In this article, we will be going over what we are the three best tripods for Nikon d7200 cameras currently available on the market right now. We have tried to choose tripods that will meet the vast majority, if not all of your needs to remove the need to purchase multiple items as we feel general use tripods tend to be better than specialist ones.
Additionally, we have tried to keep all of the tripods within the budget range of our readers while also selecting products that already have an excellent existing reputation within both the photography and videography community.
The Zomei Z699C Tripod
The ball head on the Z699C offers users a quick and easy way to smoothly rotate their d7200 through three hundred and sixty degrees once mounted on the tripod. The quick release plate on the tripod allows you to quickly and easily mount or demount your d7200 as and when required too with minimal faffing around or time wastings. The bubble level on the head also makes it easy to keep your slow video pans or panoramic photographs level when rotating the tripod head.
All in all, this is an excellent Nikon d7200 tripod mount that will be able to eliminate camera shake during landscape photography or portrait photography with minimal effort. It can easily support your d7200s camera body, even with a long and heavy telephoto lens mounted on it.
The maximum height of the Z699C is around 60 inches/ 152 cm when fully extended and the stability hook on the center column on the tripod allows you to add additional weight to increase stability. In total, the tripods load capacity is around 15 points or 7kgs offering plenty of additional weight after mounting your d7200 for accessories or counterweights if needed.
The video below offers an additional third-party, independent review for the Zomei Z699C to offer our readers an independent opinion of the product.
The Manfrotto 290 Xtra 3-Way Head Kit
Next up on our list, we have the Manfrotto 290 Xtra 3-Way Head Kit (Click here to check for product prices and availability). As you would expect with this tripod being from Manfrotto, it has an excellent reputation but in our opinion, Manfrotto overcharge and under deliver compared to some of the other brands now on the market like Zomei.
That said, if you have the money then the Manfrotto 290 is a solid tripod for your Nikon d7200 as well as any other DSLR cameras or mirrorless camera that you have in your collection. The panhandle on the tripod head allows you to quickly and easily pan the head extremely smoothly allowing for very smooth video footage with excellent image quality.
The Manfrotto 290 is available as either an aluminum or a carbon fiber tripod with both having their advantages and disadvantages but in our opinion, for the majority of our readers either version will be able to meet your needs. The quick release plate on the tripod is also very easy to use allowing you to mount it on your camera within seconds and then within seconds either mount or dismount the camera from your tripod.
The maximum height of the Manfrotto 290 is around 63.2 inches when fully extended allowing for a very stable platform. The legs are also fully adjustable so you are able to set it up to get the perfect photograph as required.
The Zomei Q555 Tripod
The Zomei Q555 has been designed to be as lightweight and as travel-friendly as possible being lighter than many of the popular carbon fiber tripods currently on the market right now. It is an all-around good tripod that will make an ideal travel companion for your d7200 to help improve your photographs as much as possible.
Although it is designed to be a very lightweight tripod it has all the functionality and features that you would expect while being very budget friendly. The center column comes with a counterweight hook as standard to allow you to add additional weight to the tripod to help secure it in place when taking photographs in windy locations.
The Zomei Q555 is able to extend to a maximum height of around 62.5 inches in total being tall enough for all types of photography. The rubber feet are very effective considering the price of the tripod and offer a very stable grip for the lefts to stay firm.
The video below offers an additional third-party, independent review for the Zomei Q555 to offer our readers an independent opinion of the product.