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Cullmann Rondo 460M RW20 Tripod Review

We take a look at the Cullmann Rondo 460M RW20 tripod - a great value option ideal for studio and outdoor photography. Find out how it performs here.


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Quick Verdict

The Cullmann Rondo 460M RW20 offers a fantastic package of features for a very budget-friendly price. If you're looking for a versatile tripod option with a sturdy build and a detachable monopod, this tripod is a great choice. If you're a beginner and you're not sure which direction your photography will take you, here's the ideal tripod.

+ Pros

  • Sturdy build quality
  • Great price
  • Includes monopod leg
  • 3-way pan head is versatile and easy to use 

- Cons

  • Takes a while to set up
  • Leg joints aren't as stiff as some might like
 

 


 

The Cullmann Rondo 460M RW20 is a budget tripod with an aluminium build and a wide range of uses from studio to outdoor work. It has an aluminium build, and the ability to transform into a monopod. This model features a 3-way head, but other kits are available in the Rondo range featuring a ball head. It's available for around £70. Here, we put it to the test. 


Cullmann Rondo 460M RW20 Tripod Features

The Cullmann Rondo features clip-lock legs, with 4 sections. In the box, you get a carry pouch, and a set of Allen keys as well as the tripod with a 3-way pan head. One of the legs has a foam grip, and above this is a chunky rubber grip, which enables you to twist it and remove the leg to create a monopod with the central column. 


 

The legs have fetching blue peg-style angle adjusters - simply press the bottom of it and left the lag to adjust. There are rubber feet which can't be adjusted - this is to be expected on a budget model. 

There's a similar chunky rubber grip on the collar, which enables you to adjust the height of the central column and secure it. To remove it, you can unscrew the hook at the bottom and then lift it out. There's a rubber ring on the base of the head which acts as a shock absorber. 

 


 

The 3-way head features an oval knob which is used to secure or allow you to adjust the horizontal axis. There's another oval knob on the base plate holder, which allows you to tip it onto its side - ideal for portrait shooting. Then there's a large gripped handle which lets you adjust the angle at which you're shooting. There's a spirit level on top of the base plate mount and on the side of it, too. 

At maximum height, the tripod stands at 157.5cm. It can hold a maximum load of 4kg. The minimum height you can shoot at is 41cm and when folded, the tripod measures 43.5cm in length. It weighs 1.41kg. It's mainly suitable for small DSLRs, mirrorless and compact cameras. 

 

The Cullmann Rondo 460M RW20 features a removable monopod leg, 3-way pan head and a maximum height of 157.5cm.

 


 

Key Features

  • Aluminium build
  • 3-way pan head
  • Removable monopod leg with foam grip
  • Can hold up to 4kg
  • Clip lock legs
  • 3 leg angle positions

 


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