Dolica ST-300 57-Inch Lightweight Tripod

  • Extendable to 57 inches (closed height of 23 inches)
  • 3-way pan head; 90-degree vertical platform
  • Quick release plate; bubble level
  • Panoramic angle: horizontal 360 degrees and vertical 90 degrees
  • Maximum operating load: 6.7 lbs

Dolica¿s 57″ Light-Weight Tripod is ideal for both indoor and outdoor photography and video recording It is perfect for events, sports activity, capturing that one amazing shot Designed for use with small Point-N-Shoot cameras or 35mm cameras and camcorders Tripod Features: Ultra light-weight construction and able to support up to 6.7 lbs Base thread: 3/8″ 3- way panhead, quick release plate and bubble level, 90 degree vertical platformGeared elevator and center brace carrying handle Quick release leg locks and non-slip rubber feet.
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  1. cubano "techno mama" says:
    31 of 31 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Strong and lightweight best deal for price, July 22, 2009
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    cubano “techno mama” (transatlantic) –

    I use this to mount my older Hi8 digital camcorder for recording beach volley ball tournements and it holds up well to the strong on shore breeze. This thing is made of alumninum and is very light for its size. Its also strong, I set up a Nikon DSLR and hooked my bookback in the middle of the tripod as counter weight. It was holding at least 15lbs. You can point it in any direction and orient the camera how you like. big plus for me because i like to point my camera at the sky.

    the locking mechanisms allow you to control how tight or loose you want to be able to move your camera very well. at the appropriate tightness, you can move the camera very smoothly and it will stay in place when you let go, but make sure its not too loose. all the tightning nuts can all be adjusted by hand too, including the piece that connects to the camera(ive seen some tripods that require a screwdriver).

    this tripod is sturdy, and can be set up very quickly. and it packs up nicely. i can attach it to my rebel camera bag with no problems.

    Im very happy with this tripod.

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  2. Nathan Scherer says:
    24 of 24 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great tripod, February 26, 2010
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    Nathan Scherer (United States) –
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    Pros:
    – Plenty sturdy for point and shoot and small video cameras. I haven’t tested with a big SLR, but it seems like it would do fine and has a hook for a weight as well.
    – Easy to use quick release plate
    – Tall enough for most purposes. I’m about 6’2″ and have no problem using it.
    – Good features and easy to use – level, pan and tilt lock, portrait mode, crank elevator with lock (not sure what this is actually called).
    – Very light
    – Folds up to a pretty compact size
    – Good price
    – Carrying handle (not really needed IMO)
    – Comes with a bag

    Cons:
    – The locks for sliding the legs in and out are a bit sticky. It inspires confidence that the thing isn’t going to collapse, but they’re not very easy to open.
    – I could not find a Dolica spare quick release plate from anyone. I finally found a compatible one from a different manufacturer, it’s a Sunpak SP620-731. That plate is bigger and doesn’t seem quite as high quality as the Dolica one, but it fits and it’s inexpensive.
    – I emailed Dolica about a spare QR plate and they never responded, so I can’t really say anything good about their customer service, at least via email.

    I highly recommend this tripod unless you will need extra quick release plates. In that case I would look for something that you know you can get original equipment extras for.

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