Hama Star 75 Tripod With free Carry Case - £9.55 Delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Excellent value tripod, more compact and lightweight than most so an ideal choice for those who need something for travel etc. Still well made, reliable and sturdy.
Compact tripod for photo and video
3-way tripod head and spirit level and quick release plate
Continuously variable height adjustment of the central column
With rubber feet
Diameter: 19.8 mm
Closed length: 42.5 cm
Fully extended length : 125 m
Weight: 620 g
Price includes shoulder bag
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banned#1
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#2
Tempting.... Very tempting
#3
£10.67 at Amazon.
#4
I agree, VERY tempting!

Been after a tripod 4 my vid camera 4 a while but don't wanna spend a lot.

Would this be ok for a video camera?
Would it just slot straight onto it?
Cheers
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magough
I agree, VERY tempting!

Been after a tripod 4 my vid camera 4 a while but don't wanna spend a lot.

Would this be ok for a video camera?
Would it just slot straight onto it?
Cheers


Yes this will work fine with your video camera. It will contact to your camera via a screw thread best check that your camera has 2 holes on the base, one threaded and one not.
#6
Mike_P
Yes this will work fine with your video camera. It will contact to your camera via a screw thread best check that your camera has 2 holes on the base, one threaded and one not.


Thanks Mike :)
#7
Sorry Mike, forgot to say REP given.
Thanks for your help :)
banned#8
As seen on tV "The Tripods"
#9
magough
I agree, VERY tempting!

Been after a tripod 4 my vid camera 4 a while but don't wanna spend a lot.

Would this be ok for a video camera?
Would it just slot straight onto it?
Cheers



Not great for video, the head doesnt really move smoothly enough. Ok if you want the video camera fixed though.
#10
I just bought this and looked at my camera (nikon D40) and it only has ONE threaded hole? would this still work?

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#11
Ordered one a few days ago, should arrive soon will let you guys know what I think, main use is for my HD Camcorder - admitingly this isnt one of the better 'fluid' motion ones but at this price it wouldn't be, hot from me :)
#12
Yes - fine for a D40 (I have one)
Not the greatest tripod - a little unsteady and a bit shaky if it is windy.
But it is cheap...
#13
bmouthboyo
I just bought this and looked at my camera (nikon D40) and it only has ONE threaded hole? would this still work?

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the same to my camera, anyone know that?
#14
any good for canon DSLR???
#15
monkeyboy129
Yes - fine for a D40 (I have one)
Not the greatest tripod - a little unsteady and a bit shaky if it is windy.
But it is cheap...


this is only one hole in my camera(Pentax K200D), how to fix the other one?
#16
heat added! Just brought one from Amazon on the weekend DOH!
#17
Good price, but I reckon this is better value for money: http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-9465.aspx
A better tripod (taller). However, you'd need to use the sim card trick for free delivery though, or add stuff to take it over £25 for free delivery. If you're looking to spend a bit more, check out the TPPRO28A here: http://www.binoculars-uk.co.uk/acatalog/Camlink_TP_PRO_Tripods.html Amazing price, even with delivery. I ordered one (they accept Paypal), and the rand to say it was out of stock. They sent me a free upgrade to the TPPRO32B instead. Excellent customer service!
#18
Usually the second "peg" on these tripods (used for video cameras) takes the form of a threaded stud and you can unscrew it if it is not required.

I haven't got one of these tripods, so cannot guarantee this is the case, but would be surprised if it were not the case.
#19
Steve_UK;4859600
Usually the second "peg" on these tripods (used for video cameras) takes the form of a threaded stud and you can unscrew it if it is not required.

I haven't got one of these tripods, so cannot guarantee this is the case, but would be surprised if it were not the case.

OR in the case of one of my tripods, the peg is spring mounted and is pushed down if you place any equipment onto it which doesn't utilise it
#20
Dave
OR in the case of one of my tripods, the peg is spring mounted and is pushed down if you place any equipment onto it which doesn't utilise it


I have the model one down from this, and this is exactly the case. Its springloaded and the camera just pushes it down out the way when attaching. Its an industry standard fit, and should work with the vast majority of cameras.
#21
This is now £9.55...

However it can be had cheaper here: http://directfoto.co.uk/shop/product/Hama-Tripod-Star-75.aspx
#22
Thanks to the OP for updating the price...

Have now posted a new deal where it is cheaper from another etailer....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/375557/hama-tripod-star-75-8-99-delivered-
#23
I got the Star 63 model off Amazon a few weeks ago and it looks almost the same.

And as others have said, on my tripod the 2nd smaller pin on the head is sprung, so if there is no matching hole in the base of your camera it doesnt matter. I cant say for sure but would guess it's the same for this model.
#24
my-planet
Good price, but I reckon this is better value for money: http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-9465.aspx
A better tripod (taller). However, you'd need to use the sim card trick for free delivery though, or add stuff to take it over £25 for free delivery. If you're looking to spend a bit more, check out the TPPRO28A here: http://www.binoculars-uk.co.uk/acatalog/Camlink_TP_PRO_Tripods.html Amazing price, even with delivery. I ordered one (they accept Paypal), and the rand to say it was out of stock. They sent me a free upgrade to the TPPRO32B instead. Excellent customer service!




Agree
#25
rodman
any good for canon DSLR???


Only if you are very short :whistling:

Extended height is only 1.25m (4 feet ish) and its a pain to have to bend down to look through the viewfinder.
#26
I have two Hama tripods - one ultra light weight for a compact digital camera and a higher and heavier one for a small spotting scope. Both work very well and are light and compact enough not to be a chore to lug around. However you might need to pay more for something to mount a video camera on.
#27
To the people with D40's and anybody else curious.... There is actually only one screw on the hotshoe; the other shiny bit that looks like a screw is just a spring loaded button that pushes down that's all. It won't get in the way.

On another note: I had one of these Hama's and it lasted me about a month; they break very easily. Oh and also being light is not really a good thing in the sense of using a tripod. It could really use a hook in the centre for hanging a bag or something off of to stabilize it as it could be knocked over easily damaging your camera or might move too much on a windy day.

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