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Tripod

Probably, a tripod is the best known stand we know. This type of tripod has three leg sections and is used in different branches of photography. A tripod is the solution when you want to set up your camera firm and stable. Especially in situations where it is important to keep a camera as still as possible, a tripod is actually indispensable.

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Why a tripod?

Sometimes motion adds something to your photo, but motion is usually not desired. Motion blur can ruin an image. Fortunately, there are several tripods on the market that provide a stable basis for your camera. This comes in handy when you are experiencing poor lighting conditions and you have to work with longer shutter speeds. But with other forms of photography, a three-legged tripod is not an unnecessary luxury. For example, when working with heavy equipment, you may get trembling hands after a while. Actually, a photographer can not do without a tripod because stability is an important factor for the success of a photo.

Choose a tripod that suits you

Tripods are available in different types, sizes and materials. So when you are considering buying a three-legged triple, you should take care of a number of things. If you're on your way, it's wise to choose a tripod that's compact and lightweight. A carbon tripod is a great choice. In addition, you will find special travel tripods in our range. These tripods are made for the travel photographer. If mobility is less important, you can choose a heavier and more sturdy tripod. In addition, we recommend monitoring the carrying weight of the tripod. Ultimately, you want as stable a solution as possible, so it's important that the tripod can carry your camera equipment. Finally, note the tripod's height. Choose a tripod with a work height that fits your photography goals.

Reduce the chance of motion blur

Although a tripod offers a stable base, it does not mean that you will never see motion blur in your photos. Of course, this depends on your subject, but photos with still images can still suffer from motion blur. For example, think of movement caused by pressing the shutter button. If you want to reduce the chance of motion blur even more, wireless camera management may be something for you. This allows you to activate the camera at a distance.

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