3 Legged Thing Corey Aluminum Travel Tripod with AirHed Neo Ball Head (Blue and Orange)

3 Legged Thing Corey Aluminum Travel Tripod with AirHed Neo Ball Head (Blue and Orange)

3 Legged Thing Corey Aluminum Travel Tripod with AirHed Neo Ball Head (Blue and Orange)

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Product Highlights

  • Load Capacity: 30 lb
  • Maximum Height: 58"
  • Minimum Height: 4"
  • Folded Length: 13.7"
  • Leg Sections: 5
  • Weight: 3.4 lb
  • Rubber-Coated Twist Locks
  • Detachable Leg Converts into Monopod
  • Reversible Folding Legs
  • Arca-Type Compatible Quick Release
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Color: Blue and Orange

3 Legged Thing Corey Aluminum Travel Tripod with AirHed Neo Ball Head (Black) 3 Legged Thing Corey Aluminum Travel Tripod with AirHed Neo Ball Head (Blue and Orange)
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In a blue and orange color scheme, the Corey Aluminum Travel Tripod with AirHed Neo Ball Head from 3 Legged Thing is a five-section aluminum tripod which extends to a maximum height of 58" and drops as low as 4". At the 23° angle leg spread, which is considered a normal stance, the tripod can support a maximum of 30 lb, however, when the legs are set at the 55° and 80° stances they may support less weight. The implementation of rubber-coated twist locks is also a welcome addition, improving grip and protecting user's hands from a hot or cold aluminum surface.

The 2-section rapid center column can be used upright or inverted, enabling the user to raise the tripod to any height, while using either section of the center column to make small adjustments. Inverting the legs 180° allows the user to fold the tripod down to just 13.7" for travel or storage.

The included Neo ball head is an ultra compact, single lock head which features one knob for control of both the pan and ball. A separate knob controls the lock for the Arca-type compatible clamp which includes a basic Arca-style plate with 1/4"-20 mounting thread.

As is common with 3 Legged Thing tripods, the Corey features a detachable leg with standard 3/8"-16 threads at both ends. The Tri-mount center column plate and threaded bolt can be unscrewed and removed from the top of the center column, then screwed directly onto the leg. The detachable leg can be used as a monopod, microphone boom, or selfie stick depending on the needs of the user.

