- Product Dimensions: 26 x 7.6 x 7.6 cm ; 222 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 281 g
- Item Model Number: MKPIXICLAMP-BK
- ASIN: B0169SORBO
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 13 November 2017
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Manfrotto Pixi MKPIXICLAMP-BK Lightweight Mini Tripod Black with Universal Smartphone Clamp, Black
|Price:||+ $14.02 Delivery|
- Mini tripod for CSCs and smartphones
- Smartphone clamp with 1/4 thread attachment included
- Comfortable handgrip to capture great videos
- Push button locking mechanism for easy set-up
- Lightweight, intuitive to use and easy to carry
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Versatile, lightweight and portable with gorgeous Italian style. PIXI sets the new standard for mini tripods. A support which is as beautiful as your pictures will be.
PIXI Xtreme - SMALL IS ACTIVE
Flexible, creative and compact, PIXI Xtreme is the perfect choice for sports enthusiasts, traveler photographers and videographers wanting to capture their passion in action.
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Stretch your creativity and rely on a support whenever you need it thanks to the universal clamp’s double attachment. You can also use it as a stable base thanks to the self-standing bracket on its back.
|PIXI||Mini Tripod, Black with Universal Smartphone Clamp||Mini Tripod, Black with Tripod Mount Adapter for GoPro||Universal Smartphone Clamp with Thread Connections|
|Material||Technopolymer and Aluminum||Technopolymer and Aluminum||Technopolymer and Aluminum||Technopolymer|
|Closed Length||18 cm||21.5 cm||26 cm||7.4 cm|
|Max Height||13 cm||16.5 cm||21 cm||10.2|
|Min Height||13 cm||16.5 cm||21 cm||n/a|
|Safety Payload||1 kg||1 kg||1 kg||1 kg|
|Weight||190 g||215 g||220 g||27 g|
|Color||Available in Black, Red, White, and Pink||Black||Black with Graphic on Leg||Black|
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There are some limitations to the tripod if you want to use it for other purposes, such as using it with longer lenses or much larger, heavier cameras or where you might need height adjustments. (My Canon 70D works but can't move it to the most forward down position, it becomes somewhat unstable). The ball also can not adjust the camera to a 90 degree angle, it has a limited range.
The legs open/close (come together) but are not adjustable, which is fine, if I need adjustment, I'd use other tripods. On one tripod Pixi I bought a while ago, the leg broke, legs are only held in by 2 short plastic pegs on each side of the leg.
In regard to the cell phone adapter , the one piece included in the package, you can only use it in to hold your phone in the horizontal position. I bought it because this was less expensive than others that did not include it, but I also bought a more versatile tripod adapter. I've included the product I bought in my photos. This tripod adapter for phones is better as it has a 360 degree rotation.
since it's been over a 30 days now from the day I got tripod, I didn't bother to contact Amazon about a replacement. I sent an e-mail to Manfrotto (Vitec Imaging I believe is the authorized distributor of Manfrotto in US). I told Vitec that I bought the defective tripod from Amazon and looking to get a replacement. Vitec Customer Support asked for the proof of purchase and so I sent him the copy of invoice from Amazon. And his response was the one pictured attached.
I was totally surprised they would refuse to honor the warranty just because some "dude" sold this to me on Amazon. It's not like I bought this from some dude on the street. I bought this on Amazon from a 3rd Party Seller. If only I knew Manfrotto has a crappy warranty policy, I shouldn't have bought it from this dude unless his an authorized dealer. Their policy is a complete utter BS.
So I contacted Amazon if they can do anything to help me with this issue. And they took it back, but since it was from a 3rd Party Seller, and it's been over 30 days, I can only get a partial refund. Wow. That was unbelievable.
LESSON LEARNED. NEVER BUY FROM 3RD PARTY SELLERS EVER AGAIN. either if it's a Manfrotto product or not just to be safe. Saves you from all the headaches.
Although this tripod doesn't offer as much as the Pixi Mini Evo, it does offer fantastic portability, simplicity, and rock solid functionality. I have been on the fence on whether or not to buy this tripod until I saw one in an Apple Store and got to try it out a bit. The ball head adjustment button was surprisingly easy and sturdier than you could imagine it would be. It feels light weight but solid at the same time and it is just easy to carry around.
I'm using this with a Sony A6300 and have used the PZ Sony G 18-105, Sony Zeiss 24, and the Canon 85 1.8 with the MC-11 lenses. I have to say I doubted the 2.2lb estimate and didn't think it would keep the A6300 sturdy with the reasonably large and heavy 18-105 but it did with flying colors. Once I release the button, the camera stops moving and is perfectly steady. It is really amazing how such a simple system can be so reliably sturdy. Of course using it with the other much lighter lenses works just fine as well and when I have my camera on the tripod I don't worry about it falling over as the legs are sturdy enough to keep it from tilting over.
It also apparently works as a short seflie stick but that wasn't really my intent with it. I don't use camera grips and I didn't buy the A6300 for a selfie camera but it is nice that it can be used in this way.
You can buy the Pixi Mini Evo for around $50 and I'm sure it is great, but I got this because I want something small that I can carry around effortlessly that works quickly and simply. Manfrotto didn't cut corners on this and it shows in quality materials and intelligent design elements. It is easy to carry in your bag or even your pocket and it is even easier to use when you need it. At $25 this tripod is easy to recommend and I will update my review should I find any more positives or faults with this.
Also, I wanted to note that although I did test this tripod with the A6300 and 18-105, the pictures I posted are with the Zeiss 24 1.8.