Bhai ab to 2300 ka mil raha hai.. Digitek hi le lu kya?
Brother which one is best? this tripod or digitek 550lw?
Very Nicely Explained... 👍
Which one is more better for a beginner-Amazon basics 50inch or a digitek 450 one??
Very nicely explained
thank u so much
Thank you... ❤️
Great work 💕 simple and informative
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Very nicely define
where this tripod is made ?
Is it work with mini projector?
aktu bolo na dada.... amar canon eos 300d er camera... tripod konta valo hbe aktu bolo na please.....
Which is good? digitek dtr 550 lw tripod or benro ka tripod??
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Hi spikes are best for muddy Hill sides and putting through hole on cds if on sand :)
Do you really need the levelling base when the ball head of the Tortoise has the dual Panorama function?
Great video Gareth. Have a look at Leofoto tripods I think you will be surprised at quality and price. they do need a reviewer like yourself in the UK. they have 10 layer build in carbon fibre and price is very competitive.
Been looking for a review on this for so long! Thanks for sharing your insights!
Kase Filters do waterproof covers for legs now. Apparently Leofotos new tripod series The Poseidon has titanium parts and waterproof legs
I have a Gitzo Series 3 Sytematic tripod with long legs. I bought this, because, like your Benro, it does not have a centre column. So it will go from flat to the ground to just under 6 feet in height. On top of that I have mounted an Arca Swiss Z1 DP (The DP stands for Double Panning which means I can pan without a levelling base.) To buy now, this combination would cost in the region of £1300. However, I have used this very hard for the last 6 years without problem and envisage using it for at least the same period again. Most of my work is landscape based, so it has been subject to a whole range of weather and water conditions. It is also very good for macro work with a focusing rail, where often the weight of the camera is well in front of the tripod, acting as a lever on the ball head. The Arca head locks absolutely solid, unlike other cheaper heads I have used in the past which start to 'creep'. It was a huge investment for me, but it is a great tool for the jobs I do with it.
Benro tripods are superb, used to buy Gitzo, but Benro offer great quality and excellent value for money. All you need now is a decent camera, lol may I recommend a Z6 or Z7, lol. Happy new year mate, hope 2021 bring all you wish for, cheers. PS Gitzo used to make a tripod called the "Ocean traveller" it came in two sizes, all fittings were marine grade stainless steel and it was designed for use at the coast and in the sea, they were approx £1,000, I think they have stopped making them now!
Up until very recently my main body was one that cost me $300 used and the most "expensive" lens was $350 also used so I had a real hard time justifying anything over ~$200 for a set of legs.
I use the Feisol CT-3442 Tournament with a Markins M20 ball head. Great combo for my Olympus gear. Tripod weighs 1.15kg and head weighs 598g (and the head is way overspecced for my gear). Max height 55.7 in (141.5 cm) and folder height 19.0 in (48.3 cm) without ball head and 23 (58.4) with. Had it about 9 years I guess and whilst not used frequently it has always done what I needed when I use it.
Snap locks on a tripod are better than twist locks and I’m tired of pretending that they are not.
I Recently purchased a Sirui N-2204SK N-S for $200usd on sale, cant wait to get it in my hands. Most expensive tripod I've ever purchased.
When I spent over a couple hundred Euros for a Manfrotto travel tripod I was quite happy with it...until I started carrying it around on my ruck for long periods. My advice: If you're going to carry it often, spend the extra money and buy carbon.
Peak Design Travel Tripod carbon fibre. Brilliant design, solid as a rock, light as a feather and 100% maintainable. Oh and guaranteed for life
£200 max for me but i am not a professional so hey
FWIW since you struggled so much with pronunciation: "Mach" is a German word and pronounced "mock". I do need a travel-size tripod to back up my full-size FLM CP30-L4 II tripod, which is brilliant. I paid $459 USD for it; it's now on holiday sale for $390! That's legs only; I have a Really Right Stuff BH-40B head on it. Benro is a solid brand.
What is the bowl level head you have please?
I have the same tripod as yourself, the TMA38CL with ballhead and it's fantastically sturdy and the ballhead is very nice. I also have another Benro, same height but aluminium with the gear head on it for macro and astro work. Both are excellent and at $500 NZD each, thats as much as I was prepared to spend.
Sir Thank You Very Much for another So exciting Vide 😍❤😍
RRS TVC 3L MK ll , $1160 US before NJ state tax. On top of that I purchased the leveling base for it, video head & 4 other accessories. I had a cheap Tripod & that is why I went for one that will last my life time , 61yr. old. Me like you will cry my eyes out the first time I scratch it. After I get home & realize I GOT THEE SHOT, it shouldn't hurt so much, I hope. I have my camera equipment 4-1/2 yrs. & not a scratch to date . You do know that you extend the bottom leg first for sand & salt water. Leave the bottom legs extended until you can rinse & wipe them off if you want the tripod to last as long as possible. I went to B&H just before the pandemic shut down & looked at all the big $$ tripods & a couple of smaller ones. The craftsmanship & tolerance's were above thee competition . To be fair , they did not have any Pro Media gear in a a comparable size to compare to. Good vid.
