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67-Inch Video Camera Tripod With Bag
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67-Inch Video Camera Tripod With Bag

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  • Video camera tripod with adjustable-height legs and rubber feet with retractable metal spikes for outdoor use
  • Recommended max load weight is 15 lbs (6.8kg) for optimal performance
  • 360 degree panning and independent tilt access control for smooth shots
  • Built-in level and quick release mounting plate to ensure fast transitions between shots
  • Height adjustable center column and removable handles
  • Carrying case included; backed by an AmazonBasics 1-Year Limited Warranty
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Very solid, well-built
by Valued Customer on July 14, 2018
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Very impressive tripod, especially considering the price. Much more solidly built than our existing tripod. The head weighs a ton, giving it a great deal of stability.

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Smooth panning
by Valued Customer on July 03, 2018
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This tripod is fairly easy to use attaching the head stock and swing arms isn't to intensive and once it is set up you can achieve smooth pans and steady low light shots. It is fairly heavy but stays weighted during shoots well. The legs and feet are well made and can easily be adjusted comes with a nice bag to haul it around with. The plate for attaching your camera lock slides into place and can be blocked by some of the adjustment screws but you learn to adjust those first then attach the camera. Affordable tripod that functions well.

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To heavy for a consumer camcorder
by Valued Customer on June 02, 2018
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It is way to heavy for using with a consumer camcorder. It has never been used. Wished I had returned it. If you are looking for something heavy duty it would be great.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on March 28, 2018
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Works great.

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great tripod but will need small tweeks when you get it.
by Valued Customer on March 16, 2018
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Great heavy duty tripod. I don't use these for camera or video use so i don't have the same issues as others. The all metal head design ensures that it will hold up to the work that they are being used for. It's the only all metal tripod i can find that will allow the legs to go super wide.These are made by Ravelli and in the Ravelli lineup, it's called the avt pro. Between Ravelli and this model, i have purchased roughly 50 of these so i am quite familiar with the average problems. About 4-5 years ago, assembly control in the Ravelli lineup went south and so things need adjustment.Before you install the head, check over these items with the provided allen keys:-go over every single nut and bolt and tighten them up. There are small set screws on the lockdown tabs for the legs that WILL be loose- these are hidden and you can see them when you flip the tripod upside down(only part that requires a phillips head)-Loosen up the bolts that are in the shoe area, clamp down the main swivel bolt and then re-tighten those smaller shoe area bolts, this should help with the sticky problem on the head.-You will need to readjust the lockdown tabs on the legs to get them tighter or looser.I have not do a warranty through amazon or Ravelli on these so i don't know if Ravelli will work with someone directly on it.In the 5 years and 50 or so units, i have only have 2 warranties. Ravelli handled the first great and the second amazon handled. This is great considering that these are so cheap.

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but for the money this thing is pretty awesome. Lets go through the positives first
by Valued Customer on March 07, 2018
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Without it being a fluid head, I am going to have a hard time giving it 5 stars, but for the money this thing is pretty awesome. Lets go through the positives first.- All metal design (a little heavy, but heavy duty)- Two camera mount plates. I happen to have two cameras, so cool- Legs are sturdy (and all metal - including the clamps)- Leg feet are cool, and can spin back to reveal spikes- Two arms, or if your like me, you can choose either side to have a single arm- Bag is nice - not sure I will use it.- You can use the legs later when you upgrade the head.The cons- Its not lightweight. That works for me as I am putting a heavier camera on it.- You may need to tune it when it arrives.So lets talk about the last point here. Tuning it. When it arrived, the panning mechanism was really too stiff. Even with the tensioner bolt all the way loose, it was really too stiff to pan effectively. I took the head apart and loosed the main pivot screw a 1/8th turn and locked the nut back on tight. This made a world of difference. Now I get smooth panning and full adjustment from the tensioner bolt.So, is it worth $80 - Absolutely. Seriously. I couldn't find a better tripod under $100. If you need an extra tripod or are am amateur with a bigger camera, this is a nice buy. Does it compete with high end fluid heads? Not really. But that isn't the goal of this tripod.So buy it, and don't be afraid to get some grease on your hands to tune it perfectly.

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Excellent tripod for under $100
by Valued Customer on December 05, 2017
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Great sturdy tripod and versatile adjustments. Good for my large binos (25x100) and small telescopes. pans great, tilt is a bit sticky to get it going and smooth after that.

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Solid, well made, and very heavy
by Valued Customer on August 30, 2017
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This is close to a professional quality tripod. It's heavy, and not very practical for traveling even with the bag. It does come apart, but IMO, it's best left set up.It's perfect for nature videographers. It's solid, very well made, and does AmazonBasics credit. I considered deducting a star for the weight, but realize that's an issue that won't matter to most serious photographers.

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Fix the leg angle clamps.
by Valued Customer on August 29, 2017
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I don't like the clamps for adjusting the legs, It is limited and does not lock at any position.

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but I ordered a used Manfrotto head to replace and am quite pleased now. The sticks are otherwise sturdy
by Valued Customer on August 01, 2017
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The head is disappointing, but I ordered a used Manfrotto head to replace and am quite pleased now. The sticks are otherwise sturdy.

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Decent head, great body!
by Valued Customer on July 14, 2017
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Good: I am thoroughly impressed with the main body of this tripod. It has beefy legs and hits way above its weight class. Read; Awesome quality for the price. The feet have this cool mechanism where you can screw the rubber portion of the feet up or down and as you roll them up there are metal spike feet that come out. Pretty nice for varying terrain. The locking mechanisms for each leg are robust and strong. I expect to use this tripod for years to come.The bad:The head is serviceable. I would recommend replacing it later at some point. Currently, I have a Manfrotto video head on there and this is a fantastic tripod.The Ugly:The allen head screws on the locking clasps on the legs come loose after only a few uses. I ended up taping an allen wrench to the tripod. When they come loose with a heavy camera on it, it can go off level or move on its own. Not a deal breaker, some thread locker would serve you well.Overall this is a great solid, stable and sturdy tripod. Head is decent but the body is awesome for the price.

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A highly stable video tripod with enough weight and flexibility to make high quality videos without jitter
by Valued Customer on June 11, 2017
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The difference between a video camera tripod and a standard camera tripod is that the video tripod must be highly stable during panning. This tripod satisfies that requirement through inertial damping- which is to say, it is very heavy and high frequency motion is heavily damped by the rotational inertia of both panning and tilt. I was able to record videos without any jitter easily, and for me, this is the first time I have been able to do so. My two camera tripods simply do not have the capability to do that.The carrying case is very nice and my only complaint is that you need to remove the pan and tilt arms to get the tripod to fit properly in the case. So a quick setup of the tripod is not realistic unless you simply forget about using the case, which is what I now do. All the adjustments are easy to make and the result is a professional looking and operating video tripod at a reasonable price.

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