Excerpt: Even though I recently received this tripod, I work for a videography company and we have the exact one that we use for filming wide shots of ceremonies & timelapses - typically with a DSLR with a wide or fixed zoom lens.
Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: I owned a bunch of cheap tripods. My best one was a tripod I inherited from my father from the 1960's. It worked for so long and finally just wore out. This is such an upgrade. I like the way the legs can spread wide. I've attached my slider to this and dropped it down to a much lower level by spready the legs. Meets my needs quite well. Solid construction.
Pros: Good Stability, Has A Nice Carrying Case, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: I thought this wouldn't be heavy duty enough to hold up my Edelkrone slider but it does it with ease. I thought about going with the PRO version but it really is unnecessary when you mainly do video.
Excerpt: This is a portable tripod that works great for location work. It's sturdy and flexible, making it perfect of any situation I find myself in (indoors and out). Leg adjustment is quick and easy.
Pros: Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: This tripod might be heavy to some but even so it is very stable and sturdy with that. I have done long exposure night photos (45 seconds to 2 min) in winds of 25-45mph and still had tack sharp images. Not sure how some are saying this is unstable or weak or what they are trying to do with it but I have never had an issue with it be it doing CityScape or landscape photos.