…Overall, it is what I expected it to be, a decent inexpensive camera tripod that does what I need it to.…
Not sure how heavy is a Cannon T3, I’m using it to hold a LG projector and works fine
It would work but this is a very light duty tripod. I personally would go with a heavy duty one. You will definitely get camera shake and vibration with this one.
…I am still a newer camera user, on a budget, so this equipment was a no-brainer.…It will attach to my camera bag nicely. I own a Cannon Rebel T3i and it fit perfectly, I even tried to jostle the tripod stand (to see if my camera would fall) and it was very sturdy. Camera is very stable and it feels very safe on the stand.… Highly recommend to any novice camera user!
I do believe so. Most manufactures run the same tripod mount screw size, unless otherwise specified. I haven't seen any disclaimer from Canon for that camera so you should be good.
not reley sure what that is, it will work with sutch cameras as nikon d3400 with 18-55 kit lens down to say cannon eplh point and shoot style cameras , its a pretty light tripod . if you have eneything heavier you should get a more rugged tripod.
After lugging the heavy tripod thru my last trip I decided to look for one that was lightweight and yet still sturdy enough for a digital camera and, viola, here it is.…I use a GoPro mostly, but have also put on my Cannon camera and it handles both perfectly fine!
This is really small tripod, ideal for a web cam, like Logitech c920 but not DSLR
most likely yes
It should.. The tripod is light weight but stable... I use a Samsung DV50 and it works fine.
Yes. Standard tripod mount, will work with any camera, not phone.
I LOVE this mount! I was inspired after watching Casey Neistat's youtube channel. I chose this one to be a selfie stick as well as a tripod. It works great as a selfie stick (the bigger version is probably better as it's longer but this one works fine for my sony a6000).
It should fit any mirrorless camera (standard tripod screw), but it might struggle if you have a heavy lens. I have a Panasonic GX1. The biggest m43 lens I have is the 45mm macro, and that is OK with this tripod. The biggest lens I have is a Canon 200mm with an FD mount adapter. That lens sort of works on the tripod, but not very well. The thing that actually screws into the camera is a little plate that the tripod snaps on to. Depending on your camera this may need to be removed to get at the battery/sdcard. I can leave the plate on my GX1 all the time and access the battery/sdcard.
Weigh the camera and everything attached to the camera. Under one kg? Good to go.
I'm not sure, I brought it for my Canon EOS M3 with 18 55 lens and it's perfect for that. I don't know if you can judge if it will be good for you off that but that's all I can tell you.
Should hold that camera fine
Not familiar with your Kodak camera, but if less than the average DSLR should be no problem,
Unlikely. I can barely get it to hold up a small LED camera light.
More than likely that camera is pretty small it will hold my bug Nikon camera for a while before tipping.
I use the tripod with my JVC camera. The tripod just holds the camera.
Yes, it is the same as deluxe model only less cost and includes a cell phone mount. It has a 1/4-20 thread and a leveler bubble. I use mine to set up a projectile chronograph for ammunition velocity.
Not "goggles" per se since they go on your face. The military issue that mount on tac helmets may be adaptable with a different mount. To better answer the question. Look on the bottom of any real camera or other device that mounts to a tripod and you will see a hole with threads. If the mount or binoculars have a 1/4-20 thread hole then it can mount on this tripod. The cell phone mount that it comes with is removeable and the mounting stud (bolt) is left protruding up through the deck on the tripod.
Yes, it is visible in the stock photos. The mount is removable as well and there is also a leveling bubble. This is a really good tripod for the money or rather it is really low cost for what it does. Remember if you buy it that if you over tighten the locking screws it id likely they will break. I use mine for holding up an old school camera and a chronograph. Just snug them up...no cranking needed.
Yes,it suit for your camera
…I'll be using this with my camera and probably be encouraged to buy a newer and better camera for this tripod. Its nice with a level, cushion grips, extendable legs, and the mount that removes for easier convenience to mount your camera.…It's going to be great to use with my action camera too and with my new motor bike I built.
It works great with my Cannon Rebel. I'm not sure about the Nikon.
I do not know for sure. I have a Cannon Rebel and it works great for that camera.