K&F Concept 62'' DSLR Tripod, Lightweight and Compact Aluminum Camera Tripod with 360 Panorama Ball Head Quick Release Plate for Travel and Work (TM2324 Black)

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K&F Concept

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K&F Concept 62'' DSLR Tripod, Lightweight and Compact Aluminum Camera Tripod with 360 Panorama Ball Head Quick Release Plate for Travel and Work (TM2324 Black)

Product Details

  • Amazon.com Sold on
  • B015CGRREI Amazon ASIN
  • K&F Concept Brand
  • KF09.007 Model Number
  • Shenzhen Zhuoer Photograph Manufacturer
  • Categories

    Electronics, Camera & Photo, Tripods & Monopods, Complete Tripods

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 9 Reviews
  • Oct. 22, 2018 Last Review Date
  • March 20, 2016 First Seen Review Date
  • 6 Reviewed on Subreddits

    photography (4)
    AskPhotography (1)
    M43 (1)
    MechanicalKeyboards (1)
    SonyAlpha (1)
    astrophotography (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Swap it like it's hot. [R]

1 year, 11 months agoSteeleKinne posted submission on MechanicalKeyboards.
Oct. 21, 2018
1 year, 11 months agoSteeleKinne posted comment on MechanicalKeyboards.
Oct. 22, 2018

I use this, it works great and seems to be basically the same product. Maybe slight differences in quality, but if you are using it simply for some upside down shots I doubt there would be much of a difference.

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2 years, 3 months agoluis_peaks posted submission on SonyAlpha.
June 4, 2018

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2 years, 3 months agoluis_peaks posted comment on SonyAlpha.
June 6, 2018

Hi all, I've narrowed down my tripod choice for capturing stills for travel to these two: Manfrotto Befree Advanced , and K&F Concept Tripod TM2324 .

From the research I've done, it seems that the K&F Concept Tripod offers the exact same features/mechanisms as the Manfrotto Befree Advanced, but it's $110 cheaper.

I can also attatch a complatible fluid lever head for when I want record video. The K&F tripod is also over two inches taller than the Manfrotto, which I consider advantageous. Reviews for the K&F also don't suggest any faults in the build quality.

Does anyone have any thoughts on why I shouldn't choose the K&F Concept Tripod over the Befree Advanced? Is there something I'm not seeing, such as the already established ecosystem of Manfrotto and what advantages that might entail? The Sony Alpha edition has a welcoming appeal to it, but it is just a marketing tactic. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Looking for a travel tripod ($250 ish) [R]

2 years, 5 months agoShallowDOF posted submission on AskPhotography.
April 17, 2018

Hi reddit, i am looking for a travel tripod.For backpacking, travelling, mountain hiking.

My gear is a Canon 7D with battery grip and lens is a 17-55mm.

I have been looking at a few , saw MeFoTo Backpacker and roadtrip which some say aren't that great. (not stable and has some vibrations)

was looking into a manfrotto befree alu, and then noticed there's also manfrotto element traveler which looks more interesting and cheaper. I failed to find a guide comparing the two manfrottos though. What i like about the element traveler is that you can remove the center column and turn it into a monopod.

I will be buying off amazon, so don't think i can find a used tripod.

What are your thoughts? save up for a better tripod? or is there an alternative im missing?

Thank you reddit

EDIT: what i ended up getting, Manfrotto Element big & a 3 Legged Thing QR11-LC Universal L-Bracket.

reasons : yes, im not spending much on a tripod, but will see, i might end up regretting getting a cheap tripod, if it last less than a year, i'll probably get a 3 Legged Thing, saw a lot of good reviews about them. I also grabbed an L bracket, since i use a battery grip and would be hard to take portrait shots on a tripod without the L bracket. (the ball head won't be able to hold the camera),

I was also considering getting another ball head for the tripod, but will see how the stock one is. Some people complain, some love it. Also with a new ballhead the tripod might be fatter than it's supposed to be and not fit in my bag.

If anyone interested in a review let me know, will receive the gear around June. (shipping through 3rd party from Amazon)

2 years, 5 months agoShallowDOF posted comment on AskPhotography.
April 17, 2018

I have and use a 3 Legged Thing Punks tripod and am satisfied with it (center column and 1 leg separate to form a monopod). But some of those newer knockoffs would be tempting if I were looking right now. This sort of thing doesn't sound too bad: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015CGRREI/ref=sspadkdetail5?psc=1&pdrdi=B015CGRREI&pdrdwg=DLxya&pdrdr=MQN5Z163J2E1CH2ZDB0B&pdrd_w=vnoIT

The age-old advice on tripods has always been buy-once, cry-once and you get what you pay for; but for most of us, these cheaper models may be sufficient enough.

