• Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
  • Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
  • Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
  • Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
  • Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
  • Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
  • Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
  • Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)
Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)

Xit XT72MP Pro Series 72-Inch Monopod (Black)

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  • 72" height
  • Lightweight
  • Padded Handle Grip

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The legs are great and I like the swiveling foot pads for stability This tripod is just "Ok" for me. The legs are great and I like the swiveling foot pads for stability. I like the weight of the overall product as well. Where I start to dislike it is the camera mount. It feels cheap and the screw doesn't stay in the piece, it falls out easily if not careful. The shape of the camera mount is odd as well. Most tripods I've used previously have a square or rectangle mount, while this one is almost diamond shaped, which gives the overall impression that it isn't as stable when using a big lens, even when attaching directly to the lens itself. The main complaint is with the adjustable plate that adjusts the horizontal leveling. This piece is the cheapest built of the entire product and after only using it twice a week for 2 months, this piece no longer will remain level. The screw is tightened all the way, but it still makes the camera dip down on a slant if using the bigger lens. I have to manually lift the camera to get a level video or picture. The lens/camera weighs less than 5 lbs, so it's not like I'm over doing it. 2Cheap quality--cheap price Everything about this tripod is cheap, but I paid only $8. It is cheap construction from cheap materials. But, it works. I use it with my Sony A99II and a 50mm lens. The camera stayed in place, but the slightest nudge would knock it over. I used it as a table-top tripod with the leg tubes closed. I would not trust it with the legs extended. It has a standard plate screw and it has 3-way tilt. This tripod would be best with a pocket-sized point-and-shoot camera. With a lightweight camera, this tripod could be used on location. It is ultra-lightweight, however, a moderate breeze would blow it over. The thin legs are stable, but the slightest bump would bend them out of shape. This item feels like a disposable, toy tripod, but at $8, that might be enough. 3Poster child for "you get what you pay for", ugh. Flimsiest product I can ever recall purchasing. "Pro" series is as inaccurate of a description as they could think of--shoulda been listed as "Toy Series". I measured full extension to the top of the camera base at 46", a full 4" short of the promised height. Maybe they were including an assumed 4" tall camera?? Had to use washers to secure phone/tablet mount to base, as the screw was too long (though admittedly this could be the mount's fault more than the tripod's shortcoming). Wouldn't trust this to hold a peanut butter cup without falling over, let alone a camera or phone, especially if used on a hard surface to catch its fall. Setup return back to Amazon 10 min. ago. 1Very sturdy, and works well I do a lot of timelapse videos for a program I run at my local high school. I like to track the progression of everyone as they complete their tasks. This is perfect for my needs. I can set my camera up and this holds it steady and secure in the same spot for the entirety of the day. I get a consistent field of view, that never skews off in either direction. This is very easy to set up and lock in place for your desired height and preferences. Very good tripod! 5As expected This is exactly what I expected. It does the job. Nothing more, nothing less. The-tri pod is not easy to move or re-set up or establish. Wobbles at the slightest touch and barely holds my small vlogging camera with ease. The legs are thin and constantly leave me feeling like the camera may fall over in any second. However, the tri pod was extremely affordable and I have had it for months now and it still does the job. Considering I still regularly use the tri pod and only payed this small price. I have to say overall, if you are on a tight budget and don't really want to invest heavily in a heavy duty standard tri-pod this is probably the way to go. My item shipped on time and arrived and good condition, i also enjoyed the handy carrier bag that came with it. 3I purchased 50" model and it folds down to very small size which is the only thing I liked about it Flimsy and fragile even for a budget tripod. I purchased 50" model and it folds down to very small size which is the only thing I liked about it. But the legs are so flimsy that I don't feel comfortable using anything other than phones or goPros. The unit I purchased even had one leg extend longer than other two, making it impractical to level it. I'm sure that's just a one off defect but it speaks about overall quality problem of this product. I'm returning it and getting Amazonbasic tripod.Pros - folds down to very small size. Very portableCons - Fragile and flimsy. Not sturdy enough to support mid to big size cameras. Poor quality control. 