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n5gooner
14th September 2007, 12:31
just got one for my camera. £102 for two bits of glass !!!!
Looking to get a tripod, any recommendations ? I can get carbon fibre ones from £150, but is it worth it....I want one which will give me the option of mounting the camera very low to the ground......

DBA_bloke
14th September 2007, 12:45
I want one which will give me the option of mounting the camera very low to the ground......

What ARE you planning? Perv!

n5gooner
14th September 2007, 12:46
What ARE you planning? Perv!


a water shot, accross some rocks / sand taking in the sea or lake with a sunset / rise in the background.

also mist over rocks & water....

then prehaps somthing more pervy....

DBA_bloke
14th September 2007, 12:55
a water shot, accross some rocks / sand taking in the sea or lake with a sunset / rise in the background.

also mist over rocks & water....

then prehaps somthing more pervy....

A water shot sounds pervy to me :laugh

scooterscot
14th September 2007, 13:06
just got one for my camera. £102 for two bits of glass !!!!
Looking to get a tripod, any recommendations ? I can get carbon fibre ones from £150, but is it worth it....I want one which will give me the option of mounting the camera very low to the ground......

n5gooner - I've got just the thing for you. I bought this before going out to Tanzania, it's light (really light), compact (perfect for travelling), and solid enough for anything apart for photographing the stars.

http://shopping.netsuite.com/s.nl/c.384758/it.A/id.106/.f

http://www.trek-tech.com/content/pdfs/T_Pod_Spec.pdf

from the makers of: http://www.trek-tech.com/

takes about 2 -3 weeks to order