Full Size Tripod with FREE Shoulder Case - £9.99 (+p&p) @ 7 dayshop - HotUKDeals
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UK normal dispatch - £3.95 by 1st Class Royal Mail

Our Lowest Ever Price on Our Best Selling Tripod - Hurry Offer Must End Soon !
A top quality full size tripod at a really incredible price. perfect for photographic, digital and camcorder/video or scope/binocular uses.

Superb features include
Versatile 3 way pan / tilt head with full, secure, fast and easy adjustments
Quick release camera plate/platform
2 built in spirit levels 1 on stand and 1 on camera platform
Crank driven centre column for quick and easy and fine height adjustment
Extra stabilising centre column brace with locking collar
Quick release latches on legs for fast and easy use
Very strong fully enclosed aluminium legs for maximum rigidity
Variable ball and socket rubber feet for more secure placement, even on difficult surfaces
Smart gun-metal grey/bronze anodised finish on legs
Built in carry handle on centre column
Hook on column base for attaching extra weight (such as a camera bag) improves stability even more
Standard tripod screw fitting with extra locking pin (for camcorder) for use with virtually all equipment types.
Supplied with a FREE nylon case with adjustable shoulder strap too !
Weighs 1740g, Closed Height 66cm, Max Working Height 166cm,
Packed width 14cm, extended width 104cm
Capacity up to 4kgs and the legs are manufactured from 26.7mm diameter aluminium.
Superb build quality with Full 1 year warranty
Buy with Complete Confidence - We offer a 30 day money back if not 101% delighted (all we ask is that you please return to us in original boxed condition please)
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#1
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/images/products/prod_99654.jpg
#2
be warned that the quality is OK, but nothing compared to some of the pro brands.
#3
looks identical to the one i just got from ALDI this week, £11.99 from them, and no hastles returning it either should you not like it (well ive never had any trouble returning stuff to ALDI before anyway)

and as kemot says, quality aint great, but you get what you pay for and its good enough for me to mess about with
#4
There is NO free delivery so you have to add £3.95 for P+P or if you live on Guernsey, warehouse collection is £1.95 The true cost is £13.94:p

I was given one of there Monopods for Xmas it was **** spend a bit more and get something decent :whistling: Not voted
#5
Looks like the one I got off amazon:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hama-Star-Tripod-free-Carry/dp/B0000WXD16/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1213471805&sr=8-3

For the price, excellent value. It weighs nothing and folds away to a small shoulder carrycase, but at full height is about 6 foot tall.
#6
just about the normal/right price for one of these - not such a hot deal - average to low quality tri-pod - get one if you are not so into photography etc and it'll do the job (just about)
#7
I bought one about 6 months ago.Its rubbish, plastic & not sturdy.It also looked used. You have been warned.
#8
Looks a bit like the cheap lightweight Hama tripod I've been using for a small spotting scope. Ideal for this kind of use or for use with a camera if you don't want to lug around a ton of equipment, but probably not stable enough for camcorder use. Just don't expect to be still be using it 20 years from now.
#9
It's well worth £10. Although that's only £2 less than they usually sell it for.

It's clearly NOT a £90 Manfrotto, but what are you expecting for the money?
#10
st3ph3n
It's well worth £10. Although that's only £2 less than they usually sell it for.

It's clearly NOT a £90 Manfrotto, but what are you expecting for the money?


It's NOT £10.00 it's £13.94:p
#11
Its not full size. But its fine for amateur and domestic stuff.
#12
Only any good for stills photography. Strongly recommend anyone buying for a camcorder to forget it :)

Weighs less than Karen Carpenter.

I hate these lightweight cheap tripods. Even for amateur use I just don't see how they're practical.
#13
They sell (used to?) these in Argos for £29.99...

Having said that I had one of these and the build quality was *****. The head sheered off on me in Berlin, resulting in the whole unit ending up in a bush outside the Richestag.

Not brilliant, but okay for someone who might only use it once a year or something.
#14
I have to disagree a bit with some of the comments above.....

