BEST CAMERA TRIPOD UNDER 100 - TRIPOD UNDER 100

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Best Camera Tripod Under 100


best camera tripod under 100
    camera tripod
  • a tripod used to support a camera
    100
  • hundred: being ten more than ninety
  • hundred: ten 10s
  • Year 100 BC was a year of the pre-Julian calendar.
best camera tripod under 100 - Pedco UltraPod
Pedco UltraPod Lightweight Camera Tripod
Pedco UltraPod Lightweight Camera Tripod
The UltraPod I is a small, convenient tripod that can be taken and used anywhere. Its 3 legs offer a stable base for your small camera, and the strap allows you to attach the UltraPod to a fence, rail, or tree. The strap is black Velcro "one wrap" and designed to be easily removable. This is designed to be a fun tripod for use with small digital cameras, web cams and more. Can also be used to mount remote flashes to light stands using the Velcro strap. Weight: 1.7oz.

The UltraPod I from Pedco is a lightweight and compact tripod designed for go-anywhere convenience and to be used with any small optical device with a tripod socket. Weighing in at two ounces and measuring four inches folded, the UltraPod I can fit into a small camera bag or pack without adding excessive weight or bulk. Constructed from molded fiberglass reinforced nylon with aluminum-threaded components, the UltraPod I can support up to three pounds securely. With three fold out legs, the tripod provides a stable platform or it can be attached securely to a fence, rail, or tree with its Velcro "one wrap" strap. The UltraPod I's unique ball and socket mount assembly allow you to position the camera at any angle--granting access to otherwise tough to capture shots. With a lifetime warranty from Pedco against manufacturer's defects, the UltraPod I is built for years of use.
Features:
Fits any camera with a tripod socket
Position camera at any angle with ball and socket mount assembly
Molded from fiberglass reinforced nylon with aluminum-threaded components
Fold-out legs with non-slip vinyl feet
Removable Velcro "one wrap" strap
Maximum Safe Load: 3 pounds
Pan Adjustment: 360 degrees
Tilt Adjustment: +/- 90 degrees
Angular Adjustment: +/- 20 degrees
Folded dimensions: 4 by 1 by 1.25 inches
Weight: 2 ounces
Lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects

