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AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60

AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60

AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
AGFA 60-Inch Photo/Video Professional Tripod with Carrying Case APTP60
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Features

  • 60 inch
  • foam Grips
  • Carrying Handle

Description

The AGFA 60 inch Professional Photo/Video Tripod is perfect for any photographer. It features a professional foam grip on the legs as well as a sturdy carrying handle. It has rapid action leg locks and built-in bubble leveling. It has a 3-way fluid pan head and a carrying case is included. It extends to 60 inch and folds to 23 inch and weighs 3.189 pounds


Product Dimensions 4.2 x 4.2 x 22.5 inches


Item Weight 2.73 pounds


Shipping Weight 2.73 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN B006JONYKE


Item model number APTP60


Customer Reviews 3.5 out of 5 stars 97 ratings 3.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #868 in Complete Tripod Units


Date first listed on Amazon January 6, 2012


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Features

  • 60 inch
  • foam Grips
  • Carrying Handle

Description

The AGFA 60 inch Professional Photo/Video Tripod is perfect for any photographer. It features a professional foam grip on the legs as well as a sturdy carrying handle. It has rapid action leg locks and built-in bubble leveling. It has a 3-way fluid pan head and a carrying case is included. It extends to 60 inch and folds to 23 inch and weighs 3.189 pounds


Product Dimensions 4.2 x 4.2 x 22.5 inches


Item Weight 2.73 pounds


Shipping Weight 2.73 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN B006JONYKE


Item model number APTP60


Customer Reviews 3.5 out of 5 stars 97 ratings 3.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #868 in Complete Tripod Units


Date first listed on Amazon January 6, 2012


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 60 inch
  • foam Grips
  • Carrying Handle

Description

The AGFA 60 inch Professional Photo/Video Tripod is perfect for any photographer. It features a professional foam grip on the legs as well as a sturdy carrying handle. It has rapid action leg locks and built-in bubble leveling. It has a 3-way fluid pan head and a carrying case is included. It extends to 60 inch and folds to 23 inch and weighs 3.189 pounds


Product Dimensions 4.2 x 4.2 x 22.5 inches


Item Weight 2.73 pounds


Shipping Weight 2.73 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN B006JONYKE


Item model number APTP60


Customer Reviews 3.5 out of 5 stars 97 ratings 3.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #868 in Complete Tripod Units


Date first listed on Amazon January 6, 2012


abunda_amazon_reviews We’ve traveled with this Agfa tripod along with our much-more-expensive Manfrotto carbon-fiber tripod on our two European trips and so far the Agfa is limited but not bad. The Agfa is sufficient for our small-size photo and video gears, including our iPhones with a clamp mount. But just barely usable for our DSLRs, depending on the camera models. It’s wobbly for our heavy DSLR bodies (Nikon D800, D750), except for the most compact non-extended configuration (folded to one single segment), and even then the cameras will flop over in vertical position. On the other hand with our much lighter Nikon D3200 DSLR, it’s workable in horizontal and extended configurations up to about 4 segments (about 2.5 feet high) with our heavy Nikon lenses (14-24mm F2.8 and 24-70mm F2.8), down to a few seconds of exposure times (shutter speeds), with little camera/tripod shakes verified at actual-pixel resolution (in no-wind and flat-surface conditions of course). While this extension may not be high enough (perhaps not any good) for taking portrait or body-length shots, it served well for many conditions of our landscape and night-time shots. The longer zoom lens configuration had a tendency to tip forward so we had to be careful to rotate the Agfa with one leg in front to prevent tipping. Summary: Good size and weight to travel with but one must be very careful with DSLRs and lenses.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2014;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;4 *s for light travel weight and compactness, 3 *s for DSLR usability;;chewey;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2SJC28NCEET8R/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B006JONYKE;;;This is a great 50" tripod! It has all sorts of adjustments and also has a nice bubble level in the front so you know its level at least from side to side. It also includes a nice carry bag with a shoulder strap. It also is VERY lightweight. The legs are a 3 piece design with the ability to adjust them for height with pinch clips. I mean 3 piece design by, to extend it you just simply undo the pinch clips and the legs slide out from one another. As for the quality for $14, it's really well. There are better quality ones out there but for $14 I am not complaining. There are parts that are really cheap but if you take care of it and not throw it around it will last you a long time.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 3, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great product!;;Shane&Ashley Richard;;/gp/customer-reviews/R37NCJBHI1C7JQ/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B006JONYKE;;;Looking for a travel tripod that is very short collapsed but not a table top; light enough and short enough to put in my bag and carry as my standard set of equipment. This tripod gets down to just under 11 inches; or you can take the pan head off and it is 10 1/4". This is short enough for either of my travel bags. Although it's a bit wobbly, I have had great success with it when using a timed or external shutter release. Run a cord to the ground and use you foot to hold it down, and it stabilizes well. There are two problems with this tripod. First, the pan head is small and flimsy, and doesn't lock the tilt very well. A large camera will drift up or down. Second, it is nearly impossible to level the camera with the horizon. Although it is possible to open fewer than all 8 sections on any leg, the legs do not have fine adjustment on the length, . And the legs really need to be spread out to be stable. So there is not enough flexibility to get a precise level. You can attach a ball head onto the pan head, and put the camera on the ball head; that solves the leveling issue but not the drift issue, and adds weight. What I did was remove the pan head and attach the ball head directly to the tripod legs. I used a 1/4-20 x 3/8 Socket Cap Screw, a Heavy Duty 1/4" Female to 3/8" Male Bushing Adapter, and a Redged Professional R-0 Ball Head. This holds my Panasonic FZ-200 without problem. And I've even used it to hold the FZ-200 with 1.7x tele adapter, but with a tripod mount ring attached to the adapter tube to balance weight. Total cost for this modified tripod is less than $60. And it's light, long, and sturdy enough to use as an extender arm as well (with a remote shutter release). Now my standard kit is the camera, a filter pouch (with polarizer, ND400, ND8, graduated ND, +3 macro), remote shutter release, extra battery, ball head and modified tripod legs, and Metz 28 CS-2 with Ultra-Pod. Super compact, light, and ready for nearly any kind of shot. If you like this kind of photography, then this is the tripod to get.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2013;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Legs can be used to make a great travel tripod;;J. Isaacs;;/gp/customer-reviews/RNCA3VKZY0II0/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B006JONYKE

