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About Slik MINI II

The SPRINT MINI II is designed for the traveler in need of camera support larger than a table-top tripod, but smaller than a full sized.

The SPRINT MINI II GM is a very compact tripod with 4 legs sections to collapse down to less than 14 inches and weighs just 1.75 lbs.

An updated version of one of the popular SLIK SPRINT series, the new SPRINT MINI II GM (gun metal finish) has padded leg wraps for more comfortable carrying. The new tripod also has a new SLIK SBH-100DQ all-metal compact ball head with quick release system for faster, easier mounting of a camera.

The SPRINT MINI II GM is small when fully collapsed, but a maximum height of 43.3 in. The adjustable leg angles can be used to splay the legs out and lower the tripod. When used with the built-in short center column, (the included center column unscrews into two pieces) the camera is just 6.4 inches off the ground for extremely low angle or macro photography out in the field. Another way to get the camera low is to reverse the center column that can be used for macro photography as well.

The Slik MINI II is commonly used for Landscape/scenery, Travel and more.The Slik MINI II is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Slik MINI II: Folds away, Lightweight and Stable

Slik MINI II Features

  • New SBH-100DQ ball head with quick release system
  • Folds down to less than 14 inches for easy travelng
  • SLIK Speed-Release leg locks for quick set up.
  • Padded leg wraps

Slik MINI II Specifications

Head Type
Compact Ball Head
Max Height w/extended column
43.3(1100mm)
Max Height w/closed column
32.2"
Minimum Height
6.38" (162mm)
Closed Length
13.8 in.(350mm)
Leg Sections
4
Max Load Capacity
4.5 lbs. / 2,050 grams
Weight
1.75 lbs. / 780 grams
Mfr #
611806
SKU
SLSPM2GM

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4.5

(based on 13 reviews)

85%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Small but Mighty, great for travel.

Even though this tripod is small, it has all the pro features that any tripod has. I use it with a Nikon D300 with a double grip and it works fine. It's very stable on solid ground. It folds up small enough to easily fit into a suitcase or backpack. This is not my main tripod but it works great for travel. It even comes with a simple ballhead that works fine. You can remove it and put your favorite ballhead on if you want. Thumbs up.

Reviewed by 13 customers

 
5.0

Slik 611806 Sprint Mini II Tripod with B

By

great little tripod for macro work. I highly recommend it.

 
5.0

Great tripod

By

This is a very lightweight tripod and it is very good quality (metal) with nice cushion grips. It is much better than similarly priced tripods. It has a ball head which is kind of mediocre but works fine, but I can't expect more at this price. I think this is a very good value for money tripod which can accompany you without being a burden at hiking/sightseeing and similar activities (maybe when you're on a bike too, I haven't tried though). It is generally small but it is satisfactory and if you are looking for a quite tall tripod maybe you should look at the Pro series which aren't much more expensive. Overall I think it is the perfect travel companion for lightweight kits and its weight is extremely low. (which is what I do mostly with many hours of walking so I can't carry a heavier one). The quick locks on the tripod's legs make everything easier too and most cheap tripods don't have them.

 
4.0

Small but strong!

By

This was purchased as a companion for my Slik two-axis macro adjust unit since my large Slik tripod cannot get low enough for macro shots. In addition, it is useful for light travel, but needs to be placed on a flat surface for that application. This was the best for the size and price I found, and I always like Slik tripods; my first was an 800G.

 
4.0

Very handy

By

Best for low light shots.

 
4.0

some things do come in small packages

By

I was looking for something small but stable to accomodate my recently purchased Canon G1X. I do own full size tripods but wanted something that would be as portable as the G1X camera. I've owned slik Tripods in the past and they are a pretty decent tripod for the money. Actually the first tripod I owned was a Slik. It served me well for a few years. The convertible center column was a huge plus for me. It allows you to get almost to ground level for those different angle shots. The only drawback I could find was that it was to short for doing certain portrait work but works well with anything else. Any tripod is better than no tripod so for the size and price of this tripod it is a great bargain.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fabulous

By

First of all, let me say that I am a SLIK fan. Given that, I needed a small desktop tripod to take macros with at work. I chose the Mini II and it really fit the bill. As always, the head clamps are nice and tight with positive feel. Once I set the angle of the camera, it does't move at all. I am using this with my travel cameras only (Nikon S8200 and P510) and not a heavier DSLR. All in all, a very fine desktop tripod. I threw my other one away after getting the SLIK.

 
5.0

Great Little Tripod - Fills a Niche

By

I have an extensive tripod collection - everything from the heavyweight monsters to table-top units. I had to search extensively to find a solid tripod that was larger and more capable than a table-top tripod. Most were too large, too small, or too flimsy. This tripod is small enough for carry anywhere, yet it is solid enough to support a substantial SLR camera with a fairly large lens. Very few tripods address this need.

 
4.0

Too lightweight for my needs

By

Good construction, but I returned this item. Can't handle a 5D with battery grip.

 
4.0

Sure to buy this product again

By

Good for travel

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Small but Mighty, great for travel.

By

Even though this tripod is small, it has all the pro features that any tripod has. I use it with a Nikon D300 with a double grip and it works fine. It's very stable on solid ground. It folds up small enough to easily fit into a suitcase or backpack. This is not my main tripod but it works great for travel. It even comes with a simple ballhead that works fine. You can remove it and put your favorite ballhead on if you want. Thumbs up.

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michael t  hay, this tripod is stable enough for long exposures of 30 sec. and more with Dslr (Nikon d7100 with battery grip)?
MICHAEL P  No, not at all suitable. Too light weight. I was looking for a light travel tripod alternative. Even when I took off the battery grip on my Canon 5D there was too much sway. I returned the unit. I do a lot of low-light/long exposure. Don't skip on your tripod and head. Hope this helps, good luck.
michael t  Thanks for your answer, did you find alternative tripod that is small and lightwaeight for hiking?
michael t  hay, this tripod is stable enough for long exposures of 30 sec. and more with Dslr (Nikon d7100 with battery grip)?
MICHAEL P  No, not at all suitable. Too light weight. I was looking for a light travel tripod alternative. Even when I took off the battery grip on my Canon 5D there was too much sway. I returned the unit. I do a lot of low-light/long exposure. Don't skip on your tripod and head. Hope this helps, good luck.
michael t  Thanks for your answer, did you find alternative tripod that is small and lightwaeight for hiking?
Shopper  Hello, does this Slik Sprint Mini II Tripod with Ball Head, comes already with a quick relase plate? Cause it looks like i have to buy it separate. Can somebody pls clarify... need your advise here guys, pls.
JAMES C  Yes, the Slik Sprint Mini II tripod does come with a quick release plate. It's not a big plate, but this little tripod is not intended to support big cameras. I've used this tripod with a Nikon D7000 and a 85mm f/1.4 lens (fairly large lens) and the tripod performed very well. This tripod would probably support a large zoom lens (like a 70-200mm f/2.8) with minimal leg extension, but big lenses normally drive you to use a larger tripod. This little tripod is very substantial for supporting a DSLR camera with most lenses. It's an excellent tripod in this size range with a perfect compromise between a table-top tripod and a conventional "small" tripod. I've never seen a tripod in this size range and I'm very pleased with this little unit.
Dwight F  Thank you James, and also for your other inputs. Im going to buy this one.
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