94"/2.4m Overhead Camera Tripod Lightweight Travel Tripod 22lbs/10kg Load with Detachable Monopod for DSLR SLR, K234A6+BH-28L (old model SA254T1)
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- Brand: K&F Concept
- Free Shipping Worldwide. 30 Day No Reason Return. K&F Concept 94" 22lbs Travel Tripod features 360° Ball Head & Quick Release Plate for DSLR SLR. Stable & easy to set up.
- SKU: KF09.086
- 129.99 https://www.kentfaith.com/KF09.086_k-f-sa254t1-lightweight-compact-tripod-for-canon-nikon-camera-professional-dslr-photography-93inch-aluminium
- * 【Transverse Center Column】Central column moves from 0 to 180 degrees, can be rotated 360°horizontally, to realize panorama shooting.
- * 【Strong Stability】The weight of tripod is 2kg. 25mm large diameter aluminum alloy tube,the load capacity can reach 22.04lbs (10kg), provide security and stability support for your dslr camera.
- * 【Detachable Monopod】 It can be turned into a lightweight monopod or walking stick alone to make your photography more diverse.
- * 【360° PANORAMA】The 28mm large KF-28 metal ball head provide 10kg load capacity, it can be rotated 360 degrees, helping to expand dslr camera activity range when panoramic shooting.
- * 【EASY SET UP】 4 sections tube leg and the max diameter is 25mm; Spiral type locking knob allows you to adjust the working height in seconds; The height without column reaches 67.7'' and the height with 2 sections center column is 93.9'',making standing shooting easier.
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Professional 94 inch Ultra-high Tripod
Transverse Center Column / Strong Stability / Compact & Flexible
Metal Ball Head / Detachable Monopod
Metal Ball Head / Detachable Monopod
360° Horizontal rotation
Make it easier for photography enthusiasts to realize panorama shooting
98.4 inch Detachable monopod
Can be used as camera monopod or converted into hiking alpenstock
Quick Release Plate
All aluminum magnesium alloy with forged technology
22lbs (10kg) Load capacity
1.1" (28mm) Large spheres are more stable.
Center column lock
Strong locking force
Angle adjustment button
The center axis can be inverted to give you the option for low shooting angles.
Easy To Shoot
The maximum height is 93.9”(238.5cm) and the minimum height is 27.2”(69cm)
Easy to carry
Tripod is made of high-quality magnesium-aluminum alloy, can be bent 180°, and weighs 2.0kg (including the pan/tilt).
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Maximum Working Height
Minimum Working Height
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Leg Lock Type
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Running your hand along it, very smooth. The look, very shiny and professional. The strength, clearly above normal. The mobility, really high.It comes with it's own case, which I actually had no use for. I feel like a lot of companies put a lot in things that just pointlessly cost more money, and should instead put everything into the product, not the accessories.Overall though, this is a fantastic product. I really enjoy it.
Great budget version of more expensive tridops.
Joints are sloppy, especially the leg joints. The ball joint either holds or the camera flops over. I'm not yet sure the saving is enough to offset the lower quality. Similar tridops can be more expensive but are probably a better option based on quality and ease of use.
Has A Lot Of Versatility
This is the most adaptable tripod I've ever seen.First off, It's extremely tall. I'm 6'3", and when it's fully deployed I can't reach the camera button to take a picture. If I wanted to get a crane shot with whatever I had on hand, this is what I would use. I might actually get some use out of the remote I purchased with my camera years ago.The monopod option feels a bit gimmicky, but if I had just enough room to take one (pod?) with me and felt like I might need a tripod, or a monopod, this is really the only thing I've ever seen that can be both.It has a 90 degree joint so I can get those top down product shots, and it even comes with a ball mount so I don't have to attach my own head. Speaking of the ball mount, it has a great smooth motion, so if I wanted to (and you have steady enough hands) I could use it as a steady axis for panning and tilting motion shots.On top of all that, the legs splay way out, so not only can I get extremely high shots, I can use this as a very low tripod that holds the camera inches away from the ground. With the 90 degree elbow arm, I can even hold the camera out to the side, and swing it upside down with the ball mount holding it at nearly ground level.The legs deploy fairly well. I've used legs with smoother action, but they're not bad.It's light and with the bag it's easy to carry around.The only thing left to talk about is the sturdiness. I'd call it mostly sturdy. I'd trust it to hold my camera, but on a windy day there will be motion in the shot. I can feel a bit of wiggle, and there's more with it fully extended. If I was using it for long exposure photography, I'd want to throw some sand bags on the hook.Overall a great tripod for anyone looking for an all-in-1 solution.Highly recommended.
