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Cullmann Rondo 460M RW20 Tripod Review - Handling And Performance

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Cullmann Rondo 460M RW20 Tripod Handling and Performance

The clip-locks on the tripod legs are reassuringly stiff and make a satisfying 'clunk' when closed, but this does mean that the tripod takes a little longer to set up than some. 


We really like the leg angle adjusters - these make it really simple to adjust the angles of the legs simply by pressing them at the bottom. Leg movement is smooth but not as resistant as some might like. 

The chunky foam grip and rubber grips on the collar and monopod leg make it a breeze to unscrew and adjust things - it's great to see these versatile features on a budget tripod. 



Build quality feels very good and we like the trendy electric blue accents. The load capacity is quite low - so if you're planning on using hefty lenses or pro DSLRs then you may find another tripod from Cullmann, such as the Carvao 825MC, which can hold up to 10kg, might suit your needs better.

For a beginner or someone that isn't sure what direction they want to take their photography, this tripod should make a good starting point. It comes with a weather-proof zipped carry case and a set of Allen keys which is a nice touch. 


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