This product is very good. But "Fashion and Digital solutions" did not send ...
By Suresh babuon
This product is very good. But "Fashion and Digital solutions" did not send it in a neat and sealed packet. The box of tripod was opened from the box already. The box was just closed with cellophane tape. I did not get any invoice from the seller. He advertised that he will send it with India warranty. But I did not find any such card and even the bill. I doubted that it was used product. But I did not find any such mark on tripod. I request you all not to buy products form this seller. As I refer to the tripod, it is awesome.I am here with attaching the address slip stuck to the packing. It did not contain any details except my address. I did not find purchase bill.
Stable, solid tripod full of well thought-out features
By Vaddadi Kartickon
This review doesn't consider price as a factor in evaluation.This is an excellent tripod ' it's stable and solid, high-quality, and full of well thought-out features that took me many months to discover.To begin with, it's sturdy, which makes it easy to get shake-free photos at night, or to use a pair of big 20x, 100mm binoculars.The feet have spikes in them, which are exposed via a screw mechanism ' you move the rubber feet upwards by turning it around a screw, to expose the spikes. This is a better system than my other tripod, where the rubber feet detach, which makes it a pain to make sure you don't lose them if you ever detach them.All three legs have a foam grip, for comfort.The head can be detached from the legs, and used on another tripod, or vice-versa. The head even comes with a screw adapter, which you'd use if the you want to use a head and legs that use a different sized-screw. The screw adapter is already screwed in, since these legs and head are themselves of a different size.Both the legs and the head have bubble levels (each in both directions), and both of them have a pan lock in case you want to pan your camera or binoculars while keeping the vertical angle the same. This is in addition to the knob on the ball head that makes the ball move around freely.The legs lock at three different positions, if you want extra stability. You press a button on the legs if you want to move it past the lock position.The head has a backup safety mechanism to prevent your camera from falling out. After you rotate the knob to loosen the quick-release plate from the tripod, you need to press an orange button as a backup safety mechanism.The tripod conveniently comes with two quick-release plates. I leave one connected to my binoculars and the other connected to my camera. Unfortunately, you'll need to use a screwdriver when you connect the quick-release plate to your camera. Otherwise, it will be loose and result in blurred photos or a blurred view through your binoculars.The central column of the tripod can be rotated out an angle, for example, if you have the tripod set up on your balcony, but want your camera to lean out. It can also be rotated down to bring your camera close to the ground, if you want to take a photo from that perspective.The tripod reaches a height of less than five feet, without the center column extended (it's more stable that way). Unfortunately, this is not high enough if you're tall, like I'm (6 feet). You have to extend the center column.The center column has a hook from which you can hang a camera bag or other object for extra stability.This tripod can handle a heavy pair of binoculars and keep it relatively steady at high magnification (20x).It's pretty long (around 2 feet) even when collapsed, and relatively heavy.All in all, this is a solid, stable tripod full of well-thought out features. This is my primary tripod.