DigiPower TP-TR62 62-Inch Digital Camera, D-SLR and Camcorder Tripod Reviews
Average Customer Rating -5 customer reviews
Bought cheaper in e b a y for 12 99 free shippinig, January 4, 2010
Was super cheap, when the tripod legs are extended fully it's not as sturdy as it looks. Aluminium body is very oil lamp, but it still works for general photography. Not suitable for serious use.
Great for the price, January 8, 2010
This is a pretty decent tripod. I not long bought a Nikon D5000 and it works great with it. My shots are definitely more sharp.
For the price, I seriously doubt you will be capable of find a better pod. I deducted one star, because of the fact, the plastic really take away from the overall quality. It just looks and feel cheap, but you get what you pay for.
-Aluminum legs are both lighting and sturdy
-Hook on the bottom of the main part of the tri-pod, where on earth you can add counter weight to be paid it more stable
-Bubble level to make sure you win level pictures
-Ability to tilt head down, up, moved out, right, and at angles
-Not AS sturdy as the higher close tripods
Overall, if the quality were somewhat higher, it would definitely be getting 5 stars. But, for the amateur photographer that isn't looking to stir nuts on a tripod (money-wise) this is a GREAT choice.
A phenominal stand for the price., January 7, 2010
I almost gave this stand a 2/5 but then I double checked and I realize that I was the one making the mistake! This stand is absolutely foolproof and very affordable. Read below to see where I get confused, so you don't!
- The top has a bubble level built surrounded by so that you can get the perfect angle.
- There's a latch on the top that unlocks and release the camera from the stand. (this is where on earth I got confused)
- A nice handle so you can move the camera and stand effortlessly together.
- The legs seemed fairly sturdy.
- Very restrained weight
- Comes with a carrying shoulder bag
- It has a brace to angle the camera up at 90 degrees to allow for portrait shots (vertical shots).
- The plastic parts sounded similar to they were going to break when I tried to move them. It feels really cheap, but it is fairly inexpensive.
- No instructions other than some vague pictures on the side of the box.
Concerning where on earth I got confused. I almost gave this stand a 2/5 because I couldn't integer out how to securely attach my camera. I found out you can remove the top plate by holding the lock switch all the method out and lifting up on it. Once you do this you can screw the screw directly into the camera and then reattach it to the stand! Important instructions that were gone out. I am very satisfied next to this stand, and I'm glad I was able to solve my problem on my own!
Great lightweigh tripod, January 30, 2010
I be very surprised to find out how light this tripod in actual fact was. It should not be the only tripod you own. Because of its table lamp weight it would not last amazingly long if used on a regular bases and it's not as tall as I would want surrounded by an everyday tripod. But it is ideal if you are going to travel with it. It is hurricane lantern enough for you to take it when hiking, or anytime you walk off the path. Because it is so cheap it become a must for anyone that travels.
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