Slik Mini-Pro V

Slik Mini-Pro V is a tripod with a 2-way pan head with a pan handle to make moving a camera mounted on the tripod easier. The tripod has a 2-way pan head with a pan handle to make moving a camera easier with two stage legs can be extended about 1.25 inches for added stability with heavier cameras. The Slik Mini-Pro V has Maximum Operating Height: 8.46 in./245 mm, Minimum Operating Height: 5.78 in./147 mm, Maximum Center Column Extension: 1.75 in./45 mm, Folded Length: 7.80 in./210 mm, and weight 0.75 lbs./330 grams.

Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info

User Opinions

Slik Mini-Pro V User Reviews

Slik means quality
“The Slik Mini Pro Table-Top Tripod is all I expected and more. I can put it anywhere on any surface and the camera remains stable. Excellent for using the movie option my Canon LS590. This is the third Slik product I own and would never think of buying any other brand of tripod.” – By Dave
Rating: ★★★★★

Awesome for its size
“This little thing can handle a lot of weight for being so small. It will hold a Canon EOS 5D with 24-105 f/4L IS lens and 430EX flash steadily — in either vertical or horizontal orientation! (You have to mount the camera “sideways” on the base to do vertical shots.) This is a good 3 or 4 pounds of gear, and this much weight absolutely destroys my DSLR-sized Gorillapod. It is no problem for the little Slik, however. Due to weight distribution, this tripod probably will not work for much longer lenses, although if the lens is big enough to have a tripod mount, then it might work. I have been able to use it with my 70-200 f/4L IS both vertically and horizontally with a little care to set the legs at the right angles to provide support where it needs to be.” – By badgerW
Rating: ★★★★★

For the money and my needs-perfect
“I use this for my Celestron C90 spotting scope at the target range. It works well for that purpose. I use a 25mm eyepiece giving me 40X and it is fine. The C90 definately is a load for this tripod and there is some vibration. I don’t use it for my camera shots but it might be a bit light for a large lens on a SLR. Again I don’t use it for that purpose so I will leave it at that.” – By Elkmeister
Rating: ★★★★★

Can hold alot of weight
“I bought this for my Rebel Xsi camera. It easily holds the camera, 100mm macro lens, and 580EX flash. If more stability is needed it has a suction cup on the center post. Of course you must have a smooth surface for it to adhere to, but I haven’t had the need for it so far. I would have given five stars for construction but the pivoting points are made out of plastic instead of metal. But I’m sure the plastic will hold up for many years equally well. Highly recommended.” – By M. Spease
Rating: ★★★★★

“I was on the fence about getting an SLR Gorillapod or this. Based on reviews for gorillapods, I was concerned that the weight or my camera was too much for it. This mini is great for trips out that you’re not certain you’ll need a tripod or will have lots of nearby “stands” (ie. rocks, tables, chairs). A quick release would be nice, but that can be added myself.” – By Bryan Allen
Rating: ★★★★★

sturdy dependable well built
“Bought this to hold a Kowa 20-60x 77mm sighting scope. The scope is heavy and moderately expensive, so I wanted a good tripod for it. This fits the bill perfectly for bench sighting my targets. Would trust my Canon EOS 40 with 70-300mm lens with it also. Well constructed, great value for the money. Not a flimsy tripod. Don’t think you will be disappointed.” – By Fitzhugh B. Lee
Rating: ★★★★★

Great LITTLE tripod
“for some reason i thought this was a lot bigger than it was. IT’S TINY! I should have read the dimensions a little better, but i actually like it. It holds my Canon 60D fine even with a big lens on it. It has a suction cup on it so you can put it on like car dashboards and stuff. It’s not the best suction cup so I wouldn’t trust it a whole ton, but it gets the job done! I like this tripod cause it fits in my backpack cause it folds up so small. The legs extend about 1 inch.” – By Byrdo444
Rating: ★★★★☆

Strong, good materials, small for travel
“This well built little tripod fits in my new Caselogic SLRC-202 Medium SLR Camera Bag (Black). It is sturdy enough to hold my Sony A55 with the SAL18250 lens, together which weigh about 2 pounds. I find I have to have one leg in line with the lens though to keep it from tipping over. No big deal, I’ve been doing that with a much smaller tripod which I recently gave to my son. The center suction cup is actually useful when putting the tripod on a flat smooth surface like a counter top or a car hood.” – By J. Donaldson
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Slik Mini-Pro V Features & Specifications

The new SLIK MINI PRO V tabletop tripod has a 2-way pan head with a panhandle to make moving a camera easier. The two stage legs can be extended about 1.25 inches for added stability with heavier cameras. A compact traveler, the SLIK MINI PRO V is less than 8 inches long when packed up and weighs less than a pound. Like the other tripods in the MINI PRO line, the SLIK MINI PRO V has a suction cup at the base of the center column which will allow the tripod to be stuck on a window or smooth metal surface for a photo. The MINI PRO V can also be used as a chest-pod by raising the center column half way or more and placing the legs against your chest to stabilize the camera.

* Maximum Operating Height: 8.46 in. / 245 mm
* Minimum Operating Height: 5.78 in. / 147 mm
* Maximum Center Column Extension: 1.75 in. / 45 mm
* Folded Length: 7.80 in. / 210 mm
* Weight: 0.75 lbs. / 330 grams
* Number of Leg Sections: 2
* Leg Lock Type: Twist Lock
* Maximum Load: 2.75 in. / 1,240 mm

See also: Accessories | Tripod

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