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  • Function:Elevator, 3way panhead function
  • Material:Aluminium,ABS.POM
  • Tilt Correction:90 degrees,60 degrees,360 degrees.
  • Quick-release conduct allows we to mislay your camera fast as well as easily
  • Lightweight pattern creates it undiluted for travel

Product Description
With Sony’s VCT-R100 Lightweight Tripod, we supplement the beautiful as well as strange turn to digital imaging. Ultra-portable as well as expandable, the tripod can be practiced for the undiluted tallness as well as the undiluted shot. Its quick-release, 3-way vessel conduct is easy, convenient, as well as preferred for solid sharpened with your camcorder or digital still camera.Amazon.com Product Description
The Sony VCT-R100 Lightweight Tripod with 3-Way Pan/Tilt Head is the compact, lightweight tripod tiny sufficient to fit in to the behind pack. The VCT-R100 folds up to the reduced as well as incredibly docile fourteen inches as well as reaches the limit tallness of 39 inches to give we the gentle regulating upon all sides but requiring we to mangle your behind tortuous in half.

The VCT-R100 has the 3-way pan/tilt conduct which creates it easy as well as available to indicate your camera where we need it but carrying to regulate the tripod itself, as well as preferred for solid sharpened with the camcorder or digital still camera where we need to follow the movement but relocating yourself. This tripod is able of ancillary the small some-more than dual pounds, as well as is assembled of permanent black aluminum. The VCT-R100 weighs 1.8 pounds, has 4 leg stages, utilizes flip thatch to close the legs in place, as well as includes the core mainstay as well as brace. This section comes with the accessible carrying case, the manufacturer’s singular 1-year guaranty upon parts, as well as 90-day guaranty upon labor.

Sony VCT-R100 Lightweight Compact Tripod with 3-Way Pan/Tilt Head



5 Reviews

  1. Tod Baseden says:

    This is a well-made, sturdy tripod. It is easy to assemble and easy to fold away when you have finished. And its compact folded dimensions are very handy. I compared the claimed specs with what I found, as follows:
    Claimed folded length 14 inches. I found 13 7/8 inches.
    Claimed extended height 39 inches, I found 39 3/8 inches
    Claimed weight 1.8 lb, I found 1.45 lb.
    When fully extended it seems a bit short, but this is, no doubt, a result of designing it to fold up so compactly. I have had sturdier tripods, but this one is certainly sturdy enough for most photographic opportunities.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Theonomo says:

    This is a good tripod. However, I didn’t appreciate how small it really is. I cannot use it without kneeling down.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. Mike says:

    As a former professional Videographer and avid amateur Photographer I’ve worked with (and owned) the best tripods money can buy. It’s a given that such equipment is a joy to use, not only from a functional standpoint but from the superb results that can be obtained. That said, most hobbyist shooters wouldn’t seriously consider spending a small fortune for this type of gear even if the weight and size were practical. That’s where the VCT-R100 comes in. Though it lacks the bullet-proof construction of pro models, it is amazingly light, compact (only 14″ fully retracted), and plenty sturdy for the average user. Furthermore, it’s 3-Way pan head is surprisingly fluid and smooth versus other tripods in it’s class.

    As far as possible cons go, most would be related to the fact that the maximum extension of this model is about 40 inches. That said, video shooters have little to worry about. Most modern camcorders use a flip screen (rather than a viewfinder) so angling the screen upwards easily allows you to shoot in comfort without crouching. On the other hand, photographers using cameras with a fixed (back of camera) screen will have little choice but to either sit, crouch down, or use the tripod on an elevated surface (eg; a table). In such cases, a 52″ or taller model with a sturdy elevator might be a better choice (though portability will suffer as such a unit will be undoubtedly collapse to no less than 2 feet). Lastly, keep in mind that this unit is designed primarily for consumer grade equipment weighing less than 2 or 3 pounds.

    As most of my video/photo work is hobby related these days, I really do appreciate the quality, portability and overall value of the VCT-R100. All things considered, I don’t think you can do a whole lot better for less than $80. At $27 it’s a steal!
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. S. Thomas says:

    Watch out, if your not aware already, this tripod only extends to about 39″ or so. Take a ruler our if you don’t believe me, but that is rather short. I exchanged it for the next model up, which extends to about 56″. The reason I gave it 3 stars is because it would be a good tripod if your satisfied with that height limit.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  5. John Harvey says:

    This tripod worked great for our Sony digital camera. It collapses to a very compact size but is able to adjust to any height from 12″ to ~4′. Great purchase for a simple, reliable tripod.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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