Slik Sprint 150 Aluminum Tripod with SBH-150DQ Ball Head

Slik Sprint 150 Aluminum Tripod with SBH-150DQ Ball Head

Slik Sprint 150 Aluminum Tripod with SBH-150DQ Ball Head

B&H # SLSPRINT150 MFR # 611-875
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Product Highlights

  • Load Capacity: 4.5 lb
  • Max Height: 64"
  • Min Height: 7.4"
  • Folded Length: 19.9"
  • Leg Sections: 4
  • Weight: 2.3 lb
  • Single-Lock Ball Head
  • Bubble Level
  • Split Center Column
  • Carrying Case Included
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The Sprint 150 Aluminum Tripod with SBH-150DQ Ball Head from Slik is a compact camera support that can hold up to 4.5 lb and weighs just 2.3 lb. It extends from a minimum height of 7.4" to a maximum height of 64", and folds down to 19.9" for storage and transport.

The tripod's four-section legs are individually adjustable and are secured by easy-to-use flip locks. Each leg has a foam grip for added comfort, and rubber feet for securely resting on adverse surfaces both in the studio and the field. A split center column allows the tripod to reach its minimum height of 7.4" with the legs spread to their widest position.

The ball head features a single lock design which controls the movement of the ball and the 360° pan simultaneously. The head features a 3/8"-16 female threaded mount on the bottom, with a 1/4"-20 bushing adapter to fit the tripod's base plate. The ball head utilizes a quick release plate with a 1/4"-20 male threaded screw for attaching it to your camera and includes a carrying case to protect your tripod during travel.

UPC: 049368703925
In the Box
Slik Sprint 150 Aluminum Tripod with SBH-150DQ Ball Head
  • Quick Release Plate
  • 3/8"-16 to 1/4"-20 Bushing Reducer
  • Carrying Case
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    Slik 611-875 specs

    Tripod Head
    Head Type Ball Head
    Load Capacity 4.5 lb / 2 kg
    Maximum Working Height 64.0" / 162.5 cm
    Minimum Working Height 7.4" / 18.8 cm
    Folded Length 19.9" / 50.5 cm
    Materials Aluminum Alloy
    Weight 2.3 lb / 1.0 kg
    Leg Lock Type Flip Lock
    Independent Leg Spread Yes
    Leg Sections 4
    Center Column
    Center Column Sections 1
    Center Column Extension Type Rapid
    Lateral / 90-Degree Center Column No
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.6 x 4.0 x 3.4"

    Slik 611-875 reviews

    Sprint 150 Aluminum Tripod with SBH-150DQ Ball Head is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 53.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Lightweight Tripod Let me premise this review by telling you that I am a 61 year old photographer with COPD. That being said I am unable to hike up mountains with 30 pounds of gear on my back. My favorite tripod is the Silk 700DX. It is sturdy enough and solid enough to leave worries about stability far behind. Unfortunately since it weighs 9 pounds it gets left far behind too. Do not mistake that the Sprint 150 is as stable as that. It is not. You can make the legs flex by putting pressure on them. I replaced the head with a different ball head. I just don't favor single controlled ball heads. It also added an inch of height which makes a big deal for me. I am 5' 10 and with my Panasonic FZ200 the view screen is perfectly at my eye level without extending the center column. Another thing to consider from my review is that my primary camera support is a Silk EZ POD. The only thing that the Sprint 150 wild be used for night shots and long exposure work with a separate shutter release. I have a specific tripod for macro and ground level work. When I go into the forest or to the zoo my EZ POD gets the nod. Another thing to consider is the total weight of your photo gear. Mine is right at 2 pounds. This tripod is fine for me with that weight. If you are concerned that your favorite replacement head and your camera and accessories will over tax this tripod then you should probably consider the 500DX or 700DX and deal with the extra weight. And to finish this review, kudos to B&H for the usual great service. I hope tar this review helps. I will do my best to answer questions that you may have. The only stupid questions are those which aren't asked.
    Date published: 2016-04-05
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Somewhat disappointed based on the original price Bought this for my wife and although it is light weight and easy for her to carry, the ball head is not very stable when shooting vertical shots even with just a 50mm lens on it.
    Date published: 2015-06-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I expected Was looking for a lightweight tripod with some weight capacity. I tried it with a Nikon D5200 with a 55-300mm lens attached. No problem except in portrait mode where it is necessary to make sure the ballhead is firmly tightened to prevent sagging. This is a versatile product, perfect for hiking and travel. The drawstring carry bag has a strap that goes on the shoulder but would not be very suitable for wearing across the chest. The strap length is not adjustable. Overall, this tripod seems like a great value.
    Date published: 2016-09-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tripod for a small price I was looking for an affordable tripod I could use on my journeys. I mainly walk by feet and need a light tripod. The Sprint 150 was a very good choice. Inside the bag it is not too bulky, and unfolded it provides me with a very good solution on every ground. I have shot several great pictures of New York. The photo position is easily adjustable and the two spirit levels definitively help. Altough it is a little bit too light if the wind is blowing heavily, but this does not come at a surprise, I wanted a light tripod. So be careful.
    Date published: 2015-12-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good balance of weight, stability, & cost for small cameras A great little tripod for the price, well suited for smaller cameras such as mirrorless cameras (used with an Olympus E-PL5). Leg locks open and close easily, while the lock to allow spreading the legs wider is a little more difficult, but still easily done while wearing gloves. With the lower section of the center post unscrewed, it gets down low enough to ground-level to satisfy most uses. The smallest section looks quite spindly, and can be left retracted for greater stability and a lower, but still quite useable height. The ballhead is sufficient for the E-PL5, although not as easy to get to a point where it can adjust but hold position as with a larger ball. Once locked, it is rigid enough. My least liked feature is the quick-release plate, which appears to be a dedicated pattern. I added a small Arca-style clamp onto it to allow using standard dovetailed quick-release plates, at the expense of a little extra weight. The collapsed tripod is not the smallest or lightest, but is a very reasonable balance between size/weight, stability, and cost for users of smaller cameras.
    Date published: 2016-12-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good tripod for scouting Picked up this tripod for my first deer scouting trip. Was about to pay $140 for a Vortex tripod, but figured I'd try this out since it cost half as much. I spend a crazy amount of time researching online before buying items over 20 bucks or so. This tripod was the only one that cost less than my house and was 60+ while weighing less than 2.5 lbs. The height will allow me to fully stand and glass (have a back thing that makes sitting painful) while the weight is light enough to throw in a backpack. It did function as well as I hoped, and allowed me to spot two deer at 370 yards. The ONLY thing I wish this had was a handle on the head so you dont have to grab the binos/scope to adjust your view. GET THIS ONE!
    Date published: 2016-07-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does the job! This is lightweight to carry. I use it for my Zoom H4N recorder. At this time, I doen't have anything to say negatively for what I am using it for.
    Date published: 2015-06-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good tripod for travelling I bought this because it was a Slik. The Slick I bought in 1974 works as good as it did the day I bought it. I expect the same reliability from this one. I was looking for a lighter tripod when I was in the field. I like a tripod that is tall enough for me to see easily through the camera viewfinder. This tripod is lightweight and stands tall enough to meet my needs. It also folds down to a size that easily straps to my backpack camera bag. It would also fit easily into my luggage when I travel. The down side is it is a light weight tripod. It is not quite as solid as my other Slik. I would not buy this as my prime tripod, but it is a good travel tripod. I am used to a pan/tilt head and using the ball head took a little practice.
    Date published: 2015-05-19
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