Tripé de alumínio TM2515 Monopod para câmera DSLR 60 seções de 5 polegadas
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- • Pernas de tripé Dslr são feitas de metal de uso militar de alta qualidade. pode ser dobrado 180 graus inversamente, fácil de transportar. O botão de travamento do tipo espiral e o botão do tipo extraível de plástico tornam a operação mais fácil e rápida, melhor durável e resistente à abrasão.
- • Este tripé profissional proporciona estabilidade e impede o movimento da câmera. Uma das pernas pode ser usada para ser monopé, por isso também lhe dá outra escolha. Com um case de transporte, é o companheiro de viagem perfeito para sua câmera e filmadora, pois pode dobrar para um tamanho ultracompacto.
- • Redução da Altura da Coluna Central: A parte inferior da coluna central é removível. A coluna central ainda é reversível para obter fotos em ângulo baixo, mas não é necessária. Gancho de coluna central embutido: Um gancho de mola recesso, localizado na parte inferior da coluna central, permite que você pendure peso adicional no centro de gravidade do tripé para maior estabilidade.
- • Cabeça de esfera de fundição de metal pode ser girada 360 graus, em seguida, ajuda a melhorar a faixa de atividade da câmera quando tiro panorâmico.
- • Travamento de pernas de liberação rápida, proporcionando um manuseio mais conveniente das pernas; Ajuste de inclinação do botão de puxar, assegurando o ajuste único de cada perna Design de regulagem típica do elevador, oferecendo o efeito de amortecimento diferente depende do peso da sua câmera
Monopé De Tripé De Alumínio
DESCRIÇÃO DO PRODUTO
FOTOGRAFIA PANORÂMICA 360 °
Síntese panorâmica mais precisa.
Fixe o tripé e mantenha-o na posição horizontal e, em seguida, faça-o rodar uniformemente.
Rotação de 360 °
CAPACIDADE DE CARGA
CAPACIDADE DE CARGA
Junta de borracha e ficha de segurança traseira
CABEÇA DE ESFERA DE 1.42 ”(36mm)
Grandes esferas são mais estáveis.
Ligas de alumínio e
Aperto de esponja densa
O botão de travamento tipo espiral torna a operação mais fácil e rápida
O disparo de ângulo mais baixo, o disparo macro e a fotografia especial podem ser conseguidos através do eixo central invertido.
FÁCIL DE DISPARAR
A altura máxima é 59,45 ”(151cm), a altura máxima do midaxis é 47,44” (120,5cm)
15,35 ”(39cm) altura dobrada fácil de transportar
Tubo feito de liga de alumínio de magnésio de alta qualidade, pode ser 180 ° reflexo, melhor portabilidade.
Quando o peso é suspenso, o gancho é automaticamente estendido
Quando o peso é removido, o gancho é automaticamente recolhido
Rotação inversa no sentido horário pode ser desmontada
Sistema automático de suspensão por gravidade
A highly versatile and lightweight tripod with removable monopod leg.
This is a cleverly designed travel tripod with excellent adjustability and versatility. It has a very high quality finish and is made of a magnesium aluminium alloy which provides strength while keeping its weight down. The included panoramic ball head mount has very fluid motion, very good range of motion (vertical/horizontal) and quick adjustability and lockdown. The tripod legs are very light yet sturdy and have impressive range of motion (180 degress vertical range) and length and can be extended very far using the twist locks on the joints or tilted using the locking lever on the top of the legs.The tripod's main column/shaft can be dismantled and inverted back into the tripod for capturing ground and below ground/surface pictures and videos. Remarkably, the single leg with the foam grip can be handily unscrewed and used as a monopod and can be combined with the main column to achieve an incredible height. Setting up and reconfiguring the tripod is done simply by hand and does not require any tools.The tripod comes with a carry bag with removable strap, a ball head carry pouch, a threaded rod with nut, a short column, an Allen key, and a user manual leaflet.Here's my YouTube video [...] unboxing and closeup look, setting up and configuring the travel tripod.
