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Slik Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Black)

B&H # SLSP2PB Mfr # 611-863
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Product Highlights
  • Supports 4.4 lbs (2kg)

The Slik Sprint Pro II is a flyweight class tripod specifically configured for travel concerns, meant for use with very small SLR systems or with any form of point and shoot camera.  It has 20mm diameter upper leg segments, a quite practical 52" (132cm) working weight, and a collapsed size of just 18.5" (47cm).  This is a tripod right at home on a backpack or on your shoulder (unpadded case with shoulder strap included), weighing only 2.42 lbs (1.1kg).

The Sprint series was designed to maximize your propensity to actually carry and use your tripod on vacation, without costing a ton.  It is fast to put up and down, and will help make sharp images in the typical daylight conditions a traveler 'on holiday' can expect.

This particular version of the Sprint series has a 3-way pan/tilt head with quick release, for the photographer who prefers the exact and deliberate nature of a real pan/tilt head (as opposed to a faster, smaller, and less-exact ballhead).

Speed Release Lock levers allow for fast set up
3-Position leg locks allow for leg openings of independent angles
Angled rubber leg tips maximize traction to flat, hard surfaces (and also allow carry on to aircraft)
Foam covered upper leg sections ease handling in extreme weather conditions
True 3-way pan/tilt head, with each axis controlled by a distinct lock
Detachable 2-part center column and independent leg spread allows great minimum operating height
Maximum upper leg diameter of 20mm
Maximum Height 63.9" (162.2cm)
Maximum Height w/o Column Extended 52.0" (132.2cm)
Minimum Height 7.0" (17.7cm)
Folded Length 18.5" (47.0cm)
Load Capacity 4.4 lbs (2kg)
Leg Sections 4
Leg Lock Type Flip lever
Independent Leg Spread Yes
Center Column Sections 2
Center Column Type Sliding
Center Brace No
Spiked Feet No
Head Type 3-Way pan/tilt with quick release
Head Mount Thread Size 1/4"-20
Weight 2.42 lbs (1.100kg)
Slik Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Black)
  • Quick Release Plate
  • Unpadded Case with Shoulder Strap and Drawstring Closure
  • 3-Year Warranty
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    SlikSprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal)
     
    4.5

    (based on 55 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (32)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (21)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (1)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (0)

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      (1)

    98%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Stable (24)
    • Attaches firmly (23)
    • Large range of motion (23)
    • Lightweight (22)
    • Strong clamp (17)

    Cons

    • Unstable (4)

    Best Uses

    • Landscape/scenery (34)
    • Travel (34)
    • Night shots (15)
    • Home (14)
    • Portraits (12)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Photo enthusiast (34), Casual photographer (7), Semi-pro photographer (6), Pro photographer (3)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (37), Yes (4)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Much Better Than Expected

    I spent quite some time looking for an under-$150 travel tripod for my Nikon D5100 and 18-105mm plus 55-300mm lenses. I also occasionally take my Canon HV-20 HD camcorder. My...Read complete review

    I spent quite some time looking for an under-$150 travel tripod for my Nikon D5100 and 18-105mm plus 55-300mm lenses. I also occasionally take my Canon HV-20 HD camcorder. My main criterion was light weight, as I have gotten to the point where either I or my camera is going to stay home.

    It turns out that there are cheap under-2 lb. tripods, but they are so limited there's no point carrying one, much less trusting your camera on it. There are sturdy ones at over 3 lbs., but I can really feel the extra weight. Carbon-fiber units cost twice my arbitrary cash limit, but exceed 3 lbs. The extra money gets extra weight capacity, which I can do without. This tripod weighs about 2 lbs. 4 oz.--a bit more than I'd have liked, but it securely holds my D5100 with my 55-300mm lens fully extended, at the end of a 68-mm long stack of extension tubes. (BTW: More than needed to get 1:1 macro images at 2 feet working distance!)

    This unit is one of three similar Sprint Pro tripods B&H carries. One has a ballhead mount; the other two have 3-axis panheads, better for video panning but weighing a little more. These two seem to differ only in color: One is black (#611-863); this one, #611-865, is significantly cheaper and is painted in "Gunmetal", a gray hammertone finish that is quite retro-looking. I'd probably like a smooth black, preferably anodized, better--but a tripod needn't be a fashion statement, after all.

