limitations. Must lighter than an actual tripod but that does not compromise on the sturdiness.
Excerpt: This compact and light multi-position tripod is perfect for when you need that special mount to take the perfect picture. And the best thing of all, I can mount my 600mm Telephoto Zoom lens and camera on it without any worries that the setup is too heavy.
Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: Perfect size for throwing in a backpack. The rubber balls on the end are a clever addition, allowing it to grip surfaces. I use it with my DSLRs, gopros and as a stand for my zoom recorder. The ball head locks tight easily, but the leveler seems very fragile.