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Large Flexible Tripod
Get the angle just right with this Large Flexible Tripod from Monoprice!
This lightweight flexible tripod can be mounted virtually anywhere. The ultra flexible legs allow you to wrap your camera around poles, fences, tree branches, or anywhere else you may need it, so you don't have to leave anything or anyone out of your pictures. The tripod's feet are made of rubber so that it won't slip from any surface it is resting on.
The universal mount head has a 360 degree swivel range and can tilt in any direction. When the legs are pointed straight out, the tripod is 10.5" long. It weighs only 1.8 lbs and can support up to 3.4 lbs.
PROS: excellent value. Used for time lapse photos wrapped around a stair railing. Supports Nikon D5100 with kit lens small flash
PROS: Great for holding HD160. Very flexible and has a solid feeling quick release.
CONS: Doesn't quite move like I thought but its still perfect for what I am looking for.
Better than I thought. Holds my 5100 + kit lens firmly. Light
CONS: Limeted uses
PROS: I was blown away by the quality on this little tripod. It's beefy, strong and lightweight at the same time!
PROS: Very good for my small point and shot camera
CONS: When in use, cannot access the battery/sd card compartment
PROS: VERY compact
flexible base is handy
works fine with my point and shoot
CONS: does feel on the cheaply made side (though for the price it's what I expected)
Probably not strong enough for a full size DSLR.
PROS: Holds position, holds my camera.
CONS: Worlds's smallest quick release plate, rather inelegant ball head.
PROS: This tripod does exactly what I expected it to do. I have it attached to a relatively inexpensive camera and it provides the stability that my trembling left hand is incapable of. For the price it does the trick.
CONS: The top ball joint cannot be tightened to a totally fixed state and so it is possible to unintentionally move the camera.
The camera is just too heavy for it. I couldn't even let go of the camera with confidence. The tripod flips to the front if it's not fully expanded, and if it's fully expended, it collapse on itself until the camera or the base of the tripod touches the ground. The ball joint is making the whole thing a joke since it cannot hold the camera straight even if you hold the tripod itself.
It's a tripod that is definitely not large, and it just can't be use with a DSLR
PROS: Cheap. Should work fine with small cameras (Think point and shoot).
CONS: - Can't stand up without collapsing or flipping
- Can't hold the camera still even if you hold the tripod (ball joint is really cheap)
- Cheap construction overall, useless for a DSLR like mine, regardless of the lense (Fuji S5 pro)