Pack this TravelLite Pro tripod in your bag for better photography sessions. Its reverse folding system makes it compact enough for travel, and twist-lock leg locks ensure easy setup. This TravelLite Pro tripod has leg angle adjustment latches for shooting at almost any angle and rubber-tipped feet that provide a secure stand for your equipment.
Compatible with most camcorders and cameras up to 6.6 lbs.
To prevent camera shake.
For lightweight transportation and sturdy camera support. Allows for multiple leg angles and for reverse folding.
Reverse folding legs
Makes tripod more compact for easy transport.
5 leg sections and twist lock leg locks
Can set up quickly and easily.
Non-marring rubber tipped feet
Allow for steady and secure placement.
Quick Release System
Makes mounting and unmounting the camera fast and easy.
Adjustable height from 14.3" to 63"
Lets you place your camera or camcorder at an ideal level.
A:AnswerIt is compatible with any camera with a 3/8 in. socket on the bottom, so, yes, it should work with your Canon 6D. If you're using a 100-400 mm lens you will probably need to add some weight on the hook below the center post to keep it from tipping over. It's sturdy, but lightweight; and, with the legs fully extended, it has a high center of gravity.
A:AnswerThat's the same camera I use on mine. I'm pretty sure that I read a weight limit somewhere of six pounds on the tripod, and the camera is about three and a half. It works well for my purposes. Usually I'm present behind the camera, trying to keep a wildlife subject in the viewfinder. It doesn't tip or seem unstable, but I'm not so sure I'd trust it not to drift downward if left untouched outdoors for a lengthier sequence. It does that on my larger video tripod. I think the "fix" isn't in getting a different tripod but rather in getting a longer mounting platform to better balance the lens when extended.
A:AnswerIn theory, yes. The head can be swiveled to point the camera straight down. However, this is a lightweight tripod and hanging a heavy camera and lens off-center from the central post will likely cause it to tip over. It has an accessory hook under the center post and you can hang something heavy off of that to offset the weight of the camera, but I'd still be wary of it tipping.
A:AnswerYou basically have to make it fit. There is a spot on the plastic and there is a shape kind of dot that will match the plastic. Once you have done that, you can push it back in. I struggled for a bit but once you figure it out is an easy fix. The tripod is nice but there are a few minor things that can be a pain in the butt. Just make sure the plastic match then once you know what are you doing it’s easy although it can make you regret getting the tripod.
Also, make sure you use the case that comes with the tripod. The knobs can come undone, by the time you realized it, they can be gone. It happened to me and I looked online and even called bestbuy to see if I can get them. No luck!! I was able to find one on the ground outside my house but I am still missing one. I ended up buying a another tripod same brand. I still like the tripod tho but they do can be a pain.