Oben TT-200 Tabletop Tripod

BH #OBTT200 • MFR #TT-200
Oben
Oben TT-200 Tabletop Tripod
Key Features
  • Load Capacity: 6 lb
  • Max Height: 14.5"
  • Min Height: 9.5"
  • Folded Length: 10"
The Oben TT-200 Tabletop Tripod provides a sturdy base of support for shooting from a tabletop or other raised surface – or set the TT-200 on the ground or floor to achieve stable low-angle shots. Constructed of aluminum for lightweight strength, the TT-200 could be ideal for macro or product photography with most DSLR cameras. With the included mini ball head, load capacity of the system is 6 lb.
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Oben TT-200 Overview

The Oben TT-200 Tabletop Tripod provides a sturdy base of support for shooting from a tabletop or other raised surface – or set the TT-200 on the ground or floor to achieve stable low-angle shots. Constructed of aluminum for lightweight strength, the TT-200 could be ideal for macro or product photography with most DSLR cameras. With the included mini ball head, load capacity of the system is 6 lb.

Turning the twist lock enables you to raise the extension column of the TT-200. The height range of the tripod is 9.5 to 14.5". For storage or for tossing it in a backpack, the extension column retracts into the main center column, which in turn retracts through the chassis. With the legs folded, the retracted TT-200 measures a compact 10" long.

The tripod's mini ball head mounts most cameras, including point & shoot models, to its 1/4"-20 screw. A single lever loosens the ball so that you can smoothly adjust the tilt and pan. The ball pans 360° and a groove allows the head to tilt 90° in one direction for portrait orientation.

Features removable ball head
Includes hand strap for easy transport
UPC: 847628014947

Oben TT-200 Specs

Camera Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male
General
Load Capacity6 lb / 2.7 kg
Maximum Working Height14.5" / 36.8 cm
Minimum Working Height9.5" / 24.1 cm
DimensionsH: 10.0" / H: 25.5 cm (Folded)
Weight10.5 oz / 300 g
Legs
Leg Sections1
Center Column
Center Column Sections2
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.88 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.6 x 2.4 x 2.4"
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Can the TT-200 be converted to the TT-100 ball head configuration?
Asked by: Spencer
Yes, it can convert down to the TT-100 configuration.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2019-11-12

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Can I shoot straight down with this tripod without tipping forward?Thanks, Chuck
Asked by: Charles
Yes subject to camera, This is fine with Sony A6000 16-70 lens. A bit of weight on the back leg and you could go to a heavier lens or sightly bigger camera, but not DSLR.
Answered by: Don M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can I shoot straight down with this tripod? Thanks, Chuck
Asked by: Charles
Yes I have used it for this purpose
Answered by: ROBIN N.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Looking for tripod to take on my kayak and to do macro -I have mono pod w Oben quick release plate -can I use it on this as well ?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hi, Pretty courageous move to take your camera on a kayak, hats off to you. I purchased the Oben TT-200 to use with a Leica D LUX 6, the ballhead provided with the TT 200 mounts to any camera body that supports the 1/4 screw mount. Your Oben quick release plate will not adapt to the TT 200 ballhead. However, you can remove your monopods bullhead and mount it to the TT 200 pole. Thats the way youll be able to use your quick release feature and plate. Happy Kayaking Thumbs upKind Regards Srecko
Answered by: Srecko S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can this unit handle a Nikon D 90, or 7000 without tripping or falling over?
Asked by: Harvey
Can? Yes. Will it for SURE? No. Wind happens. Crowds happen. Given a secure DEAD FLAT surface that is away from jostling - ok.
Answered by: Roy N.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can the column be unscrewed from the base?
Asked by: Brian
Yes to both questions Brian. The center shaft is about 88 mm long with ball attachment and bottom o-ring cushioned stopper removed by easily unscrewing one or both. A very good utility travel tripod for a full size SLR.
Answered by: Ken H.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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what is the length of a single leg from the base?
Asked by: Alex C.
Hi! It is 12 cm
Answered by: alexandre p.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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