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Best tripods and camera supports: 15 tested
Another new trick featured by five of the tripods on test here is a pivoting centre column, which can extend as. With many of the latest cameras and lenses boasting excellent. or for reducing the overall height of the tripod for low-level shooting.
Aviator Travel Jib takes DSLR cinematography to new heights
Bubble levels are built into the base and head, while radial bearings ensure smooth. The fluid pan base means it can be attached to most video and photo tripods rated to support 17 lbs (7.71 kg) while the jib itself supports cameras up to 6 lbs (2.72 kg).
Cullmann bags and tripods now available in the UK
This tripod is the ideal workhorse for professionals and. The camera inserts inside the bag can be removed to transform. full size tripods and the top of the range Titan 935 tripod, a large photo/video tripod that supports a huge 21kg of equipment.
Editor's Choice 2008: Tripods and Camera Supports
If anything, the technology has broadened the scope of tripods and other kinds of camera supports, as this year's very. D-SLR image stabilization is a photographic blessing, but there's still no substitute for a physical support to keep your camera steady.
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Introduction to Spy Cameras
Spy Cameras Spy cameras originally referred to the miniature James Bond style cameras that could be concealed in a pen or a tie. Although the term still can be applied to those kind of cameras, more and more people are using "spy cameras" to mean hidden video surveillance cameras such as nanny cams. This article only deals with video surveillance types of spy cameras, although the goal for all these devices is the same: videotaping or photographing an area or a subject with a hidden camera that cannot be seen. Spy Cameras and Security Many people are starting to use video surveillance as part of a home security plan. Spy cameras alone aren't enough to keep burglars out, but they can be used in conjunction with 1) solid doors and windows with updated locks 2) window and door sensors 3) an alarm system turned on via a control panel or remote. If you can afford it, a system monitored by a remote security monitoring company is also a good idea. Now, if you have all that stuff, you may be asking, why do I need spy cameras? Many people choose to employ these tiny cameras in order to guard against theft from known visitors (repair men, child care providers, etc). You may also be interested in watching someone who is caring for your children or an elderly relative to ensure the care is up to snuff. Also, it's an extra bit of piece of mind;

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