1Just be careful. It's alright. I noticed a few variations form the old one and the new one and it didn't appeal to me as much. The center piece is just cheap rather THEN when it was solid with aluminum fittings. Be VERY GENTLE. NOT MADE TO TAKE FALLS. I accidentally tripped with it in hand and piece of the leg web broke. So if you fall with it IN HAND, expect to buy a new one. ALSO for my smooth pan and tilt guys, you won't get smooth shots with this tripod guaranteed. 2PENCIL LIKE LEGS I'm not here to persuade anyone from buying this product. I'm just here to inform potential buyers that this tripod is as cheap as it gets. I bought this tripod knowing it was super inexpensive and probably low quality and I was right. However, I was looking for a tripod for a light weight trail camera that will be left outdoors. This tripod serves its intended use.The head on this tripod is super cheap and the legs are pathetic. The last leg section is as thin as a pencil, and I'm not joking. I literally placed a pencil and the last leg section side by side and they're relatively the same diameter.For another $10-$15 dollars you can get something much better. Put it this way, would you rather spend a few more dollars on a better tripod or replace that expensive camera?Under no circumstances would I ever mount my DSLR or spotting scope on this thing.UPDATE: I couldn't even use this tripod. It's so cheap the head wouldn't even pan. I returned it to Amazon and bought the tripod listed below. It was only $10 more and is a far superior product. Even the bag that comes with it is a much higher quality. Spend $10 or $20, it's your choice but trust me put these two tripods side by side and you won't believe the difference. Hope this helps with your decision making.Ravelli APLT4 61-inch Light Weight Aluminum Tripod With Bag 1... stand for a speedlite flash (just to make myself happy that I didnt throw away money) It is cheap but I found you cant use it for anything else other than as a stand for a speedlite flash (just to make myself happy that I didnt throw away money). It cant even hold my point-and-shoot camera in steady state. It is simply rubbish material, just push the plastic red/black covers away you will find brittle lead material underneath: I assume if you bend it a few times the legs will break off. The head and even screws are made of plastic. Not recommended.Update: this is basically rubbish, I have hardly used it since I have bought (realized not good as speedlite stand either which I had mentioned before), now thinking to throw it away as it just gets in the way when am looking through my photography gear. Doesn't even deserve one star. Don't waste your money and end up adding clutter. It hasn't obviously been QA'd for practical use before release to the market. 1Great Light Duty Tripod! Great for the money! For someone just starting out this is a great tripod. I only have one issue with one of the legs not sliding very well and I'm afraid it might break if I force it too much but it seems to be holding up and working good. I will say that this tripod is more for light duty and may not last long for the more serious photographer, but overall a great buy for simple work. 4
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The legs are great and I like the swiveling foot pads for stability This tripod is just "Ok" for me. The legs are great and I like the swiveling foot pads for stability. I like the weight of the overall product as well. Where I start to dislike it is the camera mount. It feels cheap and the screw doesn't stay in the piece, it falls out easily if not careful. The shape of the camera mount is odd as well. Most tripods I've used previously have a square or rectangle mount, while this one is almost diamond shaped, which gives the overall impression that it isn't as stable when using a big lens, even when attaching directly to the lens itself. The main complaint is with the adjustable plate that adjusts the horizontal leveling. This piece is the cheapest built of the entire product and after only using it twice a week for 2 months, this piece no longer will remain level. The screw is tightened all the way, but it still makes the camera dip down on a slant if using the bigger lens. I have to manually lift the camera to get a level video or picture. The lens/camera weighs less than 5 lbs, so it's not like I'm over doing it. 2Cheap quality--cheap price Everything about this tripod is cheap, but I paid only $8. It is cheap construction from cheap materials. But, it works. I use it with my Sony A99II and a 50mm lens. The camera stayed in place, but the slightest nudge would knock it over. I used it as a table-top tripod with the leg tubes closed. I would not trust it with the legs extended. It has a standard plate screw and it has 3-way tilt. This tripod would be best with a pocket-sized point-and-shoot camera. With a lightweight camera, this tripod could be used on location. It is ultra-lightweight, however, a moderate breeze would blow it over. The thin legs are stable, but the slightest bump would bend them out of shape. This item feels like a disposable, toy tripod, but at $8, that might be enough. 