Cullmann 50081 Magnesit Copter Multi-Tripod with CB2.7 Ball Head

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About Cullmann 50081

Cullmann CU50081 Magnesit Copter Multi-Tripod with CB2.1 Ball Head unites stability, design and individuality. It is completely made from aluminum, even the detachable ball head CB2.1 is made from aluminum, the black anodized Magnesit Copter is able to carry even large DSLR or video cameras.

Various applications are the strong points of the Magnesit Copter - as stable table tripod, as compact travel tripod or as practical handheld tripod for successful photo/video recordings. And the unmistakable design gives the Magnesit Copter an appealing view in each (recording) situation.

The Cullmann 50081 is commonly used for Travel and more.The Cullmann 50081 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast among others.The Cullmann 50081 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Cullmann 50081: Folds away, Lightweight and Stable

Summary of Customer Reviews

(7)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Folds away (5),Lightweight (5),Stable (5),Unfolds quickly (4)
Best Uses:
Travel (5),Landscape/scenery (4),Night shots (3),Video (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (5)

Cullmann 50081 Specifications

Tripod leg material
Aluminum
Ball head included
Yes
Number of leg segments
1
Max. height
16 cm / 6.29"
Min. height
16 cm / 6.29"
Carrying capacity
1 Kg / 2.20 lbs
Weight
250 g / 8.81 oz
Mfr #
CU 50081
SKU
CU50081

Cullmann 50081 Reviews

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4.7

(based on 7 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

High Quality, Stable, Intelligent Design

Absolute top notch quality at a low cost. Had to upgrade from the Ultrapod II which was marginal in terms of stability with the canon 5D Mark III and 24-105 lens. Ignore the weight limitations of the spec, though the ball head is the weak link in terms of stability (but not quality...it's well made). Ball head can handle setup above well, expect perhaps at extreme off center angles (like in portrait mode I can't tighten ball head enough to hold in place). I take camera on multi-day backpacks,...

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Absolute top notch quality at a low cost. Had to upgrade from the Ultrapod II which was marginal in terms of stability with the canon 5D Mark III and 24-105 lens. Ignore the weight limitations of the spec, though the ball head is the weak link in terms of stability (but not quality...it's well made). Ball head can handle setup above well, expect perhaps at extreme off center angles (like in portrait mode I can't tighten ball head enough to hold in place). I take camera on multi-day backpacks, and I'll happily take this mini tripod over the ultrapod.

Reviewed by 7 customers

 
4.0

Great compact tripod for on the go

By

from Santa Monica, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I got this tripod to stick in my bag while I'm out and about, for times that I wished I had brought a tripod with me. This fits the bill. Legs fold in to give it a compact look. I love the fact that it came with a ballhead. Other mini tripods I've seen and tried, requires you to screw your camera directly onto the tripod and not the ballhead. Which means that you can only position your camera angle in one direction.... straight ahead. With the included ballhead, you can change the angle of your shot to however you want it. Only thing that I wish that they had included was a quick release tripod plate. That way, you can keep the plate on your camera and mount it to the tripod quickly. Another feature I love is the fact that you can reverse the camera mount and add your flash on it. I bought this mainly for this feature. I wanted a "grip" for doing off camera flash on the go. So, with this tripod, it's a multi use tripod for me...... tripod and flash grip. Another way I've found to use it is to open all the legs up while have your camera mounted on it, and you can use it as a steady cam if you have it resting against your chest.....for those with unsteady hands. Overall, I would recommend this mini tripod for on the go tripod and off camera flash photography. Solid, compact, and versatile.

 
5.0

Best tiny tripod I have ever used

By

from Chicago, IL  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is not going to replace a full sized tripod, but if you are looking for something small to always carry with you, this one is the best and most stable mini-tripod I have ever used. Its built like a tank, weighs almost nothing and holds my E-M1 plus lens with no problem at all. I used to use (and like) an Ultrapod 2, and I find that the Cullman is sturdier, easier to set up, easier to adjust and a lot more stable.

 
5.0

Solid and Portable

By

from Houston  -  Pro Photographer

Surprisingly well made at this price point. The ball head is very secure, and includes a flip around cold shoe accessory mount. There is a small recessed Allen bolt on the ball head to adjust tension. Large tightening knob is easy to tighten, even with gloves on. Rubberized bottom of legs keeps this mini tripod from sliding on slick surfaces. Round shape very easy to pack in any bag.

 
4.0

Excellent For The Price

By

from Dallas, tx  -  Photo Enthusiast

Practical small tripod when a larger tripod is unnecessary.

 
5.0

Great little tripod

By

from Oakland, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Low angle shots.

 
5.0

very good,and stong,i like it...

By

from worcester,ma  -  Photo Enthusiast

Just one thing I LIKE IT.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

High Quality, Stable, Intelligent Design

By

from Mill Valley, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Absolute top notch quality at a low cost. Had to upgrade from the Ultrapod II which was marginal in terms of stability with the canon 5D Mark III and 24-105 lens. Ignore the weight limitations of the spec, though the ball head is the weak link in terms of stability (but not quality...it's well made). Ball head can handle setup above well, expect perhaps at extreme off center angles (like in portrait mode I can't tighten ball head enough to hold in place). I take camera on multi-day backpacks, and I'll happily take this mini tripod over the ultrapod.

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Adi T  Do the legs extend and to what height?
DOUGLAS H  They do not. This is a small, table-top tripod.
Adi T  Do the legs extend and to what height?
DOUGLAS H  They do not. This is a small, table-top tripod.
Adi T  Do the legs extend and to what height?
DOUGLAS H  They do not. This is a small, table-top tripod.
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