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Cullmann Magnesit Copter Mini Tripod with CB-2.7 Mini Ball Head

BH #CU50081 • MFR #CU 50081
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Cullmann Magnesit Copter Mini Tripod with CB-2.7 Mini Ball Head
Key Features
  • Tabletop Tripod or Handheld Support
  • Mini Ball Head with Single Knob
  • Shoe Mount & 1/4"-20 Camera Screw
  • Anodized Aircraft-Grade Aluminum
The Cullmann Magnesit Copter Mini Tripod with CB-2.7 Mini Ball Head doubles as a tabletop tripod and as a handheld support for a DSLR, point & shoot, or compact camcorder. The legs are rounded on their outer side, so the closed tripod provides a comfortable hand grip. When folded open, the tripod & head sit 6.5" high on a table or other flat surface.
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Cullmann CU 50081 Overview

The Cullmann Magnesit Copter Mini Tripod with CB-2.7 Mini Ball Head doubles as a tabletop tripod and as a handheld support for a DSLR, point & shoot, or compact camcorder. The legs are rounded on their outer side, so the closed tripod provides a comfortable hand grip. When folded open, the tripod & head sit 6.5" high on a table or other flat surface.

Composed of aircraft-grade aluminum and anodized a matte black, the Copter supports up to 2.5 lb and weighs only 0.6 lb.

The included CB-2.7 Mini Ball Head features a reversible mount: on one side is a standard 1/4"-20 camera screw, and on the other is a shoe mount for mounting an off-camera flash, LED panel, or other compatible accessory. The single knob of the head enables both the ball positioning and the pan movement.

Rubberized tightening knob on CB-2.7 Mini Ball Head
Large rubber feet prevent slippage

Cullmann CU 50081 Specs

Camera Mounting Screw
1/4"-20 Male
General
Load Capacity
2.5 lb / 1.1 kg
Maximum Working Height
6.5" / 16.5 cm
Minimum Working Height
3.8" / 9.5 cm
Legs
Leg Sections
1
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
10 x 4.6 x 2"

Cullmann CU 50081 Reviews

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question

Does this have the cb 2.7 ballhead? It's listed as CB-2. Trying to figure out what's the difference?
Asked by: Adam M.
Yes, it is the same. Note however that the legs are rated up to 5kg but the head is only rated up to 1kg, so if you have more than a compact camera or small mirrorless setup you probably want to replace the beall head with something a little more substantial.
Answered by: S. G.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

I have a Nikon D750 along with the following lenses - Nikon 24-120mm F4, Nikon 70-300mm F4.5/5.6, Nikon 85mm F1.8G, Nikon 50mm 1.8G, and a Nikon 20mm F1.8. I'm sure they'll be no issues with the primes. Any issues using this tripod with either of the zoom lenses? I've also been considering the Slik Mini Pro DQ.
Asked by: Michael
i have used the 70-300 without issue but with a slightly lighter body. i hope this helps.
Answered by: Eric R. Ewa-Marine Expert
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

does it fits for canon SX60 ?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. The SX60 has a standard tripod socket on the bottom.
Answered by: Craig M.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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