This is a discontinued model, so the review will be brief
This is an abbreviated list. The full measured specs can be found here.
|Weight||3.2 lbs (1.45 kgs)|
|Maximum Height||50.6 in (128.5 cm)|
|Minimum Height||17.8 in (45.2 cm)|
|Max Height with Center Column||59.8 in (151.9 cm)|
|Folded Length||19.2 in (48.8 cm)|
|Folded Volume||185.0 cu. in. (3.0 liters)|
|Primary Leg Angle||24 deg|
There is nothing particularly outstanding in the specs. The main selling point at this point is the price.
The AT114 has a center column and multi angle leg settings.
There are no handling issues with this tripod. The leg locks are nice and grippy as we have come to expect from Induro. The 3/8″ bolt that the head screws onto locks onto the tripod with a nut. If this is loose, it can be difficult to screw the head on. Once the head is on though, there are no problems.
The build quality is solid. Definitely a step above what we expect from tripods at this price point.
The full test data can be found here. The table below summarizes the results.
|Stiffness About Vertical Axis||237 +/- 1 Nm/rad|
|Damping About Vertical Axis||0.096 +/- 0.01 Js/rad|
|Stiffness About Radial Axis||838 +/- 3 Nm/rad|
|Damping About Radial Axis||0.191 +/- 0.019 Js/rad|
These stiffness results are pretty poor for a tripod of this weight. The very small bottom leg sections are the clear culprit.
- Good Build Quality
- Poor Stiffness
If you need a cheap tripod with good build quality to support small pieces of gear, this could be a good tripod for you.