    This tripod has a quality feel that belies its low price. The legs have 3 locks each to get a short collapsed length, but the unit is tall enough to often leave the lowest section unextended for even more stability and faster setup/stowage. Each leg has a fast yet solid clip lock to hold the leg at one of three angles. The leg tubes are grooved to keep the locks in line for ease of locking. At the widest angle setting, with the long section of the center column unscrewed (easily) to leave a short stub in the tripod, you get a tarantula-flat setup that gets your camera base only 7" above the ground for low-angle or macro work. I do appreciate my D5100's articulated LCD for this setup!

    You can even invert the column to suspend the panhead UNDER the tripod for very low angles if you like; I haven't tried this yet. Just remember to place the "center column base stopper" (ridged plug) to protect the center column from slipping down and dropping your camera!

    Fully extended and at the narrowest angles, the legs are tall enough so I rarely need to extend the center column; this gives a very solid feel. With the center column fully extended, you get, as expected, more (but not excessive) camera shake. But the camera is too high for me that way, so I seldom do that. I use a remote shutter release for most tripod shots anyway.

    The panhead has two very short handles (hey, it's a travel tripod!) One smoothly controls the roll axis (horizontal-to-vertical camera orientation), the other is the conventional pan and tilt control. It is very convenient to control pan and tilt with one handle, but for video pans it can be a bit awkward to keep the tilt constant as you pan. Action is surprisingly smooth for a simple, lightweight head. The quick-release plate is very light and fast, yet is held solidly by its clamp.

    At about half the price I was willing to pay, this is a fantastic deal. Its built-in 2-axis spirit level (small, but handy) and comfortable foam grips are extra quality touches. I wouldn't recommend this for a full-frame camera and huge lenses, but for midrange prosumer cameras, this is a great value.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Portable, easy to use

    Simple and easy to use. This is a light tripod that easily attaches to a backpack so you can have it when you need it.

    A great simple lock lets you...Read complete review

    Simple and easy to use. This is a light tripod that easily attaches to a backpack so you can have it when you need it.

    A great simple lock lets you insert/remove your camera quickly.

    The mount is a little stiff and doesn't allow the smoothest or easiest readjustments. But if you want a simple tripod and don't use one often, then this is a great value.

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    4.0

    Sturdy so good so far

    By ChristyE

    from Broolyn

    Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Black):

    Bought this because it can fit into a Carry on suitcase. Metal construction feels sturdy and nice , low level position snaps are plastic and seem like they'll be the first thing to break but so far so good.

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    5.0

    Great tripod for my needs

    By Jay

    from Los Angeles

    Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

    Great tripod for my needs. Very sturdy for a compact tripod and I like the gunmetal finish. I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark iii and take photos of music artists I work with in the studio or live performance. It's nice to set the camera on the tripod and use a wireless remote to include myself in some of these pics.

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    5.0

    LONG AWAITED REPLACEMENT OF TRIPOD

    By LYDMAR

    from QUEENS, NY

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Attaches Firmly
    • Good Stability
    • Large Range of Motion
    • Strong Clamp

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Night Shots
      • Sports/Action
      • Wildlife

      Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Black):

      TO TAKE LANDSCAPES, LONG EXPOSURES AND NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY AND OVERALL SHARP IMAGES WHERE TRIPOD IS NEEDED.

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      • No

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      4.0

      Slik Lightweight Tripod : Sprint Pro II

      By Doug - Birder

      from Portland, Oregon

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

            This is a light tripod/head that is useful for travel when used with a fairly light camera. I am a bird watcher and will be using this tripod in combination with a small 50mm spotting scope, when I do not want to carry my normal tripod/scope combination which weighs twice as much.

            It met my expectations of Lightweight and Simple, and somewhat lacking in stability. It offers me an alternative to my usual kit and is a reasonable value for the money.

