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MeFOTO A0350QT Backpacker Travel Tripod Kit - Titanium, Supports 8.8 lbs., Max. Height 51.2"

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About MeFOTO A0350QT

This MeFOTO A0350Q0B Blue Travel Tripod kit is the compact combination of an A0350B Travel Tripod with reverse folding Twist Lock Metallic Aluminum Legs and a Q0B Double Action Ballhead. Seriously stylish compact support for the latest generation of lightweight cameras and compact camera systems.

The MeFOTO A0350QT is commonly used for Landscape/scenery, Travel and more.One reason why the MeFOTO A0350QT is popular is because of its Stable

MeFOTO A0350QT Features

  • Travel Compact: The tripod legs can be inverted and folded back 180° making it small enough to carry just about anywhere
  • Two Position Leg Angle Stops: For an extra measure of flexibility, tripod legs can be independently locked into place at two different angles to enable shooting in cramped quarters, on irregular surface areas, or at ground level
  • Recessed Center-Column Hook: A spring loaded recessed hook, located in the bottom of the center-column, allows you to hang additional weight from the tripod's center of gravity for increased stability
  • Separate Head and Pan Lock: Individual locking knobs help to make the right adjustment
  • Integral Bubble Level: Allows adjustment to prevent uneven pans and head movements
  • Quick Twist Rubber Lock Grips with Anti-Rotation Leg System: MeFOTO's innovative rubberized locking grips combined with anti-rotation legs enable fast and fumble-free set-up plus weather and dust-resistance
  • Top-Mount Rapid Center Column: Simple and quick fine height adjustment controls on the top
  • Precision Matched Q Series Ballhead: Dual Action Heavy Duty Ballhead with Arca-Swiss style compatible Quick Release Plate
  • 360-degree Pan Index: Accurate panoramas can be easily orchestrated using the graduated panning scale for accurate image alignment
  • Compact Carry Case with Shoulder Strap: High quality, durable case with strap provides protection and transport for yourtripod and head

MeFOTO A0350QT Specifications

Maximum Load
8.8 lbs (4 kg)
Max Height with Extended Column
51.2 in (1300 mm)
Max Height without Extended Column
45.3 in (1150 mm)
Minimum Height
22.8 in (580 mm)
Folded Length
12.6 in (320 mm)
Number of Leg Sections
5
Leg Lock Type
Anti-dust and moisture seal
Independent Leg Spread
Yes, with 2 stops
Center Column
Top-Mount Rapid
Tilt Range
-45° / +90°
Drag Control
No
Panning Range
360°
Separate Panning Lock
Yes
Quick Release (QR) Plate
Arca-Swiss Style (PU50)
Bubble Level
Yes
Spiked Feet
N/A
Head Mount Thread Size
1/4"-20
Weight
2.6 lbs (1.2 kg)
Mfr #
A0350Q0T
SKU
BEA0350Q0TI

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3.7

(based on 6 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good choice!

I was concerned that a 'light' tripod would not be strong enough to support my D700 w/ added battery pack. I am relieved to find the strength is there. It is sturdy enough for my equipment.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Giving it another chance

I needed something small and compact for traveling and hiking. I was enjoying it the first time I took it out as I liked the range of motion and easy off plate and the fold up legs making it nice and small to carry. Then I went to open it up to use in another spot and one of the legs just fell apart. I am exchanging it, not sure why, for lack of laziness in looking into another, to try again. Lets hope that one was a fluke.

Reviewed by 6 customers

 
3.0

Item Returned

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I purchased this item only to discover that it was not sufficient enough in height when fully extended. Therefore I returned it for a refund.

 
4.0

Light, Sturdy, Convenient

By

I've only used it a little bit, but so far it's as advertised: a light, sturdy tripod that is compact enough to carry around in a backpack. The one thing I didn't like was that the tripod mount needs a hex key to securely attach it to your camera, and there isn't one provided with the tripod so you'll have to make sure you have one at hand. Otherwise, it's perfect for what it's billed as: a convenient, compact tripod that you can carry around with you on the go.

