Kirk Mini Table Top Tripod

Kirk Mini Table Top Tripod

Kirk Mini Table Top Tripod

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Product Highlights

  • 4.44" Height
  • 100 lb Load Capacity
  • 1/4"-20 Mounting Stud
  • Perfect for Small Ball Head or QR Clamp
  • All Aluminum & Stainless Steel
  • Captive Knob
  • Unfolds Quickly
  • Lightweight at Only 9 oz
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The Kirk Mini Table Top Tripod is an extremely sturdy miniature tripod that's composed strictly of aluminum and stainless steel. For tabletop photography or for low-angle shooting, the Mini Table Top Tripod presents itself as a lightweight, low-profile, and rock-solid way to support a camera. A mini ball head or a quick-release clamp is a perfect companion to this tripod, with its standard 1/4"-20 mounting stud on top.

The 4.44"-high Mini Table Top Tripod is specified to support an extremely hefty 100 lb. Rubber feet keep the tripod from slipping on its support surface. A staggered design for the legs allows them to be rotated into a flush, closed position. This makes the Mini Table Top Tripod more compact for transport or storage.

Perfect for small ball head or quick-release clamp
Great stability
Rubber feet
Captive knob at the bottom
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Kirk Mini Table Top Tripod
  • 5 Year Limited Warranty
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    Kirk TT-1 specs

    Load Capacity 100 lb / 45 kg
    Maximum Working Height 4.4" / 11.3 cm
    Minimum Working Height 4.4" / 11.3 cm
    Weight 9 oz / 255 g
    Mounting Screw 1/4"-20 Male
    Leg Sections 1
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.3 x 6.0 x 1.2"

    Kirk TT-1 reviews

    Mini Table Top Tripod is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Mini Tripod that Creates Photo Opportunities This is the best mini-tripod for me. I wanted something small yet extremely sturdy so that it could expand options, particularly when using a regular tripod is awkward - taking a close-up picture of food on a table. My only complaint is that I needed to purchase a reducer separately to use my tripod heads with it. Albeit they are inexpensive, yet, then why not include one with it? I have used it with my heavy Nikon 300mm f/2.8 AI lens as well as other large lenses. As long as one of the legs is parallel to the lens, it won't tip. I will be using this a lot with my macro lenses, especially my 200mm. It's a great tool to have in my tool chest.
    Date published: 2016-03-24
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Competitor to Leica Tabletop Tripod Mini Table Top Tripod by Kirk is basically the direct competitor to Leica Tabletop Tripod (B&H # LETT). It borrows several ideas from Leica: 1. Staggered leg arrangement that allows all legs to fold one next to another. 2. Virtually same height. 3. Strong all-metal aluminum construction. 4. Simple nut and bolt based design that tightens everything together. Essentially a friction-based lockup. Since I also own Leica Tabletop Tripod and use both of them fairly regularly, I can safely say that this particular tripod gets less use in my case and fills a very particular niche due to the following few shortcomings that it has: 1. The top base is a separate piece from the top leg (unlike on Leica, where the top leg and base are a single solid cast piece). This means that when you loosen the bottom screw - everything is loose and everything rotates freely, including the camera or ballhead that you have attached to top base. This makes adjustments to leg positions quite a bit more difficult. 2. The bottom nut protrudes too far down, making this tripod less useful as a chest brace and therefore limiting its use to surfaces for the most part. 3. The bottom nut is also more difficult to fully tighten, the winged nut design on Leica is far easier in that regard. This particular task gets especially difficult if your hands are wet or if you're wearing gloves. 4. The curve-down shape of the bottom portion of the legs makes this design a little less suitable for use on uneven surfaces, where you're trying to set the tripod where the legs can't achieve a full vertical top-bottom contact. The straight-line design of Leica Tabletop Tripod legs is again better for this type of use. What this tabletop tripod by Kirk is definitely excellent for is conditions where you need to use some equipment mounted on top of it that benefits from longer mounting stud that Kirk has. The mounting stud on Leica tabletop tripod is shorter by a about full and a half turns of threaded section.
    Date published: 2014-05-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get a load of this! Got a fully loaded Fs7 swiveling on this!
    Date published: 2016-08-08
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