- Dimensiones del producto: 10,2 x 10,2 x 165,1 cm ; 5 Kg
- Número de modelo del producto: MAK 263
- ASIN: B0051ECU8A
- Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 11 de agosto de 2011
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº522.203 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
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Altura (min.): 134 cm
Altura (máx.): 165 cm
Cabeza de tripode: Y
Color del producto: Negro
Longitud de plegado: 63 cm
Máximo peso (capacidad): 1,53 kg
Número de piernas: 3
Peso: 5 kg
Secciones de pata: 3
Utilizar con: Digitales / cámaras de película
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Folded height 24"
Max Loading weight 6.6 lbs.
Tripod Weight 2.86 lbs.
Leg extension flip lock rather than twist lock.
I own several tripods and monopoles, none of which have a built in level.
I recently took a series of 14 photos to create a 180 degree panoramic view of the horizon.
Although after looking through the viewfinder I thought the camera was level, I lost between 1/3 and 1/2 of the height of the final image because my tripod was not actually level.
Because of this experience, I wanted a tripod with a level to help assure that my tripod was perfectly level.
The bubble level located on top of one leg of the tripod is 1/2" in diameter, and bubble target area is 1/4" and the bubble itself is 1/8".
To confirm the tripod is level, you must turn the camera lens away from the leg with the bubble so you can actually see the bubble level. With the camera in other positions, you can not actually look directly down at the bubble level.
With one eye closed, the open eye directly over the tripod leg, you then decide if the bubble is exactly 1/16" from the bubble target.
If you look at the bubble from any angle besides directly over the bubble level on the tripod leg, you will misjudge whether the tripod is truly level.
This is a good basic tripod, but the reason I bought this one sight-unseen was the level which I find somewhat lacking in user friendliness.
The travel bag is a cheap nylon bag, whose threading has slowly started coming off after about a year, and I haven't even used it that much.
I would suggest investing a little more and buying a tripod with weight rating of atleast 6-8kg, to make a zero shake shot.