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Tundra Ball Head Tripod

$90.00 Sale Price:   $62.99

Price: $90.00 Sale Price:   $62.99

Item#:1073187

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The National Geographic Tundra ball head tripod offers the height both professional and amateur photographers need, but folds up to a compact size making this an ideal tripod for traveling and trekking. The ball head positions easily to capture the most extreme angles, and with the small quick-release plate (which accommodates even small profile digital cameras), you can easily remove your camera for quick storage. The special two-section column and variable leg angles provide the flexibility needed for low-angle photography.

  • Maximum height: approx. 60"
  • Minimum height: approx. 6 3/4"
  • Weight: 1 lb 15 oz.
  • Maximum load: 2 lbs. 4 oz.

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Second time is not a charm

By Barb

from Bozeman, MT

About Me Photo Enthusiast

Pros

  • Compact
  • Easy to Use
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Flimsy Construction

Best Uses

    Comments about Tundra Ball Head Tripod:

    I hope Nat Geo has changed manufacturers for this tripod. I received as a gift. I used it on a 10 day trip to the Holy Land for indoor photos. I loved it's portability, light weight, and easy setup. I did NOT manhandle it. However, 2 of the plastic leg extension clips had cracked hinges by the end of the trip. I returned it to my local camera shop and they replaced it. Now, after even less use than my first tripod, the replacement has cracks in 11 of 12 clips. I am still using it, with duck tape wrapped around all the clip hinges. I did not expect to be so disappointed in a Nat Geo product.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

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