Siri has a tripod with a W at the end of the model ( 3204 w maybe ) with some kind of seal in it I believe. Anyway the W stands for... Also I have seen tripod leg sleeves for sale at B&H but have not used or seen them. It is sort of like a water proof sock.
I just feel the height is bit less is there any way we can extend the height further with any hack ?
this review is super helpful thanks a ton :)
Don't know how much Peak Design pays Youtube? Peak Design products just pop out when you search bags or tripod, that's insane!
Subscribed. Starting out in the industry, and this is one of the best review videos I’ve seen...
Pro (ish) photographer chiming in here. Agreed on many of your points . I have one of the larger Benro tripods, and these offer an incredible value for the money. They’re basic and have less bells and whistles than many competitors, but features on budget tripods also mean more potential points of failure . I think the build quality of their aluminium units is impressive . What brought me here is because I’m considering picking up this model as a backup in order to have a more portable unit for those times where I don’t feel like schlepping around the oversized beast. These things can take a beating and are crazy impressive for the money.
Does it have a cellphone holder if i want to take a pic from my own phone if I don’t have a camera
This was a pretty good review, thank you!
Great review! I've been using one of the first gen Benro Travel Angel Carbon Fiber tripod for over 8 years now, the legs flop around and tightening with the allen key doesn't work for me anymore. I believe the magnesium cam that attaches to the leg has worn out. Now I'm looking for a tripod replacement. (Or perhaps a part replacement) But after doing much research, it seems like many other tripods don't last a couple months or even 2 years... Mine lasted until now, and I do use it frequently! I guess I'll be buying a Benro again someday!
Hi, the name of that tripod is angel travel? can you tell me the name? thanks
I have this tripod and I don't like the central column because doesn't lock enough tight.
Moreover I'd like ti be able to detach part of it to save weight if I don't need al of its height.
The legs and the ball head B0 perform well.
I still have an Benro Go series and I like that one but its heavier too.
Great presentation ! I appreciate your passion and expertise. Thank you for taking the time to create this informative and enjoyable video. I'm looking forward to seeing more ! Cheers
Thank u so much, good review
Really love your genuinity!
Been browsing around for tripods for a while now and finally found this vid lol. Really great vid, thanks!'
Makes me miss those podcast episodes with you and peter too... :D
Really usefull! You've a new subscriber ;) Is it possible to replace the head with the Benro S6 rotule for video? Thanks!
Was liking this video but wishing for a monopod build in like a saw somewhere once… the. You pulled it out! BOOM. Sold!
Wait. One more thing.
Was searching for tripods and ofcourse Tom has a video on it :D
Hi Tom. Great review! Just wondering if the ballhead can be removed? I was planning to buy a star tracker next year and was thinking of buying a good tripod ahead of it.. Plannign to use the Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Pro with this tripod (the 22lbs capacity one: FTA28AB1) . So idea was to remove the ballhead and attach the star tracker to the tripod.. Could you please advice if that's possible? Would really help me!Also, how does this tripod compare to another one of Benro's creation: TAD28AIB2? This too seems like a potential candidate!
If you are in college you can get a great deal on one of these through the B&H student program! I think it is around $175?
Benro makes the meFoto A1350, which I bought in Osaka in ‘15. Comes with a case, with both rubber and stake feet. The big thing for me is that the meFoto in the case fits in a Carry-on bag easily. Try that with the Benro big brother. I think the meFoto is the best travel tripod. . . .Unless you’ve got a hasselblad with 400mm lenses.
What is the model number of this piece?
Do you feel the tripod is too big or bulky to strap on to the side of your backpack as a travel tripod for wildlife photography?
Just a great video! I haven't had the chance to experience it in person yet but I also think it will be a good enough tripod for mine mirroless camera. No paying for double or even triple the Gitzo or RRS products needed.
Btw, this is a very useful and funny video as well 🤣 5:40
A good review Korey and well explained thank you, I don't think I could explain it any better on my channel. I am buying this tripod on wednesday this week and came across your video, I am a semi pro landscape photographer and take people on tours hence the name IR Photo Tours :), the way you explained yourself I thought your sub count said 48k I am surprised to see 48 only, I love to support my fellow tuber so have another sub bud.
I saw your channel on another photography channel, so came over for a visit and enjoyed your content, thank you. New subscriber here, :)
9:58 really good points and review Korey
Nice review, I do need a new tripod so will take a closer look at this. I also subbed to your channel and look forward to seeing more! 😁
5:40 😂 Actor of the year? Great video mate - I'm actually gunna consider getting this tripod now, you sold me on it haha.
Hope you guys found this video to be useful! By the way I forgot to mention the actual price of this tripod, it is only 425$ on b&h, or amazon, which is an amazing price for this product!