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Manfrotto 709B Digi-Table-Top Tripod with Ball Head - Black Finish - Supports 4.5 lbs.

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About Manfrotto 709B

A compact, lightweight, table-top tripod perfect for a wide range of digital photographic applications. The Digi-Table-Top tripod was developed to maximize the superior imaging capabilities and versatility of generation, compact digital cameras.

It sets up in seconds to form an exceptionally stable shooting platform that can be used virtually anywhere, indoors or their. It sports a handsome bright aluminum finish and comes complete with a silky-smooth Manfrotto Mini Ball Head providing 360° pan and ± 90° tilt.



The Manfrotto 709B is commonly used for Home, Night shots, Travel and more.The Manfrotto 709B is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast among others.The Manfrotto 709B is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Manfrotto 709B: Folds away, Lightweight, Stable and Unfolds quickly

Manfrotto 709B Specifications

Head Type
Manfrotto Mini Ball Head
360° pan and ± 90° tilt
Max Height w/closed column
3.54 inches
Closed Length
6.69 inches
Max Load Capacity
4.5 lbs
Weight
.2 lbs
Mfr #
709B
SKU
BG709B

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4.7

(based on 11 reviews)

91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Another quality Manfrotto product

A product from a company you can count on.

Reviewed by 11 customers

 
4.0

It's solid but steep price.

By

I'm staring at it. $50. For another $50 I could have gotten a full size tripod. I would be much happier if it was $35. Great product. I'd buy it again and again because it's manfrotto. I wouldn't play around and try to HOPE a $25-$35 non-manfrotto is as good.

 
5.0

Excellent product with 'Multiple Uses'

By

Aside from its obvious use as a table-top tripod, I use these as camera stands mounted with a quick release adaptor. They are great for keeping my cameras off abbrasive surfaces and standing them fast while I change lenses, batteries, echange memory cards or perform other servicing, including cleaning. My cameras usually stay on them while not in their cases, covered with a large 'Digital Goja' black microfiber cleaning cloth. With a Bogen or Manifrotto quick release adapter, the cameras snap right in and release with the quick flick of a lever. I'm very pleased with my setup and would recommend it to anyone who hasn't tried it. It also helps keep case wear down to a minimum, even works with my 6lb. Nikon F5 and 300mm tele-lens.

 
4.0

Sturdy, but needs a bag

By

Needs a bag to come with it, instead of having to buy something separately. Fits nicely in my camera bag, and able to support my D800 with MB and flash plus a 24-120mm f4 lens with no difficulties. Price is about right if they threw in a nice little bag.

 
5.0

Great Little Tripod

By

Fits small camera bags. Can be smuggled in where large tripods are not allowed.

 
5.0

Bogen - Manfrotto 709B

By

Great Macro tripod for lightweight cameras

 
5.0

Sturdy and simple

By

I'm currently working on a stop-motion project for grad school and was having difficulty with the stabilty of my tri-pod. An instructor of mine recommended this tri-pod. It's incredibly sturdy! And what I love most is the angles can be changed with the twist of just one knob rather than the 4 my old tri-pod has. Completely worth every penny!

 
5.0

Excellent little tripod...!

By

Very sturdy tripod for use on table top, etc, or when you want to get a low shooting angle or closeup/macro work... Holds my DSLR with lens without creaping or being unstable... Folds up nice and small to carry in camera bag...

 
4.0

Solid, built to last

By

Multi-directional ball head

 
5.0

High Quality at small size

By

good tripod, surprisingly good quality, more stable than expected, absolutely worth the money, but not for a heavy dslr with big zoom lens (who expected something else ?). I love it and can recommend it.

 
5.0

Great Tripod

By

Holds very good my Canon 50D with 18-200mm lens. Very stable. The Ball head is very useful

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Shopper  Is the ball head removable? hunter,
PETER L  To an extent, yes. If you loosen the thumbscrew enough, the bullet-shaped piece that it threads into will lift off the folding tripod legs. You do *not* need to remove the thumbscrew, just back it out a bit more than you normally would to free up the ball joint and adjust the angle. But the disc you turn to screw the head into the camera body appears permanently fixed to the piece with the ball, and there's no way to remove the ball from the bullet-shaped piece that holds the thumbscrew.
Shopper  Will it fit a Yukon 6-100-100 Spotting Scope ?
JAMES V  Yes this will.
Shopper  Is the ball head removable? hunter,
PETER L  To an extent, yes. If you loosen the thumbscrew enough, the bullet-shaped piece that it threads into will lift off the folding tripod legs. You do *not* need to remove the thumbscrew, just back it out a bit more than you normally would to free up the ball joint and adjust the angle. But the disc you turn to screw the head into the camera body appears permanently fixed to the piece with the ball, and there's no way to remove the ball from the bullet-shaped piece that holds the thumbscrew.
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