Slik U9000TBM U9000 Video Photo Tripod With Soft Carrying Case

August 30, 2015 - Comment

Light in weight, light in price, but heavy in value, the SLIK U series of economy tripods have proved to be so popular and successful that they have been knocked-off by many companies, but none have been able to match the quality and value performance of these versatile tripods.Every tripod in the series is less

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Light in weight, light in price, but heavy in value, the SLIK U series of economy tripods have proved to be so popular and successful that they have been knocked-off by many companies, but none have been able to match the quality and value performance of these versatile tripods.Every tripod in the series is less than 2 feet long when completely folded and weigh less than 3.5 lbs for easy traveling.The SLIK U series have many other features that the casual photographer and family videographer will come to love.The Upper grade U9000 model features rubber/spike leg tips and a bubble level.

Product Features

  • Dual Purpose Video/Photo (Fluid/3-way)Head -The retractable camera positioning pin enables you to mount either a video
  • Dual Purpose Video/Photo Quick Shoe -Attaches easily onto still, and video cameras. Just align the quick shoe along the length of the camera body
  • Ultra-smooth Geared Center Column -Engnjeering plastic assures smooth and quiet rack and pinion gear movement of the center column.
  • Oversize, Single Action, Speed Release Leg Locks -Easy, and quick to operate leg locks let you adjust the tripod height in seconds
  • Easy To Gresp, Champagne Bronze Colour Legs -Exclusive anodised champagne bronze colour legs are also designed to feel comfortable in the hand.

Comments

Amourdutigre says:

Nice carry tripod The U9000 is a well made tripod for what it is intended to be used for. I use it as a carry tripod, to use with modern light weight Canon digital and 35mm SLR cameras, and not too heavy or long lenses.If you need something that will hold a 600mm f/2.1 lens or a 8X10 Horseman, then this is not the tripod to use. If however, you need something that can easily be carried in the field for more than a few hundered yards, this is the tripod to use as long as it is not overloaded…

video academic says:

This is a great tripod 0

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