SmallRig Selection Tabletop Tripod DT-02 3256
1. Quick switch between 2 different working heights via a single button at its bottom.
2. It features a quick-release smartphone holder for an easier setup.
3. The tripod weighs 176g only and will be portable.
SmallRig Selection Tabletop Tripod DT-02 3256 is a lightweight, compact tripod with a safety payload of 2kg. It supports mirrorless cameras, compact cameras, smartphones, action cameras, etc. By pushing the button at its bottom, the tripod switch between 2 different working heights quickly. The ball head allows multi-angle shooting and features a 1/4”-20 threaded hole on the side to attach a magic arm or other accessories. It features a quick-release smartphone holder and will support smartphones with widths ranging from 56mm to 86mm. Besides, the attached Bluetooth remote shutter enables easier shooting with smartphones.
1. Do not overload the tripod;
1 x Tripod
1 x Ball Head
1 x Smartphone Holder
1 x Bluetooth Remote Shutter
Product Dimensions: 210 x 50 x 50mm
Package Dimensions: 217 x 59 x 52mm
Net Weight: 176±5g
Package Weight: 275±5g
Material: Aluminum Alloy + ABS
Load Capacity: 2kg
Top Attachment: 1/4"-20 Screw
Minimum Working Height: 110mm
Maximum Working Height: 180mm
*Please note the import tax may occur.
This really is 4 items in 1 product. I really like the legs on the bottom with red button to push and change too low mode (legs have 3 positions, closed, mid and low mode) The legs seem to have a metal strip all the way through the center covered by a nice plastic that feels good to the touch. The ball head is a 20mm with thumb screw adjustment, has extra 1/4" on the side so thats a nice touch. Seems to hold around 10lbs to move the head when locked down so good for size (DSLR no problem). The only thing I was a bit let down with was the phone clamp, it has extra 1/4" and cold shoe, so that is great. also liked the quick release but it does feel cheap as if it wont hold up long, and gears might strip fast. And although the jaws can be forced tighter it just didn't seem that secure with a thin phone case (Galaxy S7) on the soft rubber jaws helped a bit but really because the clamp is made of cheap plastic it just doesn't seem sturdy. Also in portrait mode it's still a balancing act to keep the stand upright. I didn't use the phone trigger release, but looks like a button to release a phone trigger.