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Vivitar VT-9
9.0 out of 10

Vivitar VT-9

Take great pictures on the go with the Vivitar 9“ Mini Tripod. Read more

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Overall 10


Christopher G., Newegg
29 June 2013
  • Pros: Perfect for my PnS. Very cheap, sturdy, multi-directional adjustments. I can finally use the lower ISO settings on my camera, which is the difference between a crummy picture and a good picture, sometimes.
  • Cons: It isn't 6 feet high and free?
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Overall 10

Cool Tripod !

Jason L., Newegg
3 March 2013
  • Summary: Bought this for a digital camera.
  • Pros: Small, extendable, price.
  • Cons: None yet !
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Overall 2


Lane G., Newegg
8 February 2013
  • Summary: If you photograph straight up your fine. Try to do a downward angle and nose dive!
  • Pros: Cheap.
  • Cons: Cheap! Can't hold up a slr without taking a nose dive.
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Overall 10


14 December 2012
  • Pros: Cheap, light, small. Solid enough to easily accommodate a GoPro Hero3.
  • Cons: None.
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Overall 10

Vivitar 9 inch Tabletop Tripod

Anonymous, Newegg
6 September 2012
  • Pros: There is a much more stable footing on this tripod than your run of the mill units. The front two legs support even my largest cameras while the rear leg give the stability I need. It is a nine inch tripod but when set up for use, has the same height at the six inch tripods I use but with almost ...
  • Cons: With the legs fully extended out, it does take a lot more space. If you have a very limited area your are working in, it might be difficult to set up.
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Overall 10

Nice small tripod!

richard s., Newegg
20 June 2012
  • Summary: Yes the description says it is black and it is! Fast service as always!
  • Pros: The small size and light weight tells you everything. Small enough to carry in your bag and sturdy!
  • Cons: None!
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Overall 8

User Review

Mark M., Newegg
24 May 2012
  • Summary: It seemed like the adjustment screw needed a lot of tension to be stable, I can't get a good feeling for what too much is, but I haven't been there yet.
  • Pros: Small, light, simple. Great for a light, no space emergency tripod, I carry it in my camera bag at all times.
  • Cons: I don't think I'd use a larger lens, or severe angles with this; with my d5100 and 18-55 kit lens I wasn't 100% confident that it stable(I didn't actually have an issue though).
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