Excerpt: This is a very sturdy aluminum tripod. The four section version folds down to a smaller size than the three section one, but is also a bit shorter when fully extended. It is quite stable when at its full height of 61 inches, and is rock solid with the center post in the lower position.
Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: I ordered this tripod from B&H as a platform for a second camera / camcorder. I have a heavy older Bogen / Manfrotto 3046 that is a monster. This tripod is almost feather weight in comparision.In windy conditions I don't know how stable this triposd would be, otherwise I love the flexibility of the...
Excerpt: I have wanted a tripod like this for some time now, for doing macro work. This model does a great job of allowing you to position your camera in a variety of different positions. I have used it to invert my camera to get it very close to the ground for macro photos of ants.
Excerpt: I first used this tripod on a recent to the Tetons and it performed very well. It remained sturdy with very little movement with winds that were gusting to 25mph. It was also easy to carry as I followed a moose for about an half hour.
Pros: Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: Purchased for my MFT cameras; the relatively light weight and folded compact size seemed a good fit for my smaller gear. I am very pleased with the build quality, the stylish appearance and the tripod's overall sturdiness.
Pros: Folds Small, Good Stability, Lightweight, Unfolds Quickly
Excerpt: Great platform to build on. Highly versatile and not too heavy or clunky. Great for video with a good fluid head. Easy to attach a slider. Great for macro photos as well. Love that I can access all screws, nothing will loosen with time that I can't fix.
Pros: Durable, Flexible Platform, Great For Macro - Can Go, Highly Customizable, Leg Locks Can Be Tightend, Not too heavy, Perfect For Macro