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Cons:Given the use you have to make with this tripods, none.
Opinion:I don't use long optics with my EOS 80D, at most 55mm, so I've never had any stability issues. Get in all your carry-on luggage and that's why it's valuable. I used this tripods in various areas of the globe, in often humid conditions, and I had no particular problems. Perhaps the only downside is the bubble placed in the screw cursor of the plate, practically useless 90% of the time, but using the one to be inserted into the flash slide everything is ok.
Pros:light and compact, the ability to use it as a monopod.
Cons:Constructive quality not excellent
Opinion:The traveler is very acessoriate (bag, shoulder strap, sheath, key to brugola), has many small comfortable and ingenious solutions such as the ability to disassemble it and use it as a monopod; it is very light, however, perhaps it sins a bit in terms of robustness and quality: four months ago it broke off a leg because it had broken an internal plastic locking ring (after two months I wrote an email to Rollei and I received the spare part in warranty. Now I've seen a Torx star tightening that holds her leg tight to the middle piece.
sent on December 25, 2019
Pros:light, beautiful, short when closed.
Cons:central rod, also suffers from a wind yet.
Opinion:I was wrong to read the first reviews, if I had waited for those of those who really tried it thoroughly I would not have stumbled upon the purchase of this easel. After a usage of almost a year I can tell you my opinion: Pregi - it is carbon fiber and is assembled very well, weighs very little and enters any backpack. The head, although small, adjusts and freezes very well, but the swiss plate is very short... It's also a nice object to see... Flaws - it would not have many but has a fundamental one, as soon as the wind blows the central rod vibrates so much that it is perceived with the naked eye. And being fixed, even spreading the legs to the maximum the problem does not solve peciò I found myself many times to shoot freehand with high iso leaning against the walls.... I wonder what an easel like that is for? In my opinion, in fact I have already sold it to a buyer to whom I have described all the defects but who probably only uses it indoors...
Cons:considered the use for which it was conceived, none.
Opinion:It is the best easel ever built because the easel that is there, it has always been the best of all. The question could be closed in these terms, the difference between having it and not having it when needed, encompasses the sense of a product built to be carried constantly following. I abandoned a pixi manfrotto, even more compact but not quite "cavalletto" and I must say that this Rollei fully satisfies me. I load everything I have up to the 70/200 from 1.5 kg and with the precautions of the case, does what it has to without any problem. Particularly appreciable is the equipment of accessories, bag, modular shoulder strap that can be used in various configurations and a wonderful belt liner that allows you to bring it to the waist ready to be extracted quickly, contributing even more to distribute the overall weight of the equipment. The minimum height is a little sacrificed by the length of the center element but it is forgiven, just carry a clamp in your bag and the camera can be screwed to one of the legs until it touches the ground. For ML kits it will be even more enjoyable, even the head performs very well, the important thing is to have the stabilized collar for the long focals and that the camera is also equipped with Swiss L bracket to optimize the vertical position. Great!
Pros:Weight, portability, strength and construction.
Cons:Slightly open stability
Opinion:Tripod bought for the very low weight that makes its dirty work. I use it a lot and never missed a shot on the field. I use it for a Fujifilm X-t2 kit with 18-55, fixed or wide-angle optics Samyang which never goes 1.5 kg. I would recommend it to anyone who needs an excellent construction object, perfect for backpacking and mountain and that does not regret the quality of tripod by 2/3 times its weight. Great Arca Swiss attack. Highly recommended.
Pros:Closed size, very small weight, transportability.
Cons:not stable if opened completely but was known considering the size of the minor sections of the legs.
Opinion:Use with canon Eos 5D markIII and 24-105. Great if opened with up to two sections in use, such as a mini tripod, the use for which I bought it. It's great to place the camera on disjointed surfaces like mountain bays or walls. The head also holds great weights in spite of appearance. The swiss arc attack is also convenient
Pros:Lightweight, small, carbon, general construction, value for money.
Cons:Nothing to report
Opinion:I am satisfied with this product. It is true that I do not use it very much, but from what it seemed to me to use it, I have almost nothing to envy to the various Siries or Manfrotto. I use it with mirrorless Olympus omd em5 II and I find it very good. Clearly not suitable for heavy reflexes. The ball head is enough. Now that's at 170 € it has an exceptional price !!
Opinion:I had some perplexity about the structure of this tripod and then the brand that recalls an important name (not really famous for tripods) left me a bit perplexed. It was not possible to find it in a physical store so bought on the net and I would have made a great choice. It opens easily and if you try not to use the thinner legs it is really stable even with important weight 5d mk IV 24/70 2.8 or fish 8/15. The head is pretty good. The weight is really important (less than 1 kg) and can be tied to the backpack and put it inside too, comfortable the canvas case, then the carbon benefit is seen on the weight, in addition to the winter pull that does not let you frost hands. A very good product
Opinion:With him I found the trip tripod definitive; I use it for about a year and I would not change it with anyone else. In less than 1 kg I have an easel that has problems with my equipment (we charge a maximum of 1.5 kg but bear a lot more). The construction is very good and the carbon does not freeze hands when handled in winter. I really appreciate the leg tightening system I prefer compared to that of clip because I find it much quicker. The head is light but powerful and very stable even for long exposures, at least with my equipment. RnI would have liked to disassemble the central column to reach a minimum height below 34cm and find this to be the only tripod defect. Closed is really compact and comes in the majority of photographic backpacks if you do not want to carry it hooked out.rnVoto 9.
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