Excerpt: It's not the cheapest mini tripod out there but being a Manfrotto, the quality is very good. I use this tripod ALL of the time with everything from my Sony Action Cam, my GoPro to my Canon 60D with 18-200mm lens.
Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Strong, Unfolds Quickly, Well built
Excerpt: I've had this for only a short time but it's been pretty handy. It's so small that it fits in my bag and I hardly know it's there. When I need a quick way to stabilize my M43, Canon S95, or iPhone using a Glif this little tripod is right there.
Pros: Compact, Convenient, Durable, Easy to Use, Lightweight, Stable
Excerpt: This all metal desktop tripod is very stable. For example, it supports a Sony A6000 with a 55-210 lens fully extended. Once folded, it fits in any camera bag side pocket or, in a pinch, in my jean's back pocket.
Excerpt: I purchased this to use with a almost 6 lbs Bushnell spotting scope and couldn't be any happier!!! It work perfectly even though it is only rated to support 4.5lbs. I would buy this again if I lost this!!!! Can't beat the price!!!!
Excerpt: I'm staring at it. $50. For another $50 I could have gotten a full size tripod. I would be much happier if it was $35. Great product. I'd buy it again and again because it's manfrotto. I wouldn't play around and try to HOPE a $25-$35 non-manfrotto is as good.
Excerpt: I bought one of these sometime in the 1990s. I loved it. I lost it. I bought this one. It's perfect for both point and shoot cameras and it also works great for my DSLR w/ a 17-55mm f2.8 (heavy) lens. It stands up to whatever you give it. Great for trips where a larger tripod would be inappropriate.
Excerpt: I bought this when it first came out years ago and I overpaid for it--some amount over a hundred bucks along with a little pouch and a short riser for optional use between the mini ballhead and the legs.
Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly