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Camera Tripod £11.99 @ ALDI

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3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago
Aluminium tripod for photo and video cameras.

- Max load: 3kg
- 3-way tripod head
- Thread: ¼" (6.4mm)
- Extendable legs
- 90° vertical platform
- 2 spirit levels
- Quick-release plate
- Max height: 153cm
- Min height: 60cm
- 3 year warranty
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#1
Seems like a good price.
#2
If possible take a picture next time in-store as I am wondering would this be suitable for canon DSLR or would it crumble with weight
#3
Max load 3Kg - so okay for most entry level DSLRs and standard lenses, but nothing heavier.
It's a good price for what it is, but I'd advise spending a bit more and getting something a bit more sturdy for expensive cameras.
3 Likes #4
tripods - you very much get what you pay for.

lightweight tripods will give an okay pic.

substantial rock steady tripod will give a better pic.

not saying you should buy the priciest manfrotto out there, but if you pay a bit more than this you will get a better tripod. sorry if that sounds a bit trite but it's true.
#5
scrumpypaul
tripods - you very much get what you pay for.

lightweight tripods will give an okay pic.

substantial rock steady tripod will give a better pic.

not saying you should buy the priciest manfrotto out there, but if you pay a bit more than this you will get a better tripod.
sorry if that sounds a bit trite but it's true.

Can you recommend one for a dslr and a telephoto lens
#7
This is a nice sort of good level Manfrotto tripod but I would look around for cheaper price

Edited By: fleurdelyes on Dec 03, 2012 21:02
#8
snoopy18
scrumpypaul
tripods - you very much get what you pay for.

lightweight tripods will give an okay pic.

substantial rock steady tripod will give a better pic.

not saying you should buy the priciest manfrotto out there, but if you pay a bit more than this you will get a better tripod.
sorry if that sounds a bit trite but it's true.

Can you recommend one for a dslr and a telephoto lens


maybe this?

my main tripod is a giotto but they are quite pricey
#9
scrumpypaul
snoopy18
scrumpypaul
tripods - you very much get what you pay for.lightweight tripods will give an okay pic.substantial rock steady tripod will give a better pic.not saying you should buy the priciest manfrotto out there, but if you pay a bit more than this you will get a better tripod.sorry if that sounds a bit trite but it's true.
Can you recommend one for a dslr and a telephoto lens
maybe this?my main tripod is a giotto but they are quite pricey

Thanks
#11
Just bought it at my local Aldi, and for the price it's a real bargain. Very sturdy and well built.
#12
Do you know the weight of the tripod?. Might be on the box.
Thanks
#13
Just bought one. Looks good. However, box says 2 year warranty, instead of the 3 year warranty as shown on their web site.
Weight is 1.2 Kg.
#14
If you're shopping for a cheap one, get a Velbon. Reassuringly solid, all fixings well made, and will last for years.

I've had mine for 15 years, and it cost £14.99.
#15
Saw these tonight, look solid enough - heat added.
#16
I've just bought a Canon Powershot SX50 (my 1st forray into digital photography as a hobby) and I'm looking for a tripod. So much choice, can't make up my mind. Will this tripod do?
#17
Marky25
I've just bought a Canon Powershot SX50 (my 1st forray into digital photography as a hobby) and I'm looking for a tripod. So much choice, can't make up my mind. Will this tripod do?

Should be fine for a small (Non DSLR camera) if you like photography you can upgrade it as you upgrade your kit.
banned#18
will this fit a nx1000?

thanks
#19
I can recommend this : hahnel triad 30 http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00361EC1S £30 but well made, all metal fittings, ball head, quick release plate, very flexible in position etc. more than strong enough for my dslr.
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Just be careful with tripods. I never understand people who spend a grand on cameras and lenses only to trust their kit on a £10 piece of rubbish.
Not saying this is, just saying you need a weighty steady trustworthy bit of kit, especially outdoors.

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