3Poster child for "you get what you pay for", ugh. Flimsiest product I can ever recall purchasing. "Pro" series is as inaccurate of a description as they could think of--shoulda been listed as "Toy Series". I measured full extension to the top of the camera base at 46", a full 4" short of the promised height. Maybe they were including an assumed 4" tall camera?? Had to use washers to secure phone/tablet mount to base, as the screw was too long (though admittedly this could be the mount's fault more than the tripod's shortcoming). Wouldn't trust this to hold a peanut butter cup without falling over, let alone a camera or phone, especially if used on a hard surface to catch its fall. Setup return back to Amazon 10 min. ago. 1Very sturdy, and works well I do a lot of timelapse videos for a program I run at my local high school. I like to track the progression of everyone as they complete their tasks. This is perfect for my needs. I can set my camera up and this holds it steady and secure in the same spot for the entirety of the day. I get a consistent field of view, that never skews off in either direction. This is very easy to set up and lock in place for your desired height and preferences. Very good tripod! 5As expected This is exactly what I expected. It does the job. Nothing more, nothing less. The-tri pod is not easy to move or re-set up or establish. Wobbles at the slightest touch and barely holds my small vlogging camera with ease. The legs are thin and constantly leave me feeling like the camera may fall over in any second. However, the tri pod was extremely affordable and I have had it for months now and it still does the job. Considering I still regularly use the tri pod and only payed this small price. I have to say overall, if you are on a tight budget and don't really want to invest heavily in a heavy duty standard tri-pod this is probably the way to go. My item shipped on time and arrived and good condition, i also enjoyed the handy carrier bag that came with it. 3I purchased 50" model and it folds down to very small size which is the only thing I liked about it Flimsy and fragile even for a budget tripod. I purchased 50" model and it folds down to very small size which is the only thing I liked about it. But the legs are so flimsy that I don't feel comfortable using anything other than phones or goPros. The unit I purchased even had one leg extend longer than other two, making it impractical to level it. I'm sure that's just a one off defect but it speaks about overall quality problem of this product. I'm returning it and getting Amazonbasic tripod.Pros - folds down to very small size. Very portableCons - Fragile and flimsy. Not sturdy enough to support mid to big size cameras. Poor quality control. 1Just be careful. It's alright. I noticed a few variations form the old one and the new one and it didn't appeal to me as much. The center piece is just cheap rather THEN when it was solid with aluminum fittings. Be VERY GENTLE. NOT MADE TO TAKE FALLS. I accidentally tripped with it in hand and piece of the leg web broke. So if you fall with it IN HAND, expect to buy a new one. ALSO for my smooth pan and tilt guys, you won't get smooth shots with this tripod guaranteed. 2PENCIL LIKE LEGS I'm not here to persuade anyone from buying this product. I'm just here to inform potential buyers that this tripod is as cheap as it gets. I bought this tripod knowing it was super inexpensive and probably low quality and I was right. However, I was looking for a tripod for a light weight trail camera that will be left outdoors. This tripod serves its intended use.The head on this tripod is super cheap and the legs are pathetic. The last leg section is as thin as a pencil, and I'm not joking. I literally placed a pencil and the last leg section side by side and they're relatively the same diameter.For another $10-$15 dollars you can get something much better. Put it this way, would you rather spend a few more dollars on a better tripod or replace that expensive camera?Under no circumstances would I ever mount my DSLR or spotting scope on this thing.UPDATE: I couldn't even use this tripod. It's so cheap the head wouldn't even pan. I returned it to Amazon and bought the tripod listed below. It was only $10 more and is a far superior product. Even the bag that comes with it is a much higher quality. Spend $10 or $20, it's your choice but trust me put these two tripods side by side and you won't believe the difference. Hope this helps with your decision making.Ravelli APLT4 61-inch Light Weight Aluminum Tripod With Bag 1... stand for a speedlite flash (just to make myself happy that I didnt throw away money) It is cheap but I found you cant use it for anything else other than as a stand for a speedlite flash (just to make myself happy that I didnt throw away money). It cant even hold my point-and-shoot camera in steady state. It is simply rubbish material, just push the plastic red/black covers away you will find brittle lead material underneath: I assume if you bend it a few times the legs will break off. The head and even screws are made of plastic. Not recommended.Update: this is basically rubbish, I have hardly used it since I have bought (realized not good as speedlite stand either which I had mentioned before), now thinking to throw it away as it just gets in the way when am looking through my photography gear. Doesn't even deserve one star. Don't waste your money and end up adding clutter. It hasn't obviously been QA'd for practical use before release to the market. 1Great Light Duty Tripod! Great for the money! For someone just starting out this is a great tripod. I only have one issue with one of the legs not sliding very well and I'm afraid it might break if I force it too much but it seems to be holding up and working good. I will say that this tripod is more for light duty and may not last long for the more serious photographer, but overall a great buy for simple work. 4
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