Dolica 60" Proline Aluminum Tripod and Ball Head Combo, Supports 15 lbs., Black

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About Dolica

The Dolica GX600 aluminum alloy tripod and B200 ball head is a complete support system for your camera (point-and-shoot, SLR with lens and DSLR with lens). It is designed to be lightweight, portable and stable for any and every occasion. The Tripod is composed of Anodized Aluminum Alloy (AAA) and Plastic Polymer Composite (PPC). The combination of both materials maximizes the petite size and reinforced stability it provides to make every photo-shoot perfect.

The sleek ball head includes a quick release plate with a 3/8 inch mount for cameras. It attaches to the ball head with a safety lock to prevent the camera from slipping off and falling while loosening your quick release plate. While you have you camera attached to the quick release plate and ball head, you can pan 360 degree and tilt up to 90 degree. You can also attach a lens (i.e. 200mm f/4) mount to the quick release plate and have the comfort of stabilizing with confidence.

The upgraded GX600 tripod has its professional function and additional upgraded features. The three major features are: four level positioning, interchangeable spike/rubber feet and a dual purpose mount. Uneven surface can be a big issue for many photographers and that is why the tripod is engineered with four levels for high to low level shots. You have the freedom to position each individual leg from a standard position to adjusting each leg at four-different levels. To decrease the chance of slippage, use rubber feet for soft surface and spike rubber feet for rugged terrain. You can remove the hook from the dual purpose counter weight hook mount from the bottom of the center column, remove the center column, insert the counter weight hook mount on the top of the tripod (attach the camera), adjust each individual leg to ground level and you're ready to shoot extremely low macro-shots.

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Dolica Features

  • Rapid stability center column
  • Reversible locking center column
  • Non slip rubber feet with retractable spike
  • Closed cell comfort grips
  • Integrated tripod bubble level
  • 3-position leg angle adjustment locks (for macro lens)
  • Counter weight hook

Dolica Specifications

Leg sections
4
Material
Lightweight aluminum alloy
Base thread
3/8"/0.95cm
Quick release thread
1/4"/0.63cm
Panoramic angle
Horizontal 360deg.
Load capacity
15 lb/6.80 kg
Maximum height column
51-60 inch/129.54-152.4 cm
Minimum height column
21.5 -29.5 inch/54.61-74.93 cm
Closed height
23 inch /58.42 cm
Weight
2.5 lb/1.13 kg

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 4 customers

 
2.0

Not the best choice

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from Orlando, FL  -  Professional

I bought this as an extra tripod to keep in the truck at all times. On the first use, I noted the ballhead just drooped too much after tightening which required constant repositioning. The connection of the head to the tripod is also weak and has some wobble to it when you press down. That's a little scary when considering your expensive gear. I'm probably going to give this away to someone with a point and shoot and just continue trusting my Manfrottos and Giottos.

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

be careful with this one

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from Portland, OR  -  Photo Enthusiast

I bought one for my Nikon D7000 for use with the kit Lenses nothing exotic or heavy. I took it on a trip to the US Southwest I was taking pictures in the Sedona, AZ area and was moving the tripod with camera attached to a new location the ENTIRE TRIPOD HEAD SNAPPED OFF at the legs. I found out the hard way that there is just a thin metal piece that holds the head to the tripod. So camera went on way and the lens (18-105mm) the other way and I was left with a $400 repair bill and having to replace a tripod. DON'T GO CHEAP spend the money and get a good trupod like a Manfrotto or something similar and save your self some money in the long run. Thankfully I had my vintage Agfa Isolette 3 so I was still able to take the pictures I wanted.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Excellent tripod for the price

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from Roanoke, VA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I am an amateur photographer and read tons of reviews for tripods for my DSLR with 200mm lens before settling for this. It is light but very sturdy and stable. The spikes were very useful in uneven terrains. The ball head is nice. This tripod does not have a pan handle so if video is your primary then you should buy a different tripod. The price is excellent. If you have big bucks to spare, get the manfrottos else get this.

 
5.0

Best Bang for the Buck!

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from Anaheim, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Inexpensive, lightweight and sturdy. Can support my camera and lenses with no issue. Easy and fast setup. Meet my needs

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ANDREW P  VERY well priced, and also pretty lightweight. Comes with the ball-head and a bag. Center column can be inverted. Retractable spikes in the rubber feet.
Fritz v  What is the difference between the Dolica 60 Proline and the Dolica AX620B100?
Fritz v  Thanks for the info.
Venus F  How does the 60-inch proline compared to the 62-inch proline (besides the height difference)?
ANDREW P  Also, the B200 ball head can pan independently of the ball - not sure whether the B100 has this feature. This is really only useful for panoramas or horizontal panning while shooting video.
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