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TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography

Product Code: KF09.066

Overall Rating 4.8   16
TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography
04/09/2019
5
I bought this tripod as the second one because my first one so heavier and so hard to carry for long. I had to pack light and I knew I would be in the water a lot with my tripod with rough. I very happy with the stability it promised for the weight it can handle. I used it for long exposures for shooting night street life. It proved to be what they advertised. I love it a lot.
TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography
29/08/2019
5
Super, nice & light. Perfect for my needs
TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography
22/08/2019
4
I bought this one and the Oben CT3535 to compare to see which one I would want to use while backpacking. I thought those researching would be interested in why I chose the Oben.I will be using this with my Sony RX100V mostly but sometimes with a Nikon Z6. I was hoping to stay as close to 2lbs as I could without spending too much money.Both tripods' twist collars operated smoothly... maybe a slight edge to the Oben. Legs extended and retracted easily. Both tripods felt well made.Pros for K&F:The tripod is .5lbs lighter than the Oben... I almost chose the K&F just for that reason alone because that's a pretty big difference.It's a few inches taller with the center column all the way down. The footprint is also wider than the Oben, so it should be more sturdy. But keep in mind, these are lightweight tripods so they aren't all that stable.Unfortunately, that was all of the things I could put in the cons column when compared to the Oben.Pros for the Oben:Better ballhead- it has a separate pan knob, which would make smooth pans possible whereas it would be almost impossible with the K&F. The specs say the K&F holds more weight, so that might be important to some people.The ballhead also seemed easier to adjust using the knob v.s. the lever for the K&F. Multiple turns were easier with the knob.Spring loaded leg adjusters- I like these much better than the K&F which has tabs you have to pull out and then push back in. Plus, the K&F only has two settings for swinging the legs out, the Oben has three.Spikes on the feet- The Oben has spikes which may or not be important, but were an added benefit over the K&F.I also tried the Mactrem which, while nice, was even heavier than the Oben. If I could get the height and lightweight of K&F with the features of the Oben I'd be set.
TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography
07/08/2019
4
Finally got my hands on my first ever carbon fibre tripod. I used to own the aluminium body TM2324 which is heavier and longer. I wanted a tripod that is even lighter and smaller since I will be using it for backpacking trips. I have not tested the tripod in the field, but wanted to share my first impression. The carbon fibre parts feel decently built. However, it is the same for the rest such as the plastic parts. But for the price you are paying, you cannot complain much.

I prefer to the clips at the joints of the legs to be spring-operated like in the TM2324. For this tripod, you need to pull up the clip and push it back to lock the legs. I find it cumbersome to do it with one hand. Lastly, there are only 2 knobs to adjust the ball head and its base instead of 3 in the TM2324. The downside is that whenever you adjust the knob, you might turn both the ball head and the base.
TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography
23/06/2019
3
There are many tripods that are carbon fiber and will run in the high dollar range up to $1,000. This tripod does exactly what it states, it's light weight and is great for long hikes. But the sturdiness is lacking, you MUST use a counter weight to keep the tripod sturdy. Additionally the height leaves something to be desired, but again the height is in the specifications. I got this tripod for the sole purpose of having a tripod for long backpacking trips and it's done the job.
TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography
24/05/2019
5
This tripod is everything I wanted it to be. Great build quality, lightweight, sturdy and easy to operate. It's perfect for traveling with my micro four-thirds camera.
TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography
21/05/2019
5
 I am a professional photographer and there are times when camera shake even on a tripod would ruin my pictures, and being that I am in Alaska there are times when these pictures occur very far from any paved road. So as much as I want to start a tripod I also need it to be light, and this tripod has achieved both being sturdy and being a light. As matter fact it has successfully replaced my other tripods!
TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography
19/05/2019
5
This K&F Concept TC2335 tripod is really compact, the legs fold back over the ball-head and up against the center column, which makes this a great feature if you're looking for a tripod that you can take it anywhere. It also comes with a nice carrying bag ready for travel. This is a nice think if you need to walk any distances with your tripod, plus it will easily fit inside an average sized suitcase, even airplane carry-on luggage.The reason I purchased this tripod was to use it outdoors while hiking and for photographs of landscape. This tripod is capable to stand little over 53 inches tall or with its reversible center column get as low to the ground as you would want for macro photography. You can also replace existing head and put any head you want.Center column is designed with hook that you can use to attach sand bag, or just hang your hiking back pack to increase tripods stability. It has non-slip rubber feet to keep it steady. Max weight load is listed as just little over 26lb.With Tripods folded length of less than 14”, carry bag and weight just shy of 2 pounds it’s no wonder that it is my favorite to take it to all my outings. And with tripods 5 section legs it makes the tripod pretty versatile too.
TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography
29/04/2019
5
Ive been using a basic tripod for my camera for the past year but the sacrifices I made to have it be lightweight wasnt worth it. I decided to get this one since it is carbon fiber and it collapsed a different way then the standard tripod.I just LOVE how this collapses, it lets the head of the tripod be within the legs of the tripod when collapsed. This allows me to actually use it to mount the camera upside down as well.Great tripod, its my go to travel tripod now.
TC2335 (Orange) Carbon Tripod Lightweight Portable for Travel Photography
27/04/2019
5
Ok I was completely sceptical considering the price point but decided to give it a go. I was very pleasantly surprised! I own a few tripods so I compared this K&F Concept Professional Carbon Fiber Camera Tripod with 360 Degree Ball Head Quick Release with an old Manfrotto 3001 and a Zomei Z818. I was also able to borrow a Vevo and a Manfrotto befree. I wasn't kind to the K&F putting it through things I would never do in real life. Obviously not as sturdy as the 3001 Manfrotto but that's a beast which can double as a weapon. But against the others it shined. Made of Carbon fibre with exceptionally unbelievable weight and easily foldable this general purpose/travel tripod checks all the boxes. It's lightweight, sturdy and looks good. I took this baby hiking perfect tool and the monopod option is the best I've seen yet. This tripod has become my favourite and go to in most cases. When you find a product that can hold it's own against (and in some cases beat) the much higher priced competition you simply have to take notice. My only complaint is I would have preferred a lever/handle instead of a knob on the ball head. I highly recommend this unit. I am a professional photographer specializing in trekking and hiking photography.In the end, would I have rather had my rock steady franken-tripod? Yes. Would I have dragged in on and off rides and through a crowded park all day? No way. This tripod was nearly perfect for what it is: A small, light travel tripod that still gives you a reasonable working height.