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            • No

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            5.0

            excellent for travel, ftis in suitcases

            By Bird

            from Texas

            About Me Pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Folds Small
            • Lightweight
            • Unfolds Quickly

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Travel

              Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

              Most commonly used for Holga stereo 120 size camera. Also can be used for lightweight digital cameras. Fits in most suitcases. Great for travel. Easy to carry around when touring, walking. Great extension.
              Only reservation is screw control located where three legs come together - somewhat difficult to operate. This is a tight area for fingers. Using it can cause shot to be re-organized, re-framed, etc. Definitely an excellent lightweight tripod.

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              4.0

              Just what I needed!

              By Carolyn

              from Inlet, NY

              About Me Photo Enthusiast

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Folds Small
              • Good Stability
              • Lightweight
              • Unfolds Quickly

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Landscape/Scenery
                • Travel
                • Wildlife

                Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                We are going on a camping trip and I needed a tripod sturdy enough for my DSLR but light enough to carry in my pack. I am very pleaed with Slik's Sprint Pro II - have tested it out and it will do just what I need it to!

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                5.0

                Rock steady lightweight travel tripod

                By Mary R

                from Los Angeles, CA

                About Me Casual Photographer

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Folds Small
                • Good Stability
                • Lightweight
                • Unfolds Quickly

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Landscape/Scenery
                  • Night Shots

                  Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                  I have only been shooting for a year and I initially bought a lousy tripod because a) I didn't know the difference or know what to look for and b) I wasn't going to buy a lot of fancy equipment until I was sure my new hobby would stick. Well, of course it did.
                  My cheap tripod jammed and rocked around like an old boat on a storym sea. Did a lot of research online and determined that this tripod was very well recommended and reviewed and right in my price range. It is fabulous. Solid as a rock. Easy to position and so light and portable I basically take it with me everywhere. I use it indoors in low light conditions and will use it for dawn and sunset shots this Summer. I learned my lesson. A workman is only as good as his tools and cheap tools won't do a good job. Buy it with confidence

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                  5.0

                  Great Tripod

                  By Mark

                  from Abilene, TX

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Good Stability
                  • Lightweight

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                      I bought this for use with a Leupold Ventana 15x45x60 spotting scope. I wanted something that would go low enough for me to use on the bench at the range as well as for sitting height in the field for Elk hunting. My last requirement was for it to be light enough to carry in my pack. This fit my needs perfectly.

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                      5.0

                      Much Better Than Expected

                      By DrBobK

                      from Southern NJ

                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

                      Pros

                      • Attaches Firmly
                      • Good Stability
                      • Large Range of Motion
                      • One Handle For Pantilt
                      • Strong Clamp

                      Cons

                      • One Handle For Pantilt

                      Best Uses

                      • Travel

                      Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                      I spent quite some time looking for an under-$150 travel tripod for my Nikon D5100 and 18-105mm plus 55-300mm lenses. I also occasionally take my Canon HV-20 HD camcorder. My main criterion was light weight, as I have gotten to the point where either I or my camera is going to stay home.

                      It turns out that there are cheap under-2 lb. tripods, but they are so limited there's no point carrying one, much less trusting your camera on it. There are sturdy ones at over 3 lbs., but I can really feel the extra weight. Carbon-fiber units cost twice my arbitrary cash limit, but exceed 3 lbs. The extra money gets extra weight capacity, which I can do without. This tripod weighs about 2 lbs. 4 oz.--a bit more than I'd have liked, but it securely holds my D5100 with my 55-300mm lens fully extended, at the end of a 68-mm long stack of extension tubes. (BTW: More than needed to get 1:1 macro images at 2 feet working distance!)

                      This unit is one of three similar Sprint Pro tripods B&H carries. One has a ballhead mount; the other two have 3-axis panheads, better for video panning but weighing a little more. These two seem to differ only in color: One is black (#611-863); this one, #611-865, is significantly cheaper and is painted in "Gunmetal", a gray hammertone finish that is quite retro-looking. I'd probably like a smooth black, preferably anodized, better--but a tripod needn't be a fashion statement, after all.

