Then get lost, pal!
The Benro Theta Auto-Leveling Travel Tripod is designed for only those looking to take their photos to the next level.
If you aren’t seriously into photography, this Kickstarter tripod just isn’t for you.
For everyone else, you’re about to discover what makes the Theta Tripod so unique.
Kickstarter Review – Benro Theta Tripod
I recently took a copywriting class where they said we should focus on the BENEFITS of a product rather than the features.
After telling the teacher to shut up, I was promptly escorted out of the building.
But maybe they had a point…
The #1 benefit of the Theta tripod is that it saves you time.
You’ll spend fewer precious moments setting up your equipment and way more time capturing the perfect shot.
Theta’s ultra-easy leg deployment takes less time than it took Elon Musk to ruin Twitter.
(Now that’s FAST!)
The twist-lock legs AUTOMATICALLY ADJUST to level themselves out.
Meaning you could shoot on the side of Mt. Everest, and Theta would find a way to get you a perfectly level shot.
Manually adjusting your tripod legs is a pain in the butt and takes FOREVER.
With Theta, that will be a thing of the past.
But what else makes this Kickstarter travel tripod so special?
Benro Theta Tripod – Roll Lock vs. Free Mode
Theta’s ball head was designed to always stay aligned with the tripod.
You can easily switch between “free mode” and “roll lock mode.”
In free mode, the gear is unlocked and your camera rotates smoothly to help you capture any shot at the ideal angle.
Simply twist the knob to activate roll lock mode, which locks the roll access so the ball head only moves in the pan and tilt directions.
In roll lock mode, your camera will ALWAYS remain completely level.
You’ll be free to adjust the angle quickly and easily when framing your shot.
Benro Theta Tripod – Light vs. Durable
They say you can’t have your cake and eat it too.
Which is frankly bullsh*t.
With Theta, you get the best of both worlds.
At just 2.7 pounds, the Theta Tripod is ridiculously lightweight.
It’s compact and portable enough to take literally anywhere thanks to its lightweight carbon fiber legs.
While incredibly light, Theta’s legs are rounder and thicker than other tripods — boosting stability without weighing you down.
The problem with other lightweight tripods is that they’re about as durable as a popsicle in the July sun.
Theta’s legs are outfitted with an anti-slip mechanism that keeps the legs from tipping over, even in unstable terrain.
If the leg slides accidentally (or you forget to lock the foot), Theta automatically locks the leg and prevents it from falling over.
Plus, a sealed ring at the bottom of each leg keeps dirt, sand, and water OUT.
How much does the Benro Theta Tripod cost?
Come on, life’s not all about money.
Ok, yes it is.
Nobody wants to fork over a fortune even if a product is next-level cool.
Luckily, Theta doesn’t cost $1,000+ like other auto-leveling tripods in this class.
Theta is available now on Kickstarter for a special early bird price of just $349.
(That’s a fraction of what you’ll pay once this hits store shelves.)
If you’re into photography and are sick and tired of wasting time setting up your shot, Theta will save you endless headaches.
Don’t forget to thank them when your next photo shows up on the cover of National Geographic.