Vidpro TT-12 Heavy-Duty Tabletop Tripod with 3-Way Pan Head

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Vidpro TT-12 Heavy-Duty Tabletop Tripod with 3-Way Pan Head
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 10 lb
  • Maximum Height: 12"
  • Minimum Height: 7"
  • Folded Length: 8"
The TT-12 Heavy-Duty Tabletop Tripod with 3-Way Pan Head from Vidpro is a 15 oz support that has a load capacity of 10 lb, so it can hold large DSLRs or video cameras.
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Vidpro TT-12 Overview

The TT-12 Heavy-Duty Tabletop Tripod with 3-Way Pan Head from Vidpro is a 15 oz support that has a load capacity of 10 lb, so it can hold large DSLRs or video cameras.

The 3-way pan head has a separate pan-handle, which unlocks with a quarter turn and allows you to tilt the head back-and-forth. You can pan a full 360° by unlocking the separate pan lock, and flip a camera 90° vertically via the heads top locking knob.

The twist locks on the aluminum legs enable the 3-sections to extended along with the center-column to maximum height of 12". The tripod collapses down to 8", and splaying the legs out it can have a minimum height of 7".

UPC: 026127320203

Vidpro TT-12 Specs

Camera Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male
General
Load Capacity10 lb / 4.5 kg
Maximum Working Height12" / 30.5 cm
Minimum Working Height7" / 17.8 cm
DimensionsH: 8.0" / H: 20.3 cm (Folded)
Weight15 oz / 425 g
Legs
Leg Lock TypeTwist Lock
Leg Sections3
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9 x 3 x 3"
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Can this hold a 5D IV with a canon 100 mm macro lens?
Asked by: Nora
I wouldn't say that it can't be used for a 5D with Macro Lens... It's all about balance and counterweight. The tripod and head can hold the weight with no problem, but if the camera/lens is tilted down, for example, and is off center, it may tip the tripod over because it's so lightweight. A simple solution is to have a counterweight handy - a small shot-bag or clamp-on weight would do the trick.
Answered by: Dicran
Date published: 2019-09-26
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