Its a 3 star quality, but the features bump it up to 4
I've got a few other lightweight/portable tripods for this price range, and they've all exceeded my expectations - everything felt extremely solid. On the other hand, this tripod feels like it should cost half the price that it does.In one solid piece as you pull it out of the bag, it looks and feels sturdy, but when you start to assemble it, its easy to notice all the poor tolerances. It's not every part, maybe only 30% of the entire tripod feels janky, but thats more than I'd expect at this price. The clips that hold the legs in position move almost an entire inch without any tension on them, the knobs that let the legs fall out and lock feel like you can easily pop them off, and when extended outwards, the tripod head doesn't really feel like it locks in place unless you torque the main knob down.At the end of the day, it works, and the flaws I mentioned haven't really interfered with anything other than my confidence in the unit, so I don't think I should take off more than one star, but at the same time, its definitely not a 5 star tripod at this price in my opinion.
excellent for tall people
I'm 6'4" tall and this is a great tripod for someone my height. With the legs fully extended and the center column completely collapsed, combined with the included ball mount, it sets my camera at just about perfect eye height for me, maybe slightly taller. As you can see in the photos, with the center columns raised to their max, it is way over my head. The tripod is pretty stable, and medium heavy. But it is probably more stable than just about any other tripod for the height, since I can rely on only extending the legs and leaving the center columns down. The legs have 3 extension pieces, and 3 positions for spreading, just in case you are on uneven ground or need some extra stability. One complaint I have has to do with the included ball head mount. The locking mechanism for the ball head is on the right side, relative to the u slot that allows for aiming upwards beyond the normal range of the ball head. This means that if you need to make an adjustment to the camera when using the u-slot, you have to awkwardly reach across with your left hand, or reach all the way around with your left hand, as you have to use your right hand to hold the camera steady as you adjust the locking mechanism. The other option is to hold the camera with your left hand, but this causes you to have to hold the camera by the lens or awkwardly by the body. The other thing I don't like is that you have to remove the hook at the bottom of the center column if you want to invert the center column to locate your camera closer to the ground. I have not used enough tripods to know if the quick release is good or not. It can be challenging to set back in place sometimes, but that might be operator error.Overall, I am very happy with this tripod and would recommend to anyone who is tall or looking for an extra tall tripod for specific uses.
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Your ball head could be used on our tripod as long as it has a 3/8" standard screw interface
If you need the rubber foot, just please contact me for help, we can help to send.
K&F Concept TC2534 53"carbon fiber tripod you are asking, yes, the ball head could be rotated to 90 degrees ,if you need video help please let us know. and please trust to purchase.
as long as the gopro has a standard 1/4 screw mount, it could work with this tripod.
For how to install the center column, please refer to this video https://youtu.be/3BvJKWNElRg.
K&F SA254T1 Tripod for Canon Nikon Camera Professional DSLR Photography 93Inch Aluminium
|Maximum Working Height||2385mm/93.90"|
|Max Height without Center Column||1720mm/67.72"|
|Minimum Working Height||690mm/27.17"|
|Materials||Magnesium aluminum alloy|
|Tripod Head||Ball Head|
|Leg Lock Type||Twist Lock|
|Independent Leg Spread|
|Feet Features||Can be reversed 180° and folded|
|Tripod Center Column|
|Center Column Features||Transverse Center Column, Center Column Inversion|
|Center Column Sections||2|