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Jul 07, 2008 08:41 |  #1

Does anyone have a recommendation for a small tripod (tabletop or compact) for use with the 40d that comes with a Velcro strap that can also double for strapping the tripod to a pole?




  
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Jul 11, 2008 18:34 |  #2

http://www.campmor.com …_003=2477120&CS​_010=82059 (external link)

I have the ultrapod, the smaller version. I wouldn't put this anywhere it could fall, only tip due to the weight of the camera / lens. Shoot over the leg, be very scared of portrait mode .


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Jul 11, 2008 21:08 |  #3

Wow.... Are you really okay trusting your [enter how much you spent] on a $13 piece of plastic with velcro on it?


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Jul 11, 2008 21:15 |  #4

KirkHMB wrote in post #5894511 (external link)
http://www.campmor.com …_003=2477120&CS​_010=82059 (external link)

I have the ultrapod, the smaller version. I wouldn't put this anywhere it could fall, only tip due to the weight of the camera / lens. Shoot over the leg, be very scared of portrait mode .

Ha! I just picked the Ultrapod II the other day from there!

It may be cheap, but it serves the purpose well if you know how to place camera on with the legs of the tripod. It definitely can't handle the weight of an L lens attached if the camera is not properly placed, but is pretty handy that you can wrap the tripod against a pole with the velcro.




  
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