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      24.09.2010 22:32
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      Superb quality low priced tripod.

      As a first tripod this is suitable for most digital devices. I use it for a point and click and an entry level DSLR, both of which fit perfectly without any restrictions. The tripod comes in a smart and well fitting bag with shoulder strap.

      The three legs all have 3 individual adjustable clips meaning there are so many different angles you can rest the tripod on and have the legs compensate for the change in surface. They're quick and easy to open and lock with minimum pressure; I've never had one slip either.

      Once the legs are in position you can gain a little extra height from the central pole which can be unscrewed and raised to get a few extra inches. Good for those quick adjustments.

      The headpiece will tilt 90 degrees, allowing quick changes in orientation of the camera and will also spin 360 degrees on the pivot.

      An added bonus with this tripod is the rather accurate spirit level, for ensuring each shot is as level as can be.

      My only problem is that the adjustment handle can get caught between the legs and height adjustment knob if you have the head at a high angle.

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