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Manfrotto 209 Table Top Tripod w/o Head (#3007)

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About Manfrotto 209

Small and portable, this table top tripod fits into any camera bag ready to give quick support to a lightweight camera.

The Manfrotto 209 is commonly used for Long exposures and more.The Manfrotto 209 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Manfrotto 209: Folds away, Lightweight, Stable and Unfolds quickly

Manfrotto 209 Specifications

Max Height w/extended column
5.2 inches
Minimum Height
1.8 inches
Closed Length
5.2 inches
Leg Sections
3
Max Load Capacity
4.5 lbs
Weight
0.2 lbs
Mfr #
209
SKU
BG3007

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4.8

(based on 6 reviews)

67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Fits in Pocket & Strong Enough for SLR

Are you tiered of balancing your SLR on a bag, sticks, or just the table for a long exposure? Well this Bogen-Manfrotto Tabletop Tripod is your awnser. I do alot of shoots in dark bars, and restraunts. I usely end up balancing my SLR using my phone, or bag, or hold it between my knees for those 1/2 second and longer exposures. But now with this talbetop tripod, I can just add a small ball head to it and plop it out on a table and starting taking stablized photos. This tripod measure a...

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Are you tiered of balancing your SLR on a bag, sticks, or just the table for a long exposure? Well this Bogen-Manfrotto Tabletop Tripod is your awnser. I do alot of shoots in dark bars, and restraunts. I usely end up balancing my SLR using my phone, or bag, or hold it between my knees for those 1/2 second and longer exposures. But now with this talbetop tripod, I can just add a small ball head to it and plop it out on a table and starting taking stablized photos. This tripod measure about 2 inches tall when the legs are out. It appears to be an all metal constuction, and it has a Male Thread size of 3/8". It is small enough to fit in my pocket, but sturdy enough for my SLR.

Reviewed by 6 customers

 
5.0

Finally found what i'm looking for.

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This Table Top Tripod is very easy to use. It is small but very solid and sturdy. I tested it on my camera with battery grip on it, mounted big lens, with flash attached (a good 4.7 lbs), NO shake, it holds tight, NO problem at all. But I prefer to use the Manfrotto 234RC head i had with my old mono pod, against the designated ball head, because the base of the 234RC is set to 180 degrees level when attached to the tripod, just adjust the lens angle and you are ready to fire. While the designated ball head gives you hard time adjusting everything to make it right, in a very tight work space. I also use this little tripod as hand grip or handle for hand held video (hold with your left hand though, so that your right hand is free for the adjustment buttons and the camera grip for more support), made my camera more steadier than without it. Sometimes I just put it on a tabletop, or on top of the cabinet on in book shelve when I wanted to be with the video. I also use it to camera flash with flash trigger on it. Just be creative, you will be surprised how versatile is this little wonder.

 
5.0

Well Made

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Nicely made tripod but won't work without a tripod head on most cameras because it has 3/8" threads - most cameras have 1/4" threads. This tripod does not appear to be available with standard 1/4" threads.

 
4.0

rugged yet lightweight

By

good stability, works wonderfully with recommended head.

 
5.0

Tougher than I thought

By

I like the size of the tripod. It fits into the car glovebox keeping it out of the way and still easily accessibe. The legs fold out easily. It's very tough. I dropped it on the driveway and because of its tough construction there were no nicks, scratches, dents, or bends. It is just the tripod you need when you need to take a quick photo from the side of the road because of the tripod's size, you can fold the legs out and set the tripod on the hood of your car and not worry about it tipping over.

 
5.0

Light wieght and sturdy.

By

I have several Manfrottos, but this little guy gets used a bunch for close up work.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fits in Pocket & Strong Enough for SLR

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Are you tiered of balancing your SLR on a bag, sticks, or just the table for a long exposure? Well this Bogen-Manfrotto Tabletop Tripod is your awnser. I do alot of shoots in dark bars, and restraunts. I usely end up balancing my SLR using my phone, or bag, or hold it between my knees for those 1/2 second and longer exposures. But now with this talbetop tripod, I can just add a small ball head to it and plop it out on a table and starting taking stablized photos. This tripod measure about 2 inches tall when the legs are out. It appears to be an all metal constuction, and it has a Male Thread size of 3/8". It is small enough to fit in my pocket, but sturdy enough for my SLR.

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weston p  What is the distance between the feet of this tripod when the legs are fully extended?
RICHARD W  The tripod has little circular feet. The distance between centers of two legs when extended is about 8 1/4 inches.
weston p  What is the distance between the feet of this tripod when the legs are fully extended?
RICHARD W  The tripod has little circular feet. The distance between centers of two legs when extended is about 8 1/4 inches.
weston p  What is the distance between the feet of this tripod when the legs are fully extended?
RICHARD W  The tripod has little circular feet. The distance between centers of two legs when extended is about 8 1/4 inches.
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