3 Position Leg-Angle Stops
The legs spread to three angles of 23°, 55°, and 80°
Reversible Folding Legs
Fold legs 180° in reverse for compactness and storage
Arca-Type Ball Head
Ball head utilizes an Arca-type clamp and includes an Arca-type compatible quick release plate
In the Box
3 Legged Thing Corey Aluminum Travel Tripod with AirHed Neo Ball Head (Blue and Orange)
  • AirHed Neo Ball Head
  • QR3P Arca-Type QR Plate
  • Tool Set
  • D-Ring
  • Carabiner
  • Bottle Opener
  • Carrying Case
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Tripod Head
    Head Type Ball Head
    Camera Mounting Screw 1/4"-20 Male
    Quick Release Plate Type Arca-Type
    Number of Bubble Level(s) Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Ball Sphere Diameter 1.4" / 36 mm
    General
    Load Capacity 30 lb / 14 kg
    Maximum Working Height 59" / 149.86 cm
    Max Height without Center Column 46.3" / 118 cm
    Minimum Working Height 7.3" / 18.54 cm
    Folded Length 13.7" / 35 cm
    Materials Aluminum Alloy
    Weight 3.4 lb / 1.5 kg
    Legs
    Leg Lock Type Twist Lock
    Leg Positions 3 Positions
    Leg Sections 5
    Center Column
    Center Column Sections 2
    Center Column Extension Type Rapid
    Lateral / 90-Degree Center Column No
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.6 x 4.7 x 4.3"
    Corey Aluminum Travel Tripod with AirHed Neo Ball Head (Blue and Orange) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 10.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great budget travel tripod Haven't taken my Corey on a big trip yet (I purchased it in anticipation of a photo safari to Sri Lanka next month), but I've given it a few test runs and I'm very happy with the purchase. It's very well constructed; I have utmost confidence it will survive the bumps and bangs of field use. All of the operations are very intuitive which is great for travel use -- you don't want to lose shots because you're fiddling around trying to figure out how to make your tripod do XXX while you're in the field. My only criticism is that the max. height is just a touch on the low side for me (I'm 6'1). But every inch of height means more bulk and weight so the height is acceptable for me in a travel tripod. Great value!
    Date published: 2016-12-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tripod was quite satisfactory The tripod was a gift from my wife so we could travel lighter when traveling. I was concerned the lightweight tripod would not handle my Canon 5D Mark II with a 24-70 mm lens, but every image I took, even extended, was sharp. No camera movement. I did not try it with the 70-200, but the smaller lens was handled quite nicely.
    Date published: 2017-08-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A little tank! Corey travel tripod is a well engineered and tightly constructed tripod. I recently took it with me on a trip to Ireland, and it performed exceptionally well in terms of sturdiness. Components are solid and secure. My former travel tripod was a Sirui T-005X - which I liked until it started to fall part after 14 months (multiple joint failures). By comparison, the Corey tripod has a larger volumetric footprint in my bag, and is a little heavier. But it is far sturdier, and is holding up as new after 2 trips including trips into the wild, and 10 days in Ireland. Corey tripod comes with a nice travel bag and mini tool for adjustments. My only criticism is the heavier weight compared with other travel tripods, but I am willing to sacrifice ultimate light weight for a stable and easy to use tripod that folds up small lengthwise. No regrets.
    Date published: 2017-10-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from 3LT Corey - your new traveling companion First, there is something obvious that I need to state - this is a travel tripod, not a rock steady Gitzo or RRS. I guess that I needed to say that because most of us probably have one of those and will compare this 3LT to that, even if the comparison is irrational.� Okay, so having said that this is a very stable tripod with great flexibility, and it is small and light enough to be a true travel tripod. My first extended use of the tripod was a Christmas trip to Spain where I gave it a workout. I can say that I was not disappointed in the steadiness and overall ease of use of this tripod. The heaviest rig I used on it during this trip was a Nikon D-500 and 70-200 lens. It locked down easily and firmly. I never thought it felt unstable even while taking pictures on a bridge with auto traffic.� Prior to the trip I used my D-500 with my 300-600 zoom and it felt almost equally as stable (consider that this lens is pretty heavy). Lack of stability is what I feared most with a lighter weight tripod.� Initially I was a bit concerned by this being aluminum not carbon fiber, but the total weight including head was the same as my Gitzo GT 2531 without the head. It seems much lighter in actual carry and use. Now some operational pros and cons: Pros:� -it really is barely over 12 inches so it packs into a carryon bag or backpack with ease. The latter is most important so as not to standout as a photographer with the thing hanging off your bag and to protect it while roaming around cities. -the girth when folded is very manageable. I really like that the ball head incorporates into the folded tripod. -stability, �less so with all the legs fully extended (the tubing gets a bit thin and will flex) so be certain to fully set each leg to the stop and make certain it's set well on the surface and you won't have any problem. I didn't need to use the hook to band my bag for greater stability but it wasn't very windy -the ball head is very good, easy to use and adjust even with gloves, and it was rock solid� -great price point for the quality of the tripod -setting the legs into position from the folded position is easy as each one just clicks into place as you move it into the desired position. For comparison my Gitzo requires me to pull the stop out and set the position then push the stop in. For a travel tripod this is a much better arangement. Good job 3LT -the multiple bubble levels are a real help in the field. -the tripod comes with great "stuff" including the tool and cloth bag to protect the ball head. Some have complained about the tripod bag, but it didn't tear or seem weak to me. I like it. Cons: -there are 5 leg segments with 4 adjustments per leg required to get full leg extension, then 2 adjustments of the center column to get max height. All adjustments are easy and sure, but this takes time. It isn't a quick setup to capture that spontaneous picture; nor is it a quick break down when you are finished. -I'm 5ft 10 in and the max height is good, but still requires a bit of stooping to work thru the viewfinder. I found myself using the D-500's screen tilt and live view more than I'd have liked. -when folding the tripod back to packed position, in order to get the best fit of the legs around the ball head requires some fine tuning of the ball head, knobs, plate to truly get it to all fold back snuggly with minimal girth. Again, this takes time and may not be necessary each time you fold it, but I found that the best alignment when folded is also the most protective of the head. -okay, you've just got to like this color. The tripod and head combo is certainly not boring and will get you a few looks.
    Date published: 2017-12-29
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does what it's supposed to do, but nothing more. For the function of a traditional tripod, this product thoroughly does its job of being 3 sturdy sticks in the ground to keep a camera sturdy. However, many extra functions feel very cheap. Upon unboxing mine, one of the bubble levels had completely fallen out of place and was loose in the packaging.
    Date published: 2017-01-21
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from not worth it I bought this tripod. Right out of the box, one of the legs got jammed and stopped working. I managed to open the leg finally and a torn piece of plastic fell out. After that, I couldn't keep the leg in the tripod at all. It kept falling out. The ball head was terrible. It never got tight, and was not smooth at all. I sent it back and would never recommend it again.
    Date published: 2017-09-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Handy dandy tripod! Great little location/travel tripod, very well made, sturdy and durable! Only gave it four stars because it takes a while to set up... Love that it comes with a carrying case and ball head, needless to say the price was 5 stars!
    Date published: 2017-01-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent travel tripod Very compact and beautifully designed. Solid tripod.
    Date published: 2017-02-15
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