 
5.0

Good choice!

By

I was concerned that a 'light' tripod would not be strong enough to support my D700 w/ added battery pack. I am relieved to find the strength is there. It is sturdy enough for my equipment.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Giving it another chance

By

I needed something small and compact for traveling and hiking. I was enjoying it the first time I took it out as I liked the range of motion and easy off plate and the fold up legs making it nice and small to carry. Then I went to open it up to use in another spot and one of the legs just fell apart. I am exchanging it, not sure why, for lack of laziness in looking into another, to try again. Lets hope that one was a fluke.

 
5.0

Great in a small package

By

Needed a small tripod for ease of traveling and this fits the bill

 
4.0

Great tripod in a small profile

By

Small enought to fit into arms bag

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Shopper  I am thinking of this for my first tripod. My use case: 1. portraits - simple with my wife, daughter and I on the family couch using either a timer/remote 2. ability to travel easily with (family trips to inlaws, parents and some vacations if needed) 3. Some night time/long exposure photography I am new to the dSLR world (Canon t3i) and not looking to "go all pro" - but I do want a decent/solid tripod without breaking the bank... Is this a tripod worth considering - or would something else be better?
EUGENE H  I tries this one, and it's a good compact tripod. However, I ultimately went with the Sirui T-005 tripod instead for the same money. The reasons for me were that it folds down to be smaller (about 12") and it is lighter. For me the key was a light, compact tripod for travel (otherwise I wouldn't take it). I have used it for long exposures with success (with mirror lockup and the timer/remote). I would say the benro is slightly more steady. The Sirui's center hook is goo as well, from which I'd hang a bag if I needed more weight for stability. The height of the two is essentially the same. The one thing I don't like about the Sirui is the quick release plate because it is slick. I ordered the Benro QR plate to replace it. My camera is a Canon 60d, lens is 1.5 lb. I wrote a review of the Sirui, but I'm not sure it is posted yet.
June D  How do I mount my camera onto this tripod? I've taken the plate off and screwed it onto the bottom of my camera. But when I try to mount the camera w/plate onto the base of the head it won't get seated correctly. In fact, it won't slide in at all...looks like a screw is in the way. Please help, as otherwise think I'm going to love this tripod.
Andrew R  From the from the user guide for this tripod/head: "When used properly, the Quick Release Lock offers two levels of security for your gear. To remove the Quick Release Plate, turn the Quick Release Locking Knob counter-clockwise. A partial opening of the clamping mechanism allows the Quick Release Plate to slide on the Mounting Platform for proper balance and positioning. Two Stop Screws (removable) on the bottom of the Quick Release Plate provide this first level of security. An additional counterclockwise turn of the Quick Release Locking Knob opens the clamp fully so that the Quick Release Plate can be tilted out to be removed. Reverse the process and tighten the Quick Release Locking Knob to secure the Quick Release Plate."
June D  How do I mount my camera onto this tripod? I've taken the plate off and screwed it onto the bottom of my camera. But when I try to mount the camera w/plate onto the base of the head it won't get seated correctly. In fact, it won't slide in at all...looks like a screw is in the way. Please help, as otherwise think I'm going to love this tripod.
Andrew R  From the from the user guide for this tripod/head: "When used properly, the Quick Release Lock offers two levels of security for your gear. To remove the Quick Release Plate, turn the Quick Release Locking Knob counter-clockwise. A partial opening of the clamping mechanism allows the Quick Release Plate to slide on the Mounting Platform for proper balance and positioning. Two Stop Screws (removable) on the bottom of the Quick Release Plate provide this first level of security. An additional counterclockwise turn of the Quick Release Locking Knob opens the clamp fully so that the Quick Release Plate can be tilted out to be removed. Reverse the process and tighten the Quick Release Locking Knob to secure the Quick Release Plate."
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