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By chewey - Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2014
4 *s for light travel weight and compactness, 3 *s for DSLR usability
We’ve traveled with this Agfa tripod along with our much-more-expensive Manfrotto carbon-fiber tripod on our two European trips and so far the Agfa is limited but not bad. The Agfa is sufficient for our small-size photo and video gears, including our iPhones with a clamp mount. But just barely usable for our DSLRs, depending on the camera models. It’s wobbly for our heavy DSLR bodies (Nikon D800, D750), except for the most compact non-extended configuration (folded to one single segment), and even then the cameras will flop over in vertical position. On the other hand with our much lighter Nikon D3200 DSLR, it’s workable in horizontal and extended configurations up to about 4 segments (about 2.5 feet high) with our heavy Nikon lenses (14-24mm F2.8 and 24-70mm F2.8), down to a few seconds of exposure times (shutter speeds), with little camera/tripod shakes verified at actual-pixel resolution (in no-wind and flat-surface conditions of course). While this extension may not be high enough (perhaps not any good) for taking portrait or body-length shots, it served well for many conditions of our landscape and night-time shots. The longer zoom lens configuration had a tendency to tip forward so we had to be careful to rotate the Agfa with one leg in front to prevent tipping. Summary: Good size and weight to travel with but one must be very careful with DSLRs and lenses.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Shane&Ashley Richard - Reviewed in the United States on June 3, 2018
Great product!
This is a great 50" tripod! It has all sorts of adjustments and also has a nice bubble level in the front so you know its level at least from side to side. It also includes a nice carry bag with a shoulder strap. It also is VERY lightweight. The legs are a 3 piece design with the ability to adjust them for height with pinch clips. I mean 3 piece design by, to extend it you just simply undo the pinch clips and the legs slide out from one another. As for the quality for $14, it's really well. There are better quality ones out there but for $14 I am not complaining. There are parts that are really cheap but if you take care of it and not throw it around it will last you a long time.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Isaacs - Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2013
Legs can be used to make a great travel tripod
Looking for a travel tripod that is very short collapsed but not a table top; light enough and short enough to put in my bag and carry as my standard set of equipment. This tripod gets down to just under 11 inches; or you can take the pan head off and it is 10 1/4". This is short enough for either of my travel bags. Although it's a bit wobbly, I have had great success with it when using a timed or external shutter release. Run a cord to the ground and use you foot to hold it down, and it stabilizes well. There are two problems with this tripod. First, the pan head is small and flimsy, and doesn't lock the tilt very well. A large camera will drift up or down. Second, it is nearly impossible to level the camera with the horizon. Although it is possible to open fewer than all 8 sections on any leg, the legs do not have fine adjustment on the length, . And the legs really need to be spread out to be stable. So there is not enough flexibility to get a precise level. You can attach a ball head onto the pan head, and put the camera on the ball head; that solves the leveling issue but not the drift issue, and adds weight. What I did was remove the pan head and attach the ball head directly to the tripod legs. I used a 1/4-20 x 3/8 Socket Cap Screw, a Heavy Duty 1/4" Female to 3/8" Male Bushing Adapter, and a Redged Professional R-0 Ball Head. This holds my Panasonic FZ-200 without problem. And I've even used it to hold the FZ-200 with 1.7x tele adapter, but with a tripod mount ring attached to the adapter tube to balance weight. Total cost for this modified tripod is less than $60. And it's light, long, and sturdy enough to use as an extender arm as well (with a remote shutter release). Now my standard kit is the camera, a filter pouch (with polarizer, ND400, ND8, graduated ND, +3 macro), remote shutter release, extra battery, ball head and modified tripod legs, and Metz 28 CS-2 with Ultra-Pod. Super compact, light, and ready for nearly any kind of shot. If you like this kind of photography, then this is the tripod to get.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By chewey - Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2014