                      This tripod has a quality feel that belies its low price. The legs have 3 locks each to get a short collapsed length, but the unit is tall enough to often leave the lowest section unextended for even more stability and faster setup/stowage. Each leg has a fast yet solid clip lock to hold the leg at one of three angles. The leg tubes are grooved to keep the locks in line for ease of locking. At the widest angle setting, with the long section of the center column unscrewed (easily) to leave a short stub in the tripod, you get a tarantula-flat setup that gets your camera base only 7" above the ground for low-angle or macro work. I do appreciate my D5100's articulated LCD for this setup!

                      You can even invert the column to suspend the panhead UNDER the tripod for very low angles if you like; I haven't tried this yet. Just remember to place the "center column base stopper" (ridged plug) to protect the center column from slipping down and dropping your camera!

                      Fully extended and at the narrowest angles, the legs are tall enough so I rarely need to extend the center column; this gives a very solid feel. With the center column fully extended, you get, as expected, more (but not excessive) camera shake. But the camera is too high for me that way, so I seldom do that. I use a remote shutter release for most tripod shots anyway.

                      The panhead has two very short handles (hey, it's a travel tripod!) One smoothly controls the roll axis (horizontal-to-vertical camera orientation), the other is the conventional pan and tilt control. It is very convenient to control pan and tilt with one handle, but for video pans it can be a bit awkward to keep the tilt constant as you pan. Action is surprisingly smooth for a simple, lightweight head. The quick-release plate is very light and fast, yet is held solidly by its clamp.

                      At about half the price I was willing to pay, this is a fantastic deal. Its built-in 2-axis spirit level (small, but handy) and comfortable foam grips are extra quality touches. I wouldn't recommend this for a full-frame camera and huge lenses, but for midrange prosumer cameras, this is a great value.

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                      • No

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                      4.0

                      good light tripod for over 5 ft high

                      By setu

                      from montreal , canada

                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Attaches Firmly
                      • Large Range of Motion

                      Cons

                      • Unstable

                      Best Uses

                      • Travel

                      Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                      one of the lightest tripod over 5 ft. ok for 60d with 18-200mm lens with weight approx. 1.5 kg. the lowest legs are very thin. if 52 inch is ok, do not use the lowest leg.

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                      4.0

                      Best Lightweight Tripod

                      By Kraemer

                      from Portland, Oregon

                      About Me Pro Photographer

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Attaches Firmly
                      • Good Stability
                      • Large Range of Motion
                      • Strong Clamp

                      Cons

                      • No Illuminating Bubble
                      • Only Comes With One Plate

                      Best Uses

                      • Backpacking Trips
                      • Home
                      • Landscape/Scenery
                      • Night Shots
                      • Travel

                      Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                      This is a great tripod for travel and backpacking. I would not spend a lot of $ on a carbon fiber tripod when you can get this one for just a fraction of the cost. Although there are many tripods in the [$] range, this comes in at the top. Slik is a respected japanese company that makes outstanding support systems. My last inexpensive Silk tripod lasted more than 30 years, of which I gave overseas to a impoverished youth photographer. This Sprint Pro II tripod is as qood quality or better. Very light, yet very sturdy. Only some plastic, but the main mechanisms are all aluminum. Great Tripod, Great Value.

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                      • No

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                      5.0

                      Small Packs a punch

                      By Joe

                      from New Hyde Park

                      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Attaches Firmly
                      • Good Stability
                      • Strong Clamp

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Home
                        • Landscape/Scenery
                        • Night Shots
                        • Portraits

                        Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                        i am a photographer that is always walking around at night trying to get some awesome long exposure shots and is always on the move. this tripod is small and light weight and comes with a bag. It gets just about every angel i need from very low to the ground to as high as it goes. i love this tripod and have had no problems with it yet

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                        4.0

                        Serves the purpose

                        By DP

                        from Casa Grande, AZ

                        About Me Casual Photographer

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                            • Travel

                            Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                            Not having a budget for the pricier tripods to take hiking I bought this one after reading the reviews. I am a casual hiker as well as just starting my exploration of nature photography. I wanted a small stable light tripod to take with me on hikes. I have a Nikon D5100 with the 18-200VR lens.

                            The tripod seems fairly stable with this combination. In trying it out in the house, I would stay away from extending the lowest extension of the legs. So far I have only taken it out on two excursions and it served the purpose and functioned well.

                            I do like the flexibility of being able to expand the legs out to get closer to the ground.

