Professional 72-inch TRIPOD FOR All Canon Sony, Nikon, Samsung, Panasonic, Olympus, Kodak, Fuji, Cameras And Camcorders + BP MicroFiber Cleaning Cloth

Pinned on October 5, 2013 at 7:37 am by Stephanie Paolucci

Professional 72-inch TRIPOD FOR All Canon Sony, Nikon, Samsung, Panasonic, Olympus, Kodak, Fuji, Cameras And Camcorders + BP MicroFiber Cleaning Cloth

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This 72-Inch Photo and Video tripod features a special carrying handle as well as a professional foam grip. It has self leveling rubber leg tips as well as built-in bubble levels. It has a 3-way pan head and 3 section legs. It includes a deluxe carrying case and has a 3 year limited warranty.Lightweight, versatile, and affordable, the 72″ tripod is a great tripod for photographers of all levels of experience.

Product Description

Kit Includes:
♦ 1) Bower -  72-Inch Full Size Tripod w/ Deluxe Tripod Carrying Case
♦ 2) ButterflyPhoto – ButterflyPhoto Micro Fiber Cleaning Cloth

Special Carrying Handle
Extends To 72- Inches
Professional Foam Grip
Self Leveling Rubber Legtip
Built In Bubble Leveling
3-Way Pan Head
3-Section Leg
Quick leverlock
Rubber Legtip
Deluxe Soft Case
This product has a 3 year Limited warranty.
ButterflyPhoto Micro Fiber Cleaning Cloth – Safely Removes Fingerprints and Dust, Cleans Without Chemicals

Product Features


HHOMedia says:

Its a sub-20 dollar tripod, and a decent one at that Its a $20 tripod. You get what you pay for. I bought two different models in this price range to see which one I liked better, turns out I like them both. I shoot documentary films in outdoor, rough, out of the way settings. I did my time dragging expensive tripods through mud and setting them up in water. Expensive doesn’t translate to longevity where we shoot. I put my HVR-V1U on top of this with a light and mic. Seems pretty sturdy. I will keep an eye on it while filming, but I do that with a six hundred dollar Manfrotto anyways. I think for less that twenty bucks, it’s a great value. I was expecting less for sure. Someone mentioned not putting pro-sumer camcorders or DSLR’s on this tripod. I’d disagree…just watch it. Use the hook to add some stability. It’s a sub $20 tripod, treat it like one. If you are looking for seamless pans, this may not be your ticket. However, I lubed up the head and it seems to be a lot better. There’s my 48 cents.

D. F. Watt "dfwatt" says:

Best value in a tripod I have ever seen If you shoot professionally for a living, you probably can afford something much more expensive than this very inexpensive tripod. if you’re an amateur or enthusiast photographer on the other hand, and you spent a bunch of money on lenses and you want to save money on a tripod, this might be just what you’re looking for. Although it certainly cannot remotely compete with high-end $600 carbon fiber tripods, for the money it’s certainly a great deal, and works well. It’s relatively stable, can hold the camera in either portrait or landscape mode, and has all the usual pivots in various axes. I’m not sure I’d trust the top release plate with a really heavy camera in a portrait orientation with a great big telephoto on the front of it (not 100% convinced that you wouldn’t be putting your camera at dire risk) but aside from that limitation, it’s a very good tripod – and it does handle my camera safely in portrait orientation with a medium sized telephoto without making me unduly anxious about losing my camera off the mount. If you are working with a big telephoto, would definitely use a lens collar.Pros:1) 72 inches tall for a professional height (means you don’t have to be stooping over to look at anything)2) full rotation in standard three axes3) comes with a nice (albeit cheap) case4) relatively lightweight5) reasonable stability for a lightweight tripod6) decent level detection (don’t need that with my camera however)7) cheap – really cheapCons:1) quick release plate might not hold heaviest cameras in portrait orientation with big heavy lens2) probably doesn’t have the greatest stability relative to an hi-end professional tripod3) rotation in vertical axis is perhaps a little bit stiff and not as smooth as more expensive tripods

Shelbs49 says:

Great tripod, storage case is lacking I purchased this tripod for my canon rebel xs. It was shipped fast (it arrived to my house within two days). The tripod is amazing, its very sturdy, has a hook to weight it down and the quick release is very easy to use. I like how the legs can adjust easily to any height within seconds. This is a great tripod, especially for the price. My only issue that I have is that when I received the tripod, the carrying case was broken. the zipper pulls apart after you zip it closed. I also did not receive the cleaning cloth that is mentioned in the item description. I sent an email to the seller asking to have a new carrying case sent, however, I did not receive a reply.

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