Tripod For Dslr Camera

tripod for dslr camera
    dslr camera
  • A digital single-lens reflex camera (digital SLR or DSLR) is a digital camera that uses a mechanical mirror system and pentaprism to direct light from the lens to an optical viewfinder on the back of the camera.
  • a three-legged rack used for support
  • A three-legged stand for supporting a camera or other apparatus
  • The bronze altar at Delphi on which a priestess sat to utter oracles
  • Alice in Chains is the eponymous third studio album by the American grunge band Alice in Chains. Released on November 7, 1995, it was the follow-up to the highly successful Dirt.
  • A stool, table, or cauldron resting on three legs
  • Tripod is a word generally used to refer to a three-legged object, generally one used as a platform of some sort, and comes from the Greek tripous, meaning "three feet".
tripod for dslr camera - Professional Comprehensive
Professional Comprehensive DSLR Camera/Lens/Accessories Carrying System Backpack for the Canon PowerShot SX20IS 12.1MP Digital Camera with 20x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.5-inch Articulating LCD
Professional Comprehensive DSLR Camera/Lens/Accessories Carrying System Backpack for the Canon PowerShot SX20IS 12.1MP Digital Camera with 20x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.5-inch Articulating LCD
Take your studio with you to any location with this is the ultimate carrying solution for DSLR photographers. Use the Professional Comprehensive DSLR Carrying System Backpack to ensure that no location is out of your camera lens's reach. This backpack can carry all of those essentials needed when photographing - camera body, additional lenses, flashes, PMP, exposure meters, and more! The main compartment is a heavily padded compartment that will hold your body in an easy access compartment. With the padded Velcro adjustable partitions, make customized compartments for each lens and additional bodies. The exterior material is made of a durable canvas material that ensures long term resilience. There are numerous pockets and compartments for all of your essential acessories so you'll always be prepared to catch that perfect shot no matter where you go! The back and the adjustable shoulder straps are padded and breathable for longterm comfort. And with the adjustable front straps you can adjust the backpack to your custom fit for maximum comfort.

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The "Big" Tripod
The "Big" Tripod
099/365 I've mentioned my "big" tripod a couple of times in my conversations with Sue, but have yet to actually show it in one of my pictures. So, having nothing better to do this particular evening, I thought it was about time to show off the big guy. Yes, the tripod is holding all of my weight, and doing it quite admirably, I might add. For reference, I'm holding my sort of "normal use" tripod (Bogen 3021 legs and a Bogen 3030 head) -- the one big enough to be stable (for the DSLR anyways) but small enough to carry easily when I don't quite need the stability of the big one. As you can see, the whole of that setup is about the size of one of the collapsed legs on the surveyor's tripod. So how did this all come about? Well, I was debating about getting into Ultra Large Format photography about a year ago, and I was concerned about the need for a better tripod. The 3021 legs were already starting to push the limits for my 4x5 camera -- especially if I had a lot of bellows draw for a long lens or a macro. So I asked an engineer friend of mine about surveyor's tripods and what to get and where to get them. He asked me a couple specifics about my objectives and told me he'd look around a bit. Lo and behold, he scavenged pieces from several broken tripods and built me this one for free! I've had the 4x5 on here several times and my 300mm f2.8 as well. Stability is NOT an issue for me anymore when it comes to tripods! So there it is: 75% of my tripods used for one shot (big and medium in it, and the little one holding the camera). Now I should feature the "baby" one of these days! Another SP idea for someday! Woo hoo!
Camera gear for Japan
Camera gear for Japan
I'm off to Japan in a couple of weeks, this is all the camera equipment I'm taking with me. This is most of what I have collected for my camera since I took up photography about a year ago. Not included in the photo are my old 18-55mm kit lens and my Velbon tripod, neither of which I will be taking with me. (I don't like this photo, might take a better one at some point)

tripod for dslr camera
tripod for dslr camera
Ravelli APGL4 New Professional Tripod with Adjustable Pistol Grip Head and Heavy Duty Carry Bag
The Ravelli APGL4 is a Professional Quality Tripod providing a solid base for high-end photographic equipment. This model is all pressure treated aluminum alloy construction and is unrivalled in stability. The pistol grip adjustable head provides smooth fluid adjustment to any angle. The center elevator is gearless, non-rollback and can be inverted for low angle shots. Dual foam grips, quick release leg locks, a quick release camera plate and rubber feet/metal spikes complete a very nice tripod.

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