A&P manfrotto 7302yb

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  1. Nader_D

    Nader_D HAHAHEHHUH ---- POOOHhHhHHCHhh! OT Supporter

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    thoughts? ive read a few reviews and people are saying its a great 'entry' level tripod.

    anyone here have one? any other recommendations?
     
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    i had the one with the ballhead for a bit, i liked it but it just wasnt sturdy enough for me. it was a nice lightweight one for body/ small lens.

    whats your setup like?
     
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    d60

    biggest lens i have is my kit 55-200 :wtc: its failry light and is still below what the specs say its max weight capacity is.

    i will be doing some hiking and plan to bring it (unless i buy a sturdy monopod) so i want somethign that will fold up to a reasonable size
     
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    that would be a good tripod for you if you have a d60 and 18-55, 55-200 and plan on doing hiking
    perfect choice :bigok:
     
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    thanks man :)

    prolly gonna pick it up this weekend! also, was out yesterday for a mini hike in the parks around here, 18-200 is definitely going to be bought :o :o

    im pretty fast at switching lenses now lol
     

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