Tiffen Voyager 3H Ultra Light Aluminum Tripod with 3 Way Head, Maximum Height 58", Supports 10 lbs.

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Tiffen VOYAGER 3H Features

  • Ultra-light aluminum grounder tripod is perfect for photo, digital and video
  • Airline carry-on and backpack ready
  • 3 position, 26.5mm independent leg adjustments
  • Tripod and head have bubble levels for accurate leveling
  • Directional compass set in tripod base
  • Adjustable 4-section snap leg locks
  • Rubber feet add extra stability
  • Quick lift 2 section 12" 28mm centerpost with wing lock control for rapid adjustment and locking.
  • Bottom center post hook allows for hanging equipment or adding weight to increase stability
  • 3 way pan & tilt aluminum FZ10 head
  • Bonus: High-quality, padded carrying bag included
  • Tripod Maximum Load 10 lbs.
  • Maximum Height 58"
  • Head Maximum Load 10 pounds
  • Minimum Height 11"
  • Folded Length 21"
  • Weight 4.4 lbs

Tiffen VOYAGER 3H Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
3.9

(based on 8 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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    (5)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Tiffen Voyager 3H Ultra Light Aluminum T

I have used this to take portrait shots. I am still learning how best to use the tripod.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Defective

Right out of the box, when panning the head, the head would unscrew from the center post extension. When I hand tightened the center post extension, the threads stripped from the head section. The rest of the tripod seemed well made though.Back it goes.

Reviewed by 8 customers

 
1.0

Defective

By

from Goodyear, AZ  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Right out of the box, when panning the head, the head would unscrew from the center post extension. When I hand tightened the center post extension, the threads stripped from the head section. The rest of the tripod seemed well made though.Back it goes.

 
4.0

Good quality for the price

By

from Basalt, CO  -  Photo Enthusiast

I didnt want to spend an outrageous amount on a tripod. After reading the other reviews, thought I'd give it a try. Its built well and very sturdy. My only issue is the head kinda drops without support. I believe this can be corrected though with a little creativity. Good buy for the price and for someone who doesnt need to heavily rely on a tripod.

 
4.0

Solid, fast, affordable.

By

from Mission Viejo  -  Photo Enthusiast

Needed a stable, portable tripod for DSLR video of volleyball (cramped spaces, need to move often, might get hit). This tripod is rock solid and can be adjsuted quickly. It can get very low within seconds and is strong enough to support a heavy DSLR and fast zoom. The quick release lock needed a bit of adjustment, but that was simple enough. Great for the price.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

More stronger than its look.

By

from San Juan,PR  -  Photo Enthusiast

The best on its leage.Strong ant easy to use.Excellent head movement.A lightweight but steady suport.A+++++ tripod.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Solid travel tripod

By

from Casa Grande AZ  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Solid travel tripod. Sturdy, metal head with a 10lb rating. Felt confident with my heavy equipment attached. Legs easily adjust to level. Solid tripod, I'll be using more that just travel.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great for the price I paid

By

from rural maryland  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Great tripod but requires attention to make sure you don't unscrew the head when trying to turn the camera horizontally. This can be helped by loosening the handles to make it move more freely.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Much better than expected.

By

from Madison, WI  -  Semi-pro Photographer

First off, I have never used a top of the line gitzo/manfrotto/etc tripod. Perhaps using one of those is a revelation. My only previous tripod was a $20 throwaway....Coming from that perspective, this one has: Surprisingly solid build quality, thick aluminum where it needs to be, head and center column unscrew, 4 locking leg angles, compass actually works, nice fluid panning, good control handles, gets low. Works great with my E510, standard lens and flash bracket. Hard to say if it would support a heavier dslr+lens as well. Great feature set and build quality for the price.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Tiffen Voyager 3H Ultra Light Aluminum T

By

from Parkersburg, WV  -  Casual Photographer

I have used this to take portrait shots. I am still learning how best to use the tripod.

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Carolyn C  I have a Nikon D7000 with 35 mm ($200 lens). I do baby and family photography. Is this the best tripod for that? Thanks!
RAMZI K  I've used this tripod with Canon 60D and several different lenses including 50 and 200mm lens (fairly heavy). For the price, I am very happy with the purchase. I use it for landscape and family pictures with remote control. It does have some drawbacks, such as when putting it away, you have to un-screw and re-screw the handles, and it you dont tighten them properly, the camera will start slumping, but these problems are not a deal breaker for me. It's pretty simple to set up and adjust height and level, and is versatile. It could be lighter, but then it would be more expensive.
Carolyn C  I have a Nikon D7000 with 35 mm ($200 lens). I do baby and family photography. Is this the best tripod for that? Thanks!
RAMZI K  I've used this tripod with Canon 60D and several different lenses including 50 and 200mm lens (fairly heavy). For the price, I am very happy with the purchase. I use it for landscape and family pictures with remote control. It does have some drawbacks, such as when putting it away, you have to un-screw and re-screw the handles, and it you dont tighten them properly, the camera will start slumping, but these problems are not a deal breaker for me. It's pretty simple to set up and adjust height and level, and is versatile. It could be lighter, but then it would be more expensive.
Carolyn C  I have a Nikon D7000 with 35 mm ($200 lens). I do baby and family photography. Is this the best tripod for that? Thanks!
RAMZI K  I've used this tripod with Canon 60D and several different lenses including 50 and 200mm lens (fairly heavy). For the price, I am very happy with the purchase. I use it for landscape and family pictures with remote control. It does have some drawbacks, such as when putting it away, you have to un-screw and re-screw the handles, and it you dont tighten them properly, the camera will start slumping, but these problems are not a deal breaker for me. It's pretty simple to set up and adjust height and level, and is versatile. It could be lighter, but then it would be more expensive.
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