                            The center column does not have a hook to hang weight on to help with stability and I am seriously considering adding one myself, an easy addition.

                            Overall I am happy with the purchase and look forward to exploring HDR, long shutter times and other options this will allow.

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                            • No

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                            4.0

                            Slik Sprint Tripod

                            By KNK

                            from Vancouver, BC

                            About Me Photo Enthusiast

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Attaches Firmly
                            • Good Stability
                            • Large Range of Motion

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                                Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                                A great tripod - everything I wanted in a light weight and portable tripod. Only complaint is that the bubble level is not visible when the camera is attached to the camera. Great purchase and recommended.

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                                • Yes

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                                5.0

                                Sprint Pro II Great Travel Tripod

                                By tanker

                                from Lakeville, MN

                                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                                Verified Buyer

                                Pros

                                • Bag Included
                                • Large Range of Motion
                                • Value

                                Cons

                                  Best Uses

                                  • Home
                                  • Landscape/Scenery
                                  • Travel

                                  Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Black):

                                  Great value in a travel tripod. Light weight and the 3 way head is all metal and adjustments are smooth. The included zip bag does the job. I ordered and extra quick release which is expensive considering you pay about 1/6th what the who tripod costs, but it is worth getting just in case in a year they change the design and and you loose the only one you have. This is a great addition to my outfit so I can travel light and leave my studio tripod/head combo at home.

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                                  • No

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                                  5.0

                                  Great Flexible Lightweight Tripod

                                  By Alterno

                                  from Indianapolis, IN

                                  About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                                  Verified Buyer

                                  Pros

                                  • Attaches Firmly
                                  • Good Stability

                                  Cons

                                    Best Uses

                                      Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                                      Great stability, portability, and flexibility. No complain. Great to add a free carry bag, but I never used it anyway. It's always out of the bag. This is not a video tripod so don't use it for that purpose as it will not be as stable even if a fluid head is used.

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                                      5.0

                                      Good Stuff

                                      By arsen0

                                      from montreal, qc, canada

                                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

                                      Verified Buyer

                                      Pros

                                      • Compact
                                      • Durable
                                      • Easy to Use
                                      • Lightweight

                                      Cons

                                        Best Uses

                                        • Family Photos
                                        • Landscape/Scenery
                                        • Travel

                                        Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                                        It's well built, compact and flexible.
                                        Would defenitely recommend.

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                                        1.0

                                        broke after 3 times of usage

                                        By junototoro

                                        from Sydney, Australia

                                        About Me Casual Photographer

                                        Verified Reviewer

                                        Pros

                                        • Compact
                                        • Easy to Use
                                        • Lightweight

                                        Cons

                                        • NOT durable

                                        Best Uses

                                          Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                                          I thought I really liked it, until the padding on one of the legs was gone missing only after using it for about 3 times! And it cost me $[$] in Australia!!! Very disappointed. I'm getting a Manfrotto from B&H instead and hopefully that treats me better.

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                                          5.0

                                          Great travel tripod

                                          By Ace

                                          from Harrisburg, PA

                                          About Me Photo Enthusiast

                                          Verified Buyer

                                          Pros

                                          • Compact
                                          • Durable
                                          • Easy to Use
                                          • Lightweight

                                          Cons

                                            Best Uses

                                            • Landscape/Scenery
                                            • Travel

                                            Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                                            I just used this tripod to photograph a waterfall. The 6 mile hike down the mountain and back up was no problem with this tripod. It's light and fits inside my backpack and yet just heavy enough for my digital Rebel DSLR.

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                                            4.0

                                            I'm liking it!

                                            By BUM

                                            from Waterloo, IA

                                            About Me Casual Photographer

                                            Verified Buyer

                                            Pros

                                            • Compact
                                            • Durable
                                            • Easy to Use
                                            • Lightweight

                                            Cons

                                              Best Uses

                                              • Landscape/Scenery
                                              • Video

                                              Comments about Sprint Pro II 4-Section Tripod w/ 3-Way Panhead (Gunmetal):

                                              Took this tripod on a safari in Tanzania. Back of safari vehicle is where it was set up. Very sturdy and got some great shots using it. Glad I purchased it.

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