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moman mini tripod

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 moman mini tripod

 moman mini tripod
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Description:
Folded Length :165mm / 6.5inch
Weight: 261g / 9.2oz

Max Extended Length :110mm / 3.9inch
Max Load (Tripod) :80kg / 176lb

The legs have one locked position, and turning the single wheel lock can fan the legs all the way out for a flat tripod.

The locked position creates a 10" diameter between all the legs

When the legs go completely flat, the diameter between all the legs is 12"

please see this thread:

https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/22-pentax-camera-field-accessories/36082...ml#post4206692

numerous photos showing multiple positions and lenses can be found there with more details
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Insanely humble

Registered: June, 2011
Location: Lowlands of Norway
Posts: 15,150
Review Date: January 4, 2020 I can recommend this item: Yes | Price: $20.00 | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Small and sturdy
Cons: None

I got a Veledge branded version of the MT-01. I have seen it sold under several names, such as Moman, Veledge, Manbily, and Marsace, but all called MT-01. The Godox MT-01 seems to be a different tripod.

It's small, sturdy, and versatile. Easy to strap on to other objects due to the "vented" legs. I have a length of velcro wrapped around one leg and a strip of gaffer tape around another for this use.

The ball head often listed with it (on e.g. Ebay) is big, heavy, and not very good. I found myself a small ballhead for it, also Veledge branded, I think the model name in LC-28. Not super smooth but seems sturdy enough. And small enough so the tripod maintains its portability.
   
Seeker of Knowledge

Registered: August, 2016
Location: Topeka, Kansas
Posts: 16,479
Review Date: September 2, 2019 I can recommend this item: Yes | Price: $30.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: every thing
Cons: none I found

I recently used this to support my K 3/K 3 II plus my D FA 150-450mm Zoom on top of a bean bag cushion positioned on the top of a pop up roof of a safari vehicle

it spread the weight nicely and the tripod head allowed movement of the camera and lens

very nice piece of equipment and very nicely priced
   
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Registered: June, 2009
Location: Tumbleweed, Arizona
Posts: 5,464

1 user found this helpful
Review Date: May 20, 2019 I can recommend this item: Yes | Price: $30.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: size, construction, weight
Cons: really none

Picked it up a year ago, just before going on an Alaskan Inland Passage cruise. I wanted something to use on railings. It worked wonderfully. I did take a rubber mouse pad to wrap around the railing so as to isolate the tripod from the ship's hull vibrations.

I used it with both my Acratech GP and leveling base as heads. Worked perfectly first time, last time, every time.

It's small, stores anywhere, excellent build construction and materials. You are only limited by your imagination.

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