Excerpt: I purchased one of these to travel with my D800 and it got frequent use alongside my 16-35mm. It takes a little while to get it setup, it wouldn't support the weight very well if the legs weren't straight, which if you just had it wrapped around a railing takes a while to sort out.
Excerpt: I'm using this for a Go Pro (with a tripod mount). It's quite a bit smaller than expected, I understand this is the Point-and-shoot camera version, but the legs are only just enough to go around something as thick as a regular guy's wrist, and certainly not long enough to go around something like a...
Excerpt: I have been familiar with this product for some time so there were no surprises. It packs easily and is sturdy enough to handle my rather heavy DSLR (Canon 5D MIII).I have some mobility problems and will be using it to steady the camera when shooting from a car window.
Summary: Bought this to replace my previous gorilla pod that is rusting on a beach in Hawaii. Meets my needs for a portable and creative tripod. I've wrapped it around trees, railings, poles, chairs, and many other stable objects. The ballhead is a great addition to be able to quickly level and frame shots.
Summary: Very satisfied. My only gripe is that the tripod top will not tilt a full 90 degrees for vertical shots, when the tripod is standing vertically. I could only tilt it about 85 degrees. The workaround is to clamp/wrap the tripod horizontally on a fixed object, if you can find it.
Pros: Attaches Firmly, Good Stability, Strong Clamp
Excerpt: I love being able to carry this tripod everywhere I go. It's light and sturdy and I can attach it to almost anything.The level gives me a little concern because it would be easy to get it broken.
Pros: Attaches Firmly, Good Stability, Large Range of Motion, Strong Clamp