Sony Compact Remote Control Tripod

Sony Compact Remote Control Tripod

Sony Compact Remote Control Tripod

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Product Highlights

  • Maximum Height: 4.8'
  • Detachable Wired Remote
  • Hard Button Control of Select Cameras
  • Fluid Pan/Tilt Head
  • Built-in Leveler
  • Supports Almost 7.0 lb
  • Cranking Center Column
  • Multi Terminal Cable Included
  • Carry Case Included
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Sony VCT-VPR1 overview

  • 1Description

The Sony Compact Remote Control Tripod connects to a wide range of cameras via an included multi-terminal cable to provide convenient remote control functionality. Any video/still camera with a multi-terminal port is compatible.

The tripod rises to a height of 4.8' and boasts a cranking center column and quick release but that's just the beginning. The ergonomic handle of its fluid head is actually a detachable wired remote with hard button control power, grid lines, zooming and shutter depending on the camera in use. The flip-lock leg sections make setup a snap as does the VCT-VPR1's built-in leveler. The VCT-VPR1 supports cameras up to 6.6 lb and weighs just under 3.0 lb.

A multi-terminal cable and carry case are included.

Detachable Remote Control
Advanced remote control with shutter lock and release
Hard Button Control
Hard button control of power, grid lines, still photography and start/stop button for video
Zoom Lever
Built-in zoom lever for slow and controlled zooming effects
Fine Control of Shooting Angle
3-Way fluid pan/tilt head provides smooth camera movement
Easy Set Up
Built-in leveler for quick, easy set up
Adjustable Height
Height is adjustable via elevator function. The tripod can extend from 17.25 to 57.75"
Lightweight and Sturdy
The VCT-VPR1 weighs just under 3.0 lb and supports cameras up to 6.6 lb
Some Compatible Models
Any video/still camera with a multi-terminal port is compatible. Here are some:

Cyber-shot Digital Camera HX300
Cyber-shot Digital Camera HX50V
HDR-CX220/B Camcorder
HDR-CX230/B Flash Camcorder
HDR-CX290/B Flash Memory Camcorder
HDR-CX380/B Flash Memory Camcorder
HDR-PJ230/B Camcorder with Projector
HDR-PJ380/B Camcorder with Projector
HDR-PJ430V Camcorder with Projector
HDR-TD30V 3D Handycam Camcorder
Alpha NEX-3N with 16-50mm Lens
Sony α58 Camera and 18-55mm Lens
UPC: 027242860490
In the Box
Sony Compact Remote Control Tripod
  • Multi-Terminal Cable
  • Carry Case
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty
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    Sony VCT-VPR1 specs

    Connector Type of Included Cable Multi-terminal
    Maximum Height 57.75" (1.46 m)
    Minimum Height 17.25" (0.43 m)
    Load Capacity 6.62 lb (3.0 kg)
    Leg Stages/Sections 4
    Bubble Level Yes
    Independent Leg Spread No
    Quick Release/Wedge Plate Yes
    Leg Lock Type Flip-lock
    Center Column Type Crank, not removable
    Center Brace Yes
    Spiked/Retractable Feet No
    Head Fluid pan/tilt
    Pan Lock Yes
    Remote Control Yes, wired, detachable
    Hard button control: power, grid lines, still photography, video start/stop, and video zoom
    Weight 2.62 lb (1.2 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.6 x 5.4 x 5.1"