4 *s for light travel weight and compactness, 3 *s for DSLR usability
We’ve traveled with this Agfa tripod along with our much-more-expensive Manfrotto carbon-fiber tripod on our two European trips and so far the Agfa is limited but not bad. The Agfa is sufficient for our small-size photo and video gears, including our iPhones with a clamp mount. But just barely usable for our DSLRs, depending on the camera models. It’s wobbly for our heavy DSLR bodies (Nikon D800, D750), except for the most compact non-extended configuration (folded to one single segment), and even then the cameras will flop over in vertical position. On the other hand with our much lighter Nikon D3200 DSLR, it’s workable in horizontal and extended configurations up to about 4 segments (about 2.5 feet high) with our heavy Nikon lenses (14-24mm F2.8 and 24-70mm F2.8), down to a few seconds of exposure times (shutter speeds), with little camera/tripod shakes verified at actual-pixel resolution (in no-wind and flat-surface conditions of course). While this extension may not be high enough (perhaps not any good) for taking portrait or body-length shots, it served well for many conditions of our landscape and night-time shots. The longer zoom lens configuration had a tendency to tip forward so we had to be careful to rotate the Agfa with one leg in front to prevent tipping. Summary: Good size and weight to travel with but one must be very careful with DSLRs and lenses.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Shane&Ashley Richard - Reviewed in the United States on June 3, 2018
Great product!
This is a great 50" tripod! It has all sorts of adjustments and also has a nice bubble level in the front so you know its level at least from side to side. It also includes a nice carry bag with a shoulder strap. It also is VERY lightweight. The legs are a 3 piece design with the ability to adjust them for height with pinch clips. I mean 3 piece design by, to extend it you just simply undo the pinch clips and the legs slide out from one another. As for the quality for $14, it's really well. There are better quality ones out there but for $14 I am not complaining. There are parts that are really cheap but if you take care of it and not throw it around it will last you a long time.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Isaacs - Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2013
Legs can be used to make a great travel tripod
Looking for a travel tripod that is very short collapsed but not a table top; light enough and short enough to put in my bag and carry as my standard set of equipment. This tripod gets down to just under 11 inches; or you can take the pan head off and it is 10 1/4". This is short enough for either of my travel bags. Although it's a bit wobbly, I have had great success with it when using a timed or external shutter release. Run a cord to the ground and use you foot to hold it down, and it stabilizes well. There are two problems with this tripod. First, the pan head is small and flimsy, and doesn't lock the tilt very well. A large camera will drift up or down. Second, it is nearly impossible to level the camera with the horizon. Although it is possible to open fewer than all 8 sections on any leg, the legs do not have fine adjustment on the length, . And the legs really need to be spread out to be stable. So there is not enough flexibility to get a precise level. You can attach a ball head onto the pan head, and put the camera on the ball head; that solves the leveling issue but not the drift issue, and adds weight. What I did was remove the pan head and attach the ball head directly to the tripod legs. I used a 1/4-20 x 3/8 Socket Cap Screw, a Heavy Duty 1/4" Female to 3/8" Male Bushing Adapter, and a Redged Professional R-0 Ball Head. This holds my Panasonic FZ-200 without problem. And I've even used it to hold the FZ-200 with 1.7x tele adapter, but with a tripod mount ring attached to the adapter tube to balance weight. Total cost for this modified tripod is less than $60. And it's light, long, and sturdy enough to use as an extender arm as well (with a remote shutter release). Now my standard kit is the camera, a filter pouch (with polarizer, ND400, ND8, graduated ND, +3 macro), remote shutter release, extra battery, ball head and modified tripod legs, and Metz 28 CS-2 with Ultra-Pod. Super compact, light, and ready for nearly any kind of shot. If you like this kind of photography, then this is the tripod to get.