Since starting this blog, we have lost count of how many people have been reaching out for advice on the best tripod for Canon 750d cameras so we decided to take a look at the market and push out this article. Now, we are fully aware that most photographers and videographers usually need their tripod for one of two thing either general use or for travel photography.
Due to this, we have decided to feature two very budget friendly but high-quality tripods in our article that we feel will serve our readers very well. We are confident that either of them will serve you well easily be able to meet your needs without issue. Additionally, both tripods have a great maximum upper payload limit meaning they will easily support the weight of your 750d as well as a large and heavy lens.
The Zomei Z818 General Purpose Tripod
The Z818 is a high-quality ball head tripod with a maximum upper load capacity of just over thirty-five pounds meaning it will easily support your 750d camera body of 1.22 pounds with plenty of payloads left over for accessories. The excellent feature list, performance, and build quality of the Z818, as well as its low price tag, has lead to it becoming very popular within the community. You can click here if you want to read some reviews of the tripod that have been posted by independent, external photographers and videographers.
All that said and done though, the Z818 is not perfect, especially if you are planning on using it for and slow pan video recording or any panoramic style photographs. This is due to it being a ball head based tripod and it is a bit of a pain to seemlesley pan the head from side to side. Thankfully, there are a large number of cheap panhandle tripod heads (Click here to check for product prices and availability) on the market and you can pick one up to overcome this issue while still keeping overall costs down.
The bubble level on the tripods head has been specifically places so you are able to easily see it even when your camera rig is mounted on the tripod to ensure that your tripod is level. The quick release plate on the tripod is very easy to use providing very quick mounting and unmounting of the tripod without issue. Additional quick release plates (Click here to check for product prices and availability) are also available at a fair price if you are planning to use additional cameras with the tripod.
Additional key features of the Z818 includes a fully detachable leg that provides you with monopod functionality when required, a great little counterweight hook at the base of the center column to help keep the tripod stable during high winds, robust rubber feet to ensure ideal image stabilization even on wet or slippy surfaces as well as a quick and easy to use twist lock leg lock system to keep the tripod stable for your Canon 750d.
All in all, if you are after a budget-friendly general purpose tripod for your camera then adding the Zomei Z818 to your collection of camera accessories is the obvious choice in our opinion. The feature list, performance, and reputation push it to the front of the pack and its low price tag just makes it the obvious choice.
The video below offers an additional third-party, independent review for the Zomei Z818 to offer our readers an independent opinion of the product.
The Zomei Q555 Lightweight Travel Tripod
Unlike some competing travel tripods at this price point in the market, the Q555 boasts an impressive upper payload for its weight allowing you to mount over seventeen pounds of camera rig on it! With your 750d camera body coming in at 1.22 pounds you have plenty left over for all the accessories you could think of. This has made it a very popular tripod within the community and its growth is speeding up month by month. You can click here to read some independent reviews from external owners of the tripod if you wish.
As the Q555 is a ball head based tripod, we would definitely recommend picking up a cheap panhandle head (Click here to check for product prices and availability) as there are probably going to be situations while you travel where you want to either pan some epic landscape or capture a panoramic photograph of it. Having a pan head makes this so much quicker and easier to do and the heads are very cheap for their quality.
The Q555 also comes with robust rubber feet to help increase the image stabilization that the tripod provides but it comes with flip lock leg locks this time that we actually prefer over the twist lock variant. The quick release plate on the tripod is smooth and easy to use as you would expect to allow you to quickly switch between freehand photography and tripod photography as required.
The Q555 would make a great addition to any travel photographers camera accessories and serve as a great little tripod for your Canon 750d.
The video below offers an additional third-party, independent review for the Zomei Q555 to offer our readers an independent opinion of the product.