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Davis & Sanford PROVISTAGR18 - Trípode telescópico con cabezal FM18

de Davis

Precio: EUR 230,91
Precio final del producto
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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 20,3 x 20,3 x 101,6 cm ; 4,5 Kg
  • Número de modelo del producto: PROVISTA18
  • ASIN: B00295RB06
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 16 de febrero de 2010
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº306.799 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)

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9 de 9 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Tall Height, Study Tripod, Fantastic Head - Tough to Beat at this $$$ 25 de marzo de 2013
Por Paul Tucker - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I do professional video and photography work, but have a limited budget from my company - so I'm forced to either purchase the items myself or use an incredibly small budget to get the best bang for the buck possible. I have labored through hundreds of reviews, articles, video reviews, blogs and articles to find a solid tripod and fluid head combo for about $200. As for the head, I came to the conclusion that the WF717 and the FM18 were the best options out there... but they come either as a stand alone head, or on attached to a tripod that didn't really fit the bill for me. I had become convinced that I would never find a good option. Enter the D&S Provista 18 Tripod with FM18 Head.

I needed a tripod that was study and tall - I'm 6'5" and I need to be able to "look me in the eye" when filming in some cases. I was so happy to find this tripod - with the legs extended and the center post down, it's at about 6' tall. Amazing. With the center post up, it's well over the top of my head! It's rare that I'd need that kind of height, but it's nice to have if you're filming over a crowd or a tall obstacle.

The tripod is very sturdy and has a very professional appearance. The tube legs are meaty but fairly light. The center spreader is also a nice addition - and it locks, which is even better. It's quite firmly planted once in place. The feet are hard plastic, which I imagine would slip on tile or hard surfaces. They're more durable this way, but I still would prefer a softer rubber. The leg locks are plastic and take a bit of finagling to get used to them. The nuts holding them down may also need to be adjusted - take a look before applying too much force.

The head is fantastic! The movements in all directions are liquid smooth and predictable. The drag isn't adjustable, but it's set to about the perfect tension level and is very versatile. I haven't wished to change it. If you shoot fast action or maybe side-line sports, this head probably wouldn't be ideal. If you pan too rapidly, the drag takes over and can cause the tripod to torque from one side to the other. Again, this hasn't been a problem for me and it's worked great for everything I've needed - but just putting it out there for your fast action side-line shooters.

Some have mentioned the poor placement of some of the knobs on the head. They're right. That said though, most of the offending knobs are spring loaded - which means you can pull out to ratchet them to another position before doing another half turn. Probably not my preference, but still a thoughtful improvement. Also, with some adjustment, you can position the knobs so that they only need to be turned 1/4 to be tight or loose - which is great for speed reasons, but also to prevent them from bumping your handles or other knobs.

The bag included is top-notch as well. Very durable and ample space for the tripod and a few other items - if needed. One side of the bag is padded for the head as well. Yet another nice touch.

All in all, this is a winner that produces remarkable results - especially when you consider the sub-$200 price tag! I highly recommend this and would get another one in a heart beat if I needed it.
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Really sturdy and nice for the money 25 de febrero de 2013
Por J. A. Smith - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I bought this to mount a pair of 10lb 25x100 astronomy binoculars. It is extremely sturdy, works very well, and I would not hesitate for a second to buy it again.

I only have two small nits to pick about it, for which I removed one star from my rating. First, the ratcheting knob on the tilt lock mechanism bumps into the right pan handle, forcing you to ratchet the knob when operating the tilt lock. Fortunately, this can be easily fixed by moving the left pan handle bracket to the right side and vice-versa, which allows you to mount it 180 degrees from the original direction which points the bracket away from the tilt lock knob.

Second, if the equipment you are mounting is wider than the plate, the knob on the mounting plate lock screw can bump into the equipment when mounting, also forcing you to ratchet the knob to get the plate to lock down. I chose to work around it by using a 1" tripod extension that gives the clearance required for the screw to freely spin without ratcheting. Others have sawed off part of the knob. I would probably see about replacing it entirely before resorting to that. These are convenience issues, and the ratcheting feature allows you to live with them both. But I feel that this could and should have been accounted for in the design of the head.

Otherwise, the head is very nice. Plenty of cast aluminum and a very fluid pan/tilt mechanism. The pan handles are comfortable and very adjustable. Two mounting plates are included.

The geared center column is the main reason I went with this particular version of the Provista series. I'm not disappointed - it works very well and goes extremely high while still providing stable support for my 10+ pound binocular. This is excellent for my purposes, allowing me to view objects straight overhead without hunching over to get under the eyepieces.

There is a lot of metal in this tripod and head. It isn't a lightweight affair so consider that if portability is a big issue for you. It wasn't for me. It does come in an excellent padded case that allows for comfortable and balanced carrying so that does considerably offset the weight issue in terms of portability.
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
I don't know what "WillC94" received, but I got what was pictured and described.. 22 de abril de 2014
Por patmacav - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Why did I buy this tripod? Well, I had an old inexpensive (1980) Gemini aluminum tripod with a basic pan and tilt locking head. I dropped it recently and the head broke. So, I needed to replace it. I wanted a fluid head because I want to be able to pan smoothly when filming movies with my Fujifilm X-S1, also from Amazon.

I will say that I purchased two different tripods at the same time, this Tiffen Sanford & Davis PROVISTA18 with the FM18 fluid video head and a DRACAST VT-17, which was substituted by Amazon for an AXRTEC AVT-17 that I had ordered. The difference in cost was a mere $63 more for the PROVISTA18.

What does that $63 get you?
1. A 10 yr warranty vs. 30 days.
2. A much nicer carrying bag with a better zipper and very nice padding for the head. Seriously better.
3. A heavier tripod, the description said 10 lbs., I believe that's the tripod only without the head.
4. Heavier and sturdier legs.
5. Self locking 1-3/8" diameter x 18.5" tall geared center column head mount.
6. A much taller tripod that extends to 78" vs 52.4".
7. The FM18 fluid head comes with two handles and two quick release plates.
All in all in my opinion, excellent bang for a little more money.

I'm happy with both. I'll use both.
The lighter, shorter Dracast will be easier to tote around,
but the heavier PROVISTA18 will go with me when I need to stand tall
and need a heavier duty piece of equipment.
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Product Has Been Upgraded 7 de enero de 2014
Por Xtreme - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The FM18 now ships as the FM18 (2). The air lift has been replaced with a gear crank. Which makes it much easier to bring your extention down quickly and safely. I am a professional broadcaster and I work mainly in the ENG atmosphere. This tripod works well and supports our 13 pound Sony HVR-S270P Cams with no problems. More than enough for DSLR Cams.

Pans and Tilts are smooth and steady even at maximum height. Which is great if you are covering an event and your cam is posted in or near a crowd and you need to shoot the stage.

As with all man made things, they all have pros and cons and you have to find what works best for "Your" applications and budget. I'm just one professional sharing my experience with this device under my given context and if works exceptionally well.

I am well pleased with this product and I will and I have recommended it to other professionals as well.

2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Extremely good product, Rock stable and very smooth yaw and ... 30 de julio de 2015
Por Heaven of Sound - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Extremely good product, Rock stable and very smooth yaw and pitch (horizontal and vertical movements). Head is unbelievable fine adjusted for cameras up to at least 12 lbs. I tested it with a Canon 70D and a 1300mm super tele lens, where you really need a rock stable tripod and a fine smooth moving head to find your targets and to focus. 5 stars and recommendation for a very good value for taht price.

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