    Sony VCT-VPR1 reviews

    Compact Remote Control Tripod is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 44.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Remote but too light The remote works great, and despite other reviews, if you don't have a compatible (Sony) camera you just have to buy another adapter cable or 2. The head works well. My issue with it is that it is so light that panning requires two hands. One to pan the camera and the other to keep the tripod from tipping. Fortunately the remote pan arm can be removed and installed into a Magnus VPH-20. I still had my old heavy weight tripod, so I ordered a new head for it and now I have the best of both world. And get to have a light weight tripod for the DSLR, win win. None of the controls on the camera are in convenient spots for tripod use, so this saves the day.
    Date published: 2015-05-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great tripod - works as advertised Don't blame the tripod because you didn't do your homework or know how to use it. If your camera has a multi connector, it will work with it - I use it with my RX10, HX300 and my 2006 HDR-SR1 camcorder. Yes, it's lightweight, and yes you have to be mindful of how to use it, but I can carry it for hours unlike my heavy-duty tripod. Two hands needed for panning? I don't think so - try loosening the pan knob. It does exactly what a lightweight tripod should do, and the remote is awesome. And if it's just too petite for you, you can still use the remote with a bigger tripod.
    Date published: 2015-06-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better zoom control than I expected This is a basic tripod. It's sturdy enough for a little camera. I put my Sony a6300 on it. But what I really wanted it for was the zoom controller. I actually removed it and put it on a better tripod for my Sony a7s II. The zoom controller adds a variable zoom which works well on my Sony FE PZ 28-135mm lens. I first tried the other, little remote from Sony. But that one I returned when I realized it didn't offer a variable rocker. This zoom controller does. So now I get professionally looking zooms.
    Date published: 2016-09-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product, fantastic service. We are based in London England; I mention this now because nobody in Europe had any stock of this item, and my experience in the past has been that B&H usually have what we need, sell at a fair price, and deliver fast. We know this product well, as we have another that we use often; if you have a Sony with a 'multi' connector this is a super quality tripod for a modest price. Note if your camera has an old style 10-pin LANC socket you can still use it by adding a converter cable Sony pn VMC-AVM1.
    Date published: 2013-08-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Handycam Tripod It is perfect fit for FDR-AX100 and does not take much space in my luggage.
    Date published: 2014-04-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sony remote controller I bought this for the remote control not the tripod. As you would expect the tripod isn't very impressive at this price. It us usable for stills but not adequate for video with pan and tilt. The remote control is much more useful and allows you to select fast or slow zoom speed. The slow speed is pretty slow but allows a uniform speed when panning and tilting. The other remotes I've tried are supposedly variable speed but are very difficult to get a smooth zoom rate. Using with a7r3 and a6500 both 18-105 and 28-135 Sony power zooms.
    Date published: 2018-06-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from FANTASTIC PRODUCT This is a fantastic product, though the tripod itself is a bit lightweight. I bought this to use with my Sony AX100 4K/UHD camcorder, which I also bought from B&H, which, BTW... B&H is fantastic themselves! LOVE B& H!:). YOU DON'T NEED A MULTI ADAPTER to use the remote that comes with this tripod, to use with the Sony AX100. I though you did from reviews on the internet I saw and ordered the dapper, but I didn't need it. The cable that comes with the remote connects right into the MULTI connector on the Sony AX100. This tripod and hand grip remote turns my Sony AX100 into a studio camera! I would rather have a much heavier tripod because this one is a bit thin and leightweight, but it still does work great! Any questions just ask me!
    Date published: 2016-05-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well with the Sony FDR-AX100 This is a pretty good tripod. It's very light weight... which is great for when hauling it around, but not quite as great if you want perfect shot stability in windy conditions. It has no weight hook, so in wind I recommend a tripod stone bag (what I have) or tripod sandbag weights to help keep the camera rock-steady. The remote control is awesome! Just make sure your camera supports the newer multi-interface plug (which the AX100 supports )and not Sony's older rounded crescent-shaped AV plug.... or it won't work. I dropped the score 1 star mainly because the quick shoe camera base-plate has kind of a small, non-threaded, flimsy, spring-loaded plastic pin (that inserts into the smooth 2nd hole on the bottom of the camera) that is supposed to help keep it from spinning around on the base-plate. It's a little too small in diameter for the hole and allows the camera a little side-to-side play it should not have when mounted on the tripod... at least it does on the AX100. The pin should also of been made of metal like the main mounting screw. Otherwise I really like this tripod!
    Date published: 2015-10-23
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