Manfrotto PIXI EVO Mini Tripod (Red)

Manfrotto PIXI EVO Mini Tripod (Red)

Manfrotto PIXI EVO Mini Tripod (Red)

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Product Highlights

  • Load Capacity: 5.5 lb
  • Max Height: 7.7"
  • Min Height: 2.4"
  • Leg Sections: 2
  • Weight: 9.4 oz
  • Integrated Ball Head
  • Two Leg Angles
  • 90° Notch
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Color: Red

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  • 1Description

The red PIXI EVO Mini Tripod from Manfrotto is a tabeltop tripod that can hold up to 5.5 lb while weighing only 9.4 oz. It has two leg sections that are adjustable in five steps, allowing it to extend from 2.4" up to 7.7" high. The legs can be set at two different angles via the sliding selector. Easily enabling you to place your camera in portrait orientation, a 90° notch is built into the integrated ball head.

UPC: 719821387688
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Manfrotto PIXI EVO Mini Tripod (Red)
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty Extendable to 5 Years with Registration
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    Manfrotto MTPIXIEVO-RD specs

    Tripod Head
    Camera Mounting Screw 1/4"-20 Male
    General
    Load Capacity 5.5 lb / 2.5 kg
    Maximum Working Height 7.7" / 19.5 cm
    Minimum Working Height 2.4" / 6.0 cm
    Weight 9.4 oz / 267 g
    Legs
    Leg Sections 2
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.0 x 6.5 x 2.0"

    Manfrotto MTPIXIEVO-RD reviews

    PIXI EVO Mini Tripod (Red) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 53.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from The basic Pixi is better I have botht he original Pixi and this one. On paper, this one is superior: extendable legs, low-profile setting, higher load capacity, improved screw mount platform. Unfortunately, the lever mechanism that allows stting the legs at two different angles reduces the stability of the tripod - it flexes much more than the original Pixi. The screw-type tension knob on the ball-head, while allowing higher loads, is significantly less convenient than the push-type spring-driven one on the basic Pixi. on the plus side the extendable legs work, and are quite sturdy, but as a total package the Pixi Evo is not as good as the original Pixi, despite costing twice as much.
    Date published: 2015-10-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice little travel tripod This is a little tripod that can hide in your bag when you don't really want or can't travel with a full size tripod. I use it with a D800 and usually a 24-70 and it will hold the camera but you will need to use a remote release and mirror up for the sharpest image capture. The little guy is a little springy so you have to let it stabilize before shooting. With the D800, you could not press the shutter by hand unless you used the timer.
    Date published: 2016-03-23
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality The Head wheel will come apart. Note : ( The Stud will come out loose and the Red wheel will come apart) When the Center stud come out the red wheel will come loose. Big Problem.
    Date published: 2016-06-20
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Very Rigid This tripod lacks the rigidity necessary to be an effective camera support for anything beyond a point n shoot or small micro 4/3 camera. There is way too much flex in the legs, even when not extended at all. The ball head is decent; it will hold the weight as advertised, and the recessed thumbwheel is a good design feature. But the leg system lacks so much mechanical rigidity, they act like a mini-trampoline and flex significantly when weight is applied to the ball head. The problem only increases when the legs are extended out. I was hoping to be able to use it for low height macro photography, but the limitations of this tripod preclude its use for any DSLR applications. Too bad; this is a clever and attractive design, but fails where it counts...
    Date published: 2016-02-08
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice size, but lacks rigidity. This tripod is a very compact tabletop tripod with extendable legs and a ball head. I like the size and extendable legs; however, it is not as rigid as my Star D, Model 306 tabletop tripod. Consequently, I could not use the tripod when it was placed vertically against a wall. It was fine when placed on a flat surface provided I used a remote release to minimize contact with the tripod.
    Date published: 2016-04-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from nice little tripod size is compact, well built. easy to lock and find best position. down side is it can't take too much load, it's said to be able to hold up to 5.5lb, but the manual recommends not to over 750g, which is about 1.6lb. I have a canon 6d with Sigma 20mm f1.4 (990g the lens is), the tripod is struggling to have its work done. be careful when you want to buy it for a heavy cams
    Date published: 2016-11-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is exactly as advertised. Small, light, solid. This is exactly as advertised. It is small, light and holds my small/medium sized SLR solidly. I have an Olympus EM5. My biggest lens is a 40-150mm f2.8, about as big as it comes in this 4/3 camera and it holds the lens & camera nicely. I will use a remote release to ensure no shake on HDR and High Res photos, and probably on normal photos taken with this so I don't have to lay down on the ground. This is not the same a a bigger, more expensive full sized tripod, but it seems just right for travel, allowing me to do some things I couldn't otherwise do without carrying a full sized tripod.
    Date published: 2017-03-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great little tripod, not quite as good as the original. I had the original smaller brother of this tripod which feels beautifully made and sturdy. Unfortunately when I upgraded to a heavier DLSR the head couldn't quite support the weight, hence trading up to the Evo. It's a great little tripod and has a more secure ball-head that easily takes the weight of my 5D Mk2 and medium sized lenses. The legs on the Evo feel less sturdy than on the predecessor's - not like they might break, but just a step down in quality. Overall it does it exactly what I need it to, it just feels like a step-down in quality after the original.
    Date published: 2017-05-22
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