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[Prime] Manfrotto Compact Advanced Aluminum Tripod 3-Way Head $89 (OOS), Action with Hybrid Head $69.99 Delivered @ Amazon AU


Lightning deal. Manfrotto Compact MKCOMPACTADV-BK Portable Advanced Aluminum Tripod with 3-Way Head.

Stack with 4% cash backs or CR 12% CB 4-6pm AEST.

Cheapest on the market right now. Everywhere else well over $100.

Reinforced aluminum for outstanding rigidity
Easy to carry thanks to its compact, fold-away levers
Quick-release plate so you can frame and shoot quickly
Extends to a superior height of 165cm
Includes padded carrying back for maximum portability

The lighter weight, slightly smaller version with half the payload for $69.99 Manfrotto Compact Action Aluminum Tripod with Hybrid Head
I paid $100 when this was on sale last year!

High-quality aluminium design
Perfect for entry-level SLRs with standard lenses
Switch from photo to movie mode almost instantly
Quick-release plate supports a wide range of devices
Includes a special adapter for higher-specification cameras

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.
This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2021

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  • +1 vote

    I prefer my head with a pistol grip.


      For video work pan and tilt is helpful.


    Tripod noob here but wanting one for a Canon DSLR.

    Should I get the tripod from this deal or this or this?


      Either one will meet your need. There are people (that includes me ;-) ) who want nothing less than Manfrotto and the likes for their perceived quality, design and reputation, this deal is for them.

    • +2 votes

      Any tripod will up your game tremendously.

      That being said, this one will probably be of a much higher quality than the Neewer ones. They're marvellous for the price, but Manfrotto has been around since the 1960s and has a deserved reputation for quality. Since there's only $47 difference in the price, I'd be inclined to get the Manfrotto: it will probably pan more smoothly and vibrate less.

      • +1 vote

        I really hate spending money for a brand but for something like a tripod or a lightstand which I'm relying on to hold much more expensive gear I'm not keen to take any risks on quality!

        • +1 vote

          It isn't just the brand name, but that I have to admit that that's a big part of it. The rest is, as I said, smoothness and lack of vibration, but any tripod will be 1000% better than none. I wouldn't worry about protecting the DSLR because your camera is probably light enough that it will balance well on basically any tripod.

          Given a choice between the Neweers, I'd go for the taller one: no tripod is at its best when fully extended, and the taller one will be more stable at any given height. Also, if you do decide to get a different tripod later, you can always use the old one to hold a flash or reflector or whatever.


          I really hate spending money for a brand

          What does that even mean? Why would you 'hate' paying for quality products? I understand going cheap but not the 'hating brand' thing

          • +1 vote

            @nikoris: Didn't say I hated paying for quality, I said I hated paying for the brand. Typically stronger brands will allow the company to charge more than their competitors for equivalent products.

            If I see the item as quite critical e.g. tripod. I am more likely to just bite the bullet and not bother trying to save the few extra bucks.


      I purchased this tripod for ~$110 (Seller had a $10 discount voucher + Cashback, if it tracks successfully) yesterday, also doubles as a Monopod + I'm 6'4" so I wanted the extra height.


        Nice. The specs look impressive, the brand is well known, though not on the premium end.


    I've always dreamed of having a 3-way head…….tripod (giggity)


      Not sure what you wanted, 3-way head or tripod? ;-)


    Received the Tripod 3-Way Head today. Happy with the quality and operation, especially at this price for a Manfrotto (with CR cashback under $80)!