Cullmann Nenomax 250 Aluminum Tripod with 3-Way Quick Release Head, Supports: 6.6 lbs, Max Height 55"

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About Cullmann 250

The Cullmann Nenomax 250 Tripod is a light travel tripod for smaller cameras and weighs just 2.2 pounds. It is appropriate for advanced point and shoot cameras or very small SLR systems (such as an entry-level SLR with a variable-aperture 'kit' zoom lens).

The Nenomax 250 reaches a maximum height of 55.1", so most users will need to squat down just a bit to comfortably view at eye level from the viewfinder. The 250's only 19.3" collapsed and light enough to take upon a very long journey without much bother.

Cullmann 250 Features

  • Anti-rotation tubing along each leg segment to ease deployment/collapsing
  • Foam-padded upper leg segments aid cold weather handling and soften carrying upon shoulders
  • Simple open/closed position legs
  • Rubber padded feet
  • Basic pan/tilt head with quick release plate
  • Bubble level at quick release
  • Maximum upper leg diameter of 20mm
  • Includes fitted case with shoulder strap

Cullmann 250 Specifications

Load Capacity
6.6 lbs (3.0kg)
Folded Length
19.3" (49.0cm)
Leveling Bubble/Illuminated
Yes/No
Head Type
3-Way pan & tilt with quick release
Quick Release
Yes
Material
Aluminum
Leg Stages/Sections
3/4
Leg Lock Type
Flip levers
Independent Leg Spread
No
Spiked/Retractable Feet
No
Center Brace
No
Center Column Type
Sliding
Center Column Sections
1
Maximum Height
55.1" (140.0cm)
Minimum Height
11.4" (29.0cm)
Weight
2.20 lbs (1.00kg)
Warranty
Cullmann warranty

Cullmann 250 Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
1.0

Worthless junk

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from Boise, Idaho  -  Photo Enthusiast

The specifications on this tripod could be great for travel. Collapsed it fits in the detachable daypack of my big pack. Open it has a pretty good size relative to its portability. It worked great long enough to pass my intial tests, get taken on a trip, and to even take a few pictures there. Then one of the flip lever locks fell apart. Fortunately I was not so far from a major city, and I bought a replacement SLIK Sprint Mini II from a camera store the next day. The Cullmann Nanomax 250 comes with a ten year guaranty. Since they do not provide an actual U.S.A. address to send it to, that guaranty is as useful when I got back home as it was on the trip where I wanted the tripod to not fall apart.

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