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SW - Camera bag
SW - Camera bag
Equipment To Travel Light as a wildlife-interested photographer is a joke. What you bring is what you?ve got. What can break, will. So I try to bring it all… My hazy eyes need autofocus. My hazy brain needs auto exposure and auto white balance. My motifs often need many frames per second. After having tried almost all possible camera systems I settled for the best equipment money can buy. The sharpest, brightest lenses, the fastest and most accuratly exposing cameras, the most modern flashes and the finest CF-cards. Autofocus, autoexposure, auto white balance and motor-powered everything. Have happily left film and have gone completely digital, since 2004. The Nikon D3 and D3X are real miracles. D3 can be exposed with very high ISOs without damaging the images at all. The D3X gives better tonal range files and fine detail than any other camera that I have ever seen. It gives incredibly detailed and sharp files. In both the AF is fast and exact and the controls are easy and intuitive. The days of film feel left very, very far behind. The D700 is like a light D3. Same quality of files, but smaller and not as heavy to carry. Still very stabile and sturdy. The D300 also creates great and very detailed files, better even than the D2Xs and with better ISO possibilities than the D200. Also the internal flash system in it is really good. The perfect backup camera, or when I need light-weight more than anything else. The D90 gives unbelievably fine video files, and the possiblity to use long lenses like the 600/4 creating a wonderfully beautiful blurred soft background. Yes, the latest Nano-coated Nikkor lenses are heavy to carry, but tack sharp, crystal clear and incredibly fast-focusing. The new 14-24 and 24-70 and the Micronikkor 105, the 200/2, the 300/2,8 VR and the 600/4 VR are the sharpest and most fine-rendering lenses I have ever tried or seen work from. No haze. And with the D3:s you can fine tune and calibrate each individual lense to each individual camera body. Giving a crispness in detail also with the longest lenses plus 1,7x converter better than anything else I have experienced. VR vibration reduction is often a blessing. I use a wide-angle zoom on one body, a short tele-zoom on the other. Long telephoto lens on the third, usually the 600 mm. Original Nikon stuff only. ISO mostly 200-1600 on D3. 100-640 on D3X Motor drive at as many frames per second as the technology allows. Then I feel prepared for most quick situations. I also bring backup of almost everything. Photography tool box: Cameras and such: 2 Nikon D3 1 Nikon D3X 2 Nikon D300 1 Nikon D90 Nikkor AFS 600/4 G ED VR Nikkor AFS 500/4 G ED VR Nikkor 400/2,8 G ED VR Nikkor AFS 300/2,8 G ED VR Nikkor 200-400/4 IF-ED VR AF-Nikkor 200/2 VR (the sharpest lens I?ve ever tried!!) AF-Nikkor 70-200/2,8 VR AF-Nikkor DX 12-24/4 (for the D300s) AF-Nikkor 14-24/2,8 AF-Nikkor 24-70/2,8 AF-VR Micro-Nikkor DX IF-ED 105/2,8 (the next sharpest lens I?ve ever tried!!) AF-Nikkor Fisheye 10,5 mm/4 (for the D300) AF-teleconverters Nikkor TC-14B II and TC 17 B II and TC-20 B II 2 Flashes Nikon SB-900 and a Project-A-Flash tele flash fresnel-lens kit. Field glasses Nikon 8x42 and Nikon 10x25 Tripods and such: Carbon fibre 6X tripods from Gitzo (GK 5541 for the heavy lenses and GK 3580 for hikes and lighter jobs), with leveling units and extra big feet for snow and sand) Ball heads and panning heads from Gitzo and Kirk. Arca Swiss style quick releases and swivel heads from Wimberley. Macaroni- and or rice or bean-bags. Organically grown of course ? Apple Mac Book Pro 17” Laptop Epson 8000 external hard disk. San Disk Extreme IV CF-cards 8-16 Gb Rechargable Nikon Li-ion battery packs, kits of Lithium AA batteries for really cold weather. Camera bags and -backpacks from Tamrac. Waterproof bags and boxes from Pelican and Ortlieb. Other equipment: Tent Hilleberg "Staika". Stands anything, can be put up anywhere. Tent Hilleberg "Kieron" 4-man. Stands anything, but rooms more people. Sleeping bag North Face "Goose Down" for ordinary trips. Sleeping bag North Face "Deep Sleep" for the really cold ones. Thermarest sleeping mattresses. Backpack Norrona "Beito". Brings it all. Arcteryx jacket and pants. All round. All year. Heavy Duty down parka "SnowGoose Expedition" from Canada Goose. For minus 30 and below. All underware in Swedish "Wool power". Best I?ve tried. Doesnt even smell when used! "SOREL Extreme" - Canadian Army Arctic winter mukluk boots. For minus 20 and below. Hiking boots Le Chameau (long), Gore-Tex. Nokian felt lined rubber boots. For sleet, wet snow and slush. Rubber boots "Wildmark". Summer use. Lundhags felt-lined leather ski boots. Inuit-kamikks of seal skin and caribou fur, for minus 25 and under. Pocket flask, type "Jerry Can" with french Cognac, preferably Remy Martin or Gronstedts Extra.
Istanbul - The Serpent Column
Istanbul - The Serpent Column
Best in large - geotagged The monument erected on the spina of the Hippodrome at Constantinople, which originally had been dedicated at Delphi, represented three serpents, their intertwined bodies forming a serpentine column and their heads, the jaws open, stretched out to support a golden tripod. The tripod was stolen, desecrated by the Phocians in 355 BC, but the bronze column survived until the sack of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks in 1453, led by Mehmed II, who at age twenty one, was given the sobriquet "Conqueror." It was then, relates Gibbon, that "In the hippodrome, or atmeidan, his eye was attracted by the twisted column of the three serpents; and, as a trial of his strength, he shattered with his iron mace or battle-axe the under jaw of one of these monsters, which in the eyes of the Turks were the idols or talismans of the city" (LXIX). And, indeed, Turkish miniatures of the sixteenth century show the column with the jaw of one serpent missing. In 1700, the heads and necks of all three snakes were lost, leaving only the column itself, which has remained in situ since the founding of the city in 330 AD. all three heads of the bronze serpents in the Hippodrome, which had stood firm for 1,500 years, broke all together at their necks and fell to the ground; yet there is no question of their being struck and smashed, for there was not even anyone nearby. They broke with a noise as if a powerful man were chopping down trees, and people who heard the noise reported what had happened." No conquering sultan or drunken Pole damaged the serpents' heads. After almost twenty-two hundred years, the ancient bronze simply weakened and gave way. Camera Canon EOS 50D Exposure 0.008 sec (1/125) Aperture f/5.6 Focal Length 10 mm ISO Speed 100 Exposure Bias 0 EV Flash No Flash

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