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Old Apr 12, 2005, 4:30 PM   #1
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I have a Sony P150, and plan to use it for portraits, macro shots and the occasional landscape shots when I start to travel. I need a inexpensive tripod and I'm seeing this as a good deal for $60.


I like the individually adjustable legs, since I know I will be using it on uneven surfaces and inclines. I am noticing that not many people emphasize this feature, but to me it seems like a huge factor in buying a tripod. Anything I should know in this regard?

I was hoping to spend under $50 but will spend the $60 on this tripod as long as I know it's worth it. I've read previous threads here and many people in my budget are told to spend much more for a quality tripod. However, I'm a college student with a hobby I really can't afford. I want to make sure this isn't one of those "avoid at all costs" tripods. Any help or wisdom you folks could throw my way would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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Old Apr 14, 2005, 2:34 PM   #2
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my biggest worry with this unit is how stable it is with the click lock legs. a tripod leg should be rigid as possible extended.
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