Professional Quality Tripod
From the moment you open the box, everything about this tripod reflects quality.The carry bag is padded and made of ripstop nylon and has both a carry handle and strap. Opening the zipper reveals black tripod legs with gold accents and a velvet bag covered ball head.Taking the tripod out of the bag you immediately get a sense of opulence, whether you're a beginner or a pro, this tripod makes you feel like a professional.The legs of the tripod fold backward onto the center stem and ball head. This allows the tripod to fold down to to a compact size under 19 inches (48cm) yet expand to almost 60 inches when fully extended.Each leg on the tripod ratchets into position and has three locking points allowing your to articulate and adjust the legs to balance on almost any terrain. There are three (3) telescopic sections on each leg and they have a twist lock to secure each section in place.The ball head that comes with the the tripod is all metal construction and very well built, Ball heads are best suited for still photography but can be used for video also. If you do want to change the ball head on this tripod you can, the tripod has a standard 3/8' screw on the center stem which will allow you to attach any professional tripod head you want, although for most users the factory ball head will be all you need.The factory K&F ball head that comes with this tripod comes with a sliding quick release mounting plate which attaches to your camera and then slides onto the mount and is secured tightly in place by a side set screw. There is a small 360 degree ball level on the tripod head which is pretty accurate and showed level along with the onscreen horizon level on my Panasonic G6.The ball level has two adjustment screws. The lower smaller screw controls the pan or side to side horizontal movement of the head. The larger side screw controls the tightness of the ball which will tilt, swivel and also pan.The tension on the ball head is quite precise and can be adjusted to lock your camera head completely or just backed off a little to allow smooth movements up and down.With the top tilt/swivel adjusted to the angle or tension you want the lower pan screw allows you to lock or loosen the horizontal pan adjustment to your liking.One other feature of this tripod that you might find useful is the ability to remove the legs and covert the tripod into a monopod. Personally I have a dedicated monopod so I didn't use this feature however if you're only going to buy one tripod - this one is excellent since it will let you convert it back and forth from tripod to monopod.Overall K&F knocked it out of the park with this tripod. It's solid, well made and an exceptional value under $250.I received a sample product from the manufacturer for testing and unbiased evaluation. I always take the cost of the product into consideration when writing a review.
Value-packed, nice, lightweight and compact. Load rating is inflated.
It's probably hard to pack more value than this in a sub-100 USD. It's not the best thing money can buy, but it's high quality in general nevertheless. There's no play in moving parts anywhere, legs swing very smoothly with a nice drag. Ball head was surprisingly good, I actually prefer this one to 90 USD Manfrotto 496 RC2 for its smoothness even though this one doesn't have a separate friction control knob (you use lock knob to control friction). Even the bag is a nice one, padded and substantial. I won't complain if this bag is a paid option, I'd gladly pay 20 bucks or so.It's very compact and lightweight. It fits in a carry-on luggage with a big margin (see my first picture). It weighs about 3.5 lbs including the head but without the bag and accesorries (a short column, a screw, and an Allen key). Even if you include everything, the weight is about 4.5 lbs.You can invert it so the camera stays very low, probably I don't use that feature too often but it should be useful for close-up pictures of flowers etc. You can also unscrew the padded leg to use as a monopod (which causes some problem, I'll explain later).Caveat 1:The "maximum load capacity" of 12kg or 26.5 lbs seems to be a gross overestimate. I don't know how they define this number so I cannot say it's wrong, maybe they're just saying that this will not break under 12kg load, which I can believe. But I can definitely say that this tripod has much more flex and wobble under the same load than Manfrotto MK294C3 that is only rated at 11 lbs. My second picture shows Manfrotto and this one (and 12 inch ruler) side by side, you can see that Manfrotto is a 3-section tripod (and made of carbon), which is inherently sturdier than this.Just as a test, I put my 480mm telephoto setup that weighs 13 lbs on this one. Nothing slipped when locked down, but the flex/wobble under the load meant that it was very difficult to point the camera to where I wanted. That's OK, the point of 5-section tripod is to achieve compactness at the expense of the rigidity. But don't plan to use a heavy telephoto with this one.Caveat 2:There's a big friction for the twist-lock action for the thickest leg section. I'm talking about the rotational friction between two parts that work as a single twist-lock part. That wouldn't be a big deal except that one leg unscrews from the hub for monopod operation, and when untwisting the twist-lock for that specific leg, quite often the leg itself is unscrewed instead. I know, this won't happen when I grab the thickest section of the leg rather than the leg hub when untwisting, I might get used to it, but it shouldn't be this way in the first place.All in all, IF compactness and lightweight are the two most important qualities, this is worth your consideration. If money is not an issue for you, there probably are better products. Otherwise, you might be pleasantly surprised by this one.
Great rifle tripod for the price!
Nice quality, i added a rifle clamp to the ball head and it holds my 12 pound rifle no problem. Tripod gets super low when you change out the center pole to the stubby (included). Tripod legs will flex a little when they are fully spread, but have held up well so far. I would buy again if i had too. Cons: no spiked feet included, but some could be mounted if your handy
Pretty durable and very light tripod.
Used this tripod for multiple different configurations, for crane, for just a camera, and for massive lights. Every time was happy with results. Only one comment. You should understand that this tripod is too light for heavy video-head + full-size camera, but it's great for photography. :)
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