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Old 21-08-2008, 23:07   #1 (permalink)
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Any tripod recommendations?

I am going to London in a few weeks on a Friday evening with the group I took my City & Guilds Photography course with (yes, a year down the line and we still meet up once a month, isn't that great? ).

Our plan is to spend the evening taking low light photographs of the London Eye, Tower Bridge etc. We have our train timetables and routes all planned, which is fab.

My only problem is my tripod. I've always used one that my dear ole Mum had used, it's a Stitz and must be about 20 years old. It's not particularly easy to use and is heavy and cumbersome, with no spirit levels or quick release levers or anything, but I've always been grateful to have simply inherited it, as it were, so haven't grumbled.

However, I am beginning to realise that I should perhaps invest in something a bit more user friendly, especially if I'm going to get any decent results on our low-light night in London.

So... not knowing much about tripods at all, but presuming I'd be best off with a ball head, quick release lever and built-in spirit level of some kind, can anyone make any recommendations?

I don't really want to spend more than £100. In fact, considerably less would be useful!

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I have only one really suggestion. Go to a camera shop and see what they have in stock. For something like this you canot get any feel from the web.

I would not worry much about the spirit level. I do not have one and have never missed it but if you do you can easily get ones on Ebay that attach to the camera hot shoe for a couple of pounds.
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I was really impressed with this one :- Pixalo Photographic Equipment Reviews - Sherpa PRO CF535 - . I believe a newer version is out & Muscle750 bought one

I found thisplace to be cheapest, but I would advise phoning to see if they have the tripod you want in stock :-= http://www.bristolcameras.co.uk/adva...bon+sherpa+pro
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Old 22-08-2008, 12:47   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Any tripod recommendations?

Hello again,

Many thanks for your advice, chaps.

I might combine the two suggestions actually. I've seen a Velbon tripod I like, further to your link, Dave, and it's the Velbon Sherpa 435:
Velbon Sherpa 435 Tripod - Best Price at Bristol Cameras

I might take a look at it in a shop first, and if happy, order it up via Bristol Cameras, who are definitely the cheapest by a long shot.

That's great, thank you!

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They are out there, being here in the US dosen't help you to much but you seemed to name all the right gizmos...I have used for 5 years now a fairly cheap brand that had good hardware at the joints,,quick release that really locked on the legs and two center poles with a bag...it turned out to be slightly heavy being made of aluminum but it works great. We have a carbon fiber built one and it is very light but has the compression hand tighten grips for the legs,,,"what a hassle", Oh well,,cheap dosen't have to mean crummy. O bought mine in a camera store from the floor stock.
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yes i did buy one of the net, CF645 i think was the model number i maybe wrong however i took it to Dubai on hols its very light sturdy and is one of the best things ive bought in this ever cost spiraling past time, if u want more details pm me, i also bought a Gittoes Ballhead still got my Manfrotto and 3 way head but for lightness etc u cant beat it extends to approx 5ft 10 fully out. folded about 20 inches long.
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I am looking for a tripod as well. I think I will go into Jessops and have a play and see what I like.
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Re: Any tripod recommendations?

Be aware that the Velbon carbon fibre ones come with either clip leg locks or twist. If you have a preference I think that the models that end in 0 are twist lock and 5 is clip lock.
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Slicker go and play in ur local junkssops then go and buy the same one for 2/3 of the price elsewhere
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Re: Any tripod recommendations?

Aah yes, thanks Dabhand, I did go for the click lock legs on the 435 Velbon model in the end and ordered it up yesterday online from Bristol Cameras. £65 plus £5 p&p. Just the sort of price I was looking for.

Am really looking forward to some experimentation with it.

Will drop a quick post on here when I've received it and had a little play.

Good luck everyone else in your quest for tripods. There's too much choice!

Cheers.

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Re: Any tripod recommendations?

will be interested to see what u think of it Lucy as im after a new tripod as well..........
as a treat for alan of course as its him that has to carry it! lol

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Be warned on the south bank around city hall etc opposite Big ben u can be arrested for using a tripod u can take pics no prob but no tripods. Down to some old law apparently althou plod more like been over reactive.
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Muscle750, thanks for the warning... we'll keep an eye out.
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I was going to recommend a frotto 190 but you've already spent your cash.

And best of luck shooting in London. I seem to be reading far too many reports lately of overly 'enthusiastic' coppers hassling folk
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Re: Any tripod recommendations?

I'm not a great fan of carrying tripods around but I'm going to Japan in a couple of weeks and between Tokyo's neon lights and some waterfalls I needed a tripod. Against all better advice I've gone for the lightest Manfrotto which is the 715SHB Tripod Kit. It is tiny (35cms, or just over a foot) and incredibly light (1kg), comes with a carrying bag and will take my D300 with 80-400 lens on it (only just but I've tried it and it's fine).

For me, carrying weight is the only factor because if there's a choice of carrying a heavy tripod and not carrying a heavy tripod, I will always go for the latter. I'll let you know if it is up to the job...if not, I'll be using my trusty bean bag on the ground and live view!

Let us know how the Velbon works out, Lucy.

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Be warned on the south bank around city hall etc opposite Big ben u can be arrested for using a tripod u can take pics no prob but no tripods. Down to some old law apparently althou plod more like been over reactive.
Can't help feeling it's the police getting confused over the relatively new law regarding demonstrating (the area covers south of the river as well)

One of the funniest things I've ever heard on the radio was Mark Thomas' 1/2hr on his Parliament Square demonstrations. A bit about it here Mark Thomas Info | Articles

Tripods in built up areas? Primary use is for defence, secondary is for holding a camera steady!
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I have to say, Thom Hogan has some stellar advice about tripods - particularly why you should never go 'cheap' on them - at this link

This is the article I wish I'd known about (and read) before getting my first tripod.
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I have to say, Thom Hogan has some stellar advice about tripods - particularly why you should never go 'cheap' on them - at this link

This is the article I wish I'd known about (and read) before getting my first tripod.
lol...I read that article too, right before pig-headedly buying the lightest frotto I could
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I have to say, Thom Hogan has some stellar advice about tripods - particularly why you should never go 'cheap' on them - at this link

This is the article I wish I'd known about (and read) before getting my first tripod.
Oh! Do you think Thom'll send me the $1,400 or so that I've not spent seeing as I use a couple of tripods off eBay - one I use most days (£20) and the other for all my macro (including ground level, Thom!) and many of my bird shots (£80)? Or shall I just ignore him and continue using my rubbish 'pods?
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Oh! Do you think Thom'll send me the $1,400 or so that I've not spent seeing as I use a couple of tripods off eBay - one I use most days (£20) and the other for all my macro (including ground level, Thom!) and many of my bird shots (£80)? Or shall I just ignore him and continue using my rubbish 'pods?
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regarding the velbon 435 and 535 would these be suitable for DSLR (ie nikon d40x) with lens..or are they just for point and shoot cameras?
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My CF 535 is OK for me with a Nikon D300 + Sigma 70-200 f2.8.

Don't know about the 435
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The link says it will take 4kg, so perfect for DSLR.
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hi i am a new member
can someone plzzzzz tell me what a tripod quick release plate is, how to define it, it's my photography homework and i have been brwosing internet for about 3 hours now and cant find out what its used for.
can you plzzzz help me out. i have to submit it today.
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Welcome to Pixalo SLR Camera

A quick release plate is part of a ball head or pan and tilt head that fits onto the top of a tripod.

The quick release plate fits onto the camera by using the tripod/accessory thread and will allow the camera to clip into and out of the head, rather than having to screw it in and unscrew it.
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