Slik Sprint Mini II GM is a very compact tripod for use with very small SLR systems or with any form of point and shoot camera. The tripod features Speed Release Lock levers allow for fast set up, 3-Position leg locks allow for leg openings of independent angles, Angled rubber leg tips maximize traction to flat, hard surfaces (and also allow carry on to aircraft) , Foam covered upper leg sections ease handling in extreme weather conditions, Compact ballhead with diminutive quick release plate, Detachable 2-part center column and independent leg spread allows great minimum operating height. The Slik Sprint Mini II GM has maximum height of 42.9″ (109.0cm), maximum height (with center column down) 34.6″ (88.0cm), minimum height 5.9″ (15.0cm), Folded Length 13.8″ (35.0cm), and weighs 1.72 lbs (0.780kg).
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Slik Sprint Mini II GM User Reviews
Sprint Mini Tripod is Great
“This tripod is great for traveling. It is extremely light weight and small. It still services very well as a tripod….I use mine for a plein air painting so it holds a paint easel. It is steady and secure enough.” – By Stephanie
A perfect portable tripod
“I bought this tripod to use with my Nikon D90 + Nikon lens 18-200mm in my travel to Europe. This tripod can support very well my camera, only when i put my camera in vertical position the adjust was a little hard. Easy to adjust with ball head. I recommend this product to carry in a travel, it’s perfect.” – By Franzbs
Very protable tripod
“The perfect accessory to my compact camera. I neede a tripod to take along on motorcycle trips. This unit is 14″ long with a quick release mount. It stands about 5 ‘ fully extended. Not for a heavy SLR camera. Light and portable.” – By matts1050
An Excellent Light and Little Travel Tripod
“I like the discreet angle stops for the legs and the two piece center post. When fully collapsed and ball head tilted to the side, this tripod is about 13.5” long and as compact as most any travel tripod I have seen. The Slik Mini II also feels stronger and stiffer than the other tripods in its class. This tripod also fits very nicely and sung in the external vertical side pocket of a SYNERGY Computer Backpack from Swiss Gear with just the ballhead portion of the tripod exposed. The compression style center post collar nut turns smoothly and a nice feature that adds extra stiffness to the tripod at full height. “ – By Directed Energy
Outstanding wildflower tripod
“All in all, I LOVE this tripod for what I use it for: wildflower shots and some scenic shots. It’s lightweight, packs easily while hiking, is flexible enough to extend and adjust legs for camera positioning in various awkward, hillside, in-the-creekbed locations. The quick-release means you can easily and repeatedly get the camera on and off the tripod to move to other locations while hiking. For about $75, you can’t go wrong with this one! “ – By G. Peterson
Awesome little lightweight tripod for traveling, hiking/backpacking, mountain climbing, and carrying it for extended periods
“The combination of the Slik Mini II and the Vanguard SBH-30 ball head is a perfect match! The SBH-30 ball head weighs a little more and is slightly bulkier, but its bigger quick-release plate is rock solid holding my Canon 7D and 70-200mm telephoto zoom lens, I can pan smoothly and accurately now, and the SBH-30 supports 11 pounds compared with the 4.5 pounds on the Slik ball head.” – By Bond… James Bond
Great little tripod
“After looking at just about every compact tripod out there, I think this is the perfect tripod for travel, if you’re using a point and shoot or a light DSLR with a not-so-long lens. I’m using it with a Canon S95 and with a compact like this, there isn’t any need for a stronger and heavier tripod. The build quality is excellent and it’s so small and light that it’ll easily stow away in any backpack and I forget it’s even there. I was suprised at how sturdy it is, despite its weight. The gunmetal finish is nice – it’s slightly stippled and doesn’t show scratches as easily as it would if it was painted black. It looks and feels pretty rugged, like it’ll last for a long time. For the price, this is a no brainer.” – By Mikey likes it
Slik Sprint Mini II GM Expert Reviews
Slik Sprint Mini II GM User Manual
Slik Sprint Mini II GM Features & Specifications
The Slik Sprint Mini II GM Tripod is a flyweight class tripod specifically configured for travel concerns, meant for use with very small SLR systems or with any form of point and shoot camera. It has 20mm diameter upper leg segments and is specialized for those who value compact folded dimensions and low weight above all other tripod concerns; you’ll need to stoop down a bit to use it, or otherwise have a rotating/flip-out LCD screen (or right angle finder for your SLR). This is a tripod right at home on a backpack or on your shoulder (unpadded case with shoulder strap included), weighing only 1.72 lbs (780g).
The Sprint series was designed to maximize your propensity to actually carry and use your tripod on vacation, without costing a ton. It can be raised and lowered quickly, and will help make sharp images in the typical daylight conditions a traveler ‘on holiday’ is expected to encounter.
This particular version of the Sprint series has Slik’s SBH100DQ compact ballhead with quick release, for the photographer preferring speed in setup.
* Speed Release Lock levers allow for fast set up
* 3-Position leg locks allow for leg openings of independent angles
* Angled rubber leg tips maximize traction to flat, hard surfaces (and also allow carry on to aircraft)
* Foam covered upper leg sections ease handling in extreme weather conditions
* Compact ballhead with diminutive quick release plate
* Detachable 2-part center column and independent leg spread allows great minimum operating height
* Maximum upper leg diameter of 20mm