Need Help: Travel Tripod for M43 [R]

2 years, 5 months agoSuave-Matthews posted submission on M43.
April 10, 2018

Looking for an all around travel tripod. Something I can throw on a backpack and use for hikes, trips, etc. Likely will use it primarily in low light or even night photographs. Want to be sure it could fit in a carry on for travel if needed.

A few notes - I am 6'1 but realize I'll likely have to compromise on height unless I would use center column.

A few models I have been considering:

  1. FLM CP-26 - Shorter at 47" (w/o center column extended) column but reverse folds to about 15.5". 5 leg sections - bottom legs probably skinniest.

  2. Feisol CT-3441T. Tallest at 56" (w/o center column extended) and reverse folds to 18.9". 4 leg sections.

  3. Really Right Stuff TCQ-14. Also about 47.6" (w/o center column extended). Folds to 17.7" but I do not believe it reverse folds so the ballhead would attach to this folded length. Based on everything i've read definitely the best quality - but is it worth it?

Any input is appreciated. Thanks!

Update: Thanks for feedback - I should note I am all for saving money on cheaper models if they are sufficient for my needs.

2 years, 5 months agoSuave-Matthews posted comment on M43.
April 10, 2018

I use a MeFOTO travel tripod and a KF Concept travel tripod.

Both are nice. The KF is a little large for a carry on, but it fits nicely in luggage. The MeFOTO is small enough to attach to the outside of my camera bag carry on.

The KF is a bit sturdier and has a higher weight capacity, and is also cheaper. So I’d recommend that one unless you need to take the tripod as a carry on.

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3 years agoISO64 posted submission on photography.
Sept. 11, 2017

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3 years agoISO64 posted on photography.
Sept. 12, 2017

That is a video tripod and the head is not at all what you want. A standard 'ball head' is the most flexible and easiest to use for photography. With tripods/heads, you really get what you pay for. This one is an ok cheap option from amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Camera-Concept-Aluminum-Release-Compact/dp/B015CGRREI/ref=sr12?ie=UTF8&qid=1505230904&sr=8-2-spons&keywords=tripod+camera&psc=1

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3 years, 2 months agoJuly 14, 2017

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3 years, 2 months agodmaestas2005 posted on photography.
July 15, 2017

Congrats on your new camera! You'll love it. At first I bought the Amazon basics tri pod and was very disappointed by it. In fact it was the first item I ever returned to Amazon. This is the tri pod I ended up getting and am very happy with the quality. Camera Tripod, K&F Concept Aluminum Tripod TM2324 62 Inch with Ball Head Quick Release Plate DSLR Tripod for Camera Canon Nikon Sony DSLR DV Black Com https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015CGRREI/ref=cmswrcpapap_739rhFtG1QOKY

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3 years, 2 months agobelowkelvin1 posted submission on photography.
July 11, 2017

I did a quick search and didn't see any threads about this yet, so I figured I'd make one. What interesting gear deals have you seen on Prime Day so far?

3 years, 2 months agobelowkelvin1 posted on photography.
July 11, 2017

Is this tripod trustworthy? I'm no pro but i'd like something to last a few years for when I get to try out astrophotography. Or is there anything better on the prime day deals that you'd recommend for under $100?

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3 years, 3 months agoMeMuzzta posted on photography.
June 2, 2017

I bought this one

I absolutely love it for the price.

It's well built, strong, rugged and quite compact. I've taken it everywhere and it's never failed me once. I've had it in rivers, covered in sand, covered in mud, windy conditions and uneven terrain, sometimes all at once.

It's awesome. Can't get any better for that price.

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4 years, 6 months agoabundantmediocrity posted on astrophotography.
March 20, 2016

I'm thinking of buying the iOptron Skytracker soon. What's a good tripod that would support it and my camera (Nikon D3200 with 55-200mm lens)? I was thinking of buying this K&F Concept TM2534 tripod and ball head. Would that be sturdy enough for the Skytracker and D3200, and is the ball head good quality? Do I need something better? Thanks.