I have been using this tripod with my Canon 40D with grip and even with my 70-200mm F4 L lens attached the tripod does a good job at keeping the whole lot fairly sturdy. It isn't, however, able to take this weight when in the vertical position.

For this reason I will be buying a decent Manfrotto as soon as funds allow , but for a tenner (plus p+p) you can't compare a value tripod like this with top of the line models, and having compared this tripod to a friend's Jessops tripod worth about £50, we both came to the conclusion that the 7dayshop model was of better quality.

This tripod represents good value for money and certainly will be fine for any compact/ bridge camera.
#15
Anyone recommend a decent one for around £25 ?
#16
Dubtitled
Its not full size. But its fine for amateur and domestic stuff.


Max working height 166cm. How high do you need it to be or am I missing something?

If you're a pro photographer, charging people real money for your pictures you need a proper grown-up 100% solid and reliable professional tripod. However I agree with you that for those of us who aren't pros and who don't want to carry around a van load of stuff, a lightweight £10 tripod is probably just fine.
#17
out of interest what's the real benefit of spending £100+ on a pro tripod - is there really that much to them??
#18
I bought a Hama Star 75 from Tesco yesterday instore and that comes with a bag for it there priced at £10.00 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hama-00004175-Star-Stativ-75/dp/customer-reviews/B000EOMQM2/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_img?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&customer-reviews.start=1&qid=1213557625&sr=1-1#customerReviews
not too bad reviews for a £10 tripod imo and ive not had much use of it but for money i think its good :thumbsup:
#19
More expensive tripods generally means sturdier or in the case of carbon fibre lighter, sturdier and vibration dampening. Spend six or seven hundred quid on an expensive camera like a 40D and its a bit sad to spend £10 on a tripod to match. Basically a cheap tripod is about as effective as leaning against a fence or wall to capture a shot.
#20
godsakes
out of interest what's the real benefit of spending £100+ on a pro tripod - is there really that much to them??


There's lots of detail stuff to do with the durability and the telescoping leg joint quality.

But the real benefit of a proper tripod is the fact that the head is interchangeable, and a stills photographer with an SLR would arguably prefer (all the phogs I know anyway) a fluid or friction ball head rather than the pan and tilt on this one. It wouldn't take long to get annoyed with the fixed pan and tilt on this tripod.

There are a number of other head types/sizes that you might want to use depending on your camera weight/lens combination and the particular photographic activity that you are engaged in. A decent tripod at £100 plus is just a tripod, the heads are extra.

Disagreeing with what was said earlier, the pan and tilt head on this would better suit a camcorder not a stills camera. For stills, a ball head al the way.
#21
Dave-T
Max working height 166cm. How high do you need it to be or am I missing something?

If you're a pro photographer, charging people real money for your pictures you need a proper grown-up 100% solid and reliable professional tripod. However I agree with you that for those of us who aren't pros and who don't want to carry around a van load of stuff, a lightweight £10 tripod is probably just fine.


The tripod head is not full size. Wouldn't put anything bigger than a mini dv on there. I would be dubious about putting a DSLR on there too.
#22
not the best tripod... i don't know how they can say the RRP is £39.99 because that would be insane amount to pay for this! VELBON all the way :)
#23
Scissorhands

Weighs less than Karen Carpenter.



You'll burn in hell for that one!;-)
#24
I compared this to a (admittedly cheaper end) Velbon and there was no noticeable difference.

For still shots with consumer DSLR it's absolutely fine. Holds my 350d with a 75-300 on it without issue. I wouldn't use the pan/tilt with a camcorder though as it does show its cheapness then.
#25
Lovesporran
Basically a cheap tripod is about as effective as leaning against a fence or wall to capture a shot.


Uhh no not really, if you have a remote control for your camera and it's not windy then a cheap tripod will be fine.
#26
TheJenksTer
Uhh no not really, if you have a remote control for your camera and it's not windy then a cheap tripod will be fine.


Or just use the timer. Press button and RUN :lol:

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