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Tripod Head

Enjoy full freedom of movement with a special tripod head

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With a tripod head you get freedom of movement while you have placed your camera securely on a tripod.

There are several types of tripod heads on the market , each with a different effect or application:

  • Ball head
  • 2 - Way tripod head
  • 3 - Way tripod Head
  • Panorama tripod heads

Ballhead
A ballhead tripod consists of a bowl and a ball joint. Through this mechanism, you have the freedom to move and you can manoeuvre your camera in all possible positions , both in landscape and in portrait position. The big advantage of a ballhead is that it takes up relatively little space. Ballheads are for all types of photography a good choice .

2-Way Head
With a 2-way tripod head you can swivel your camera in 2 ways: horizontally and vertically. These tripod heads are mainly used for video cameras and telescopes .

3-Way Head
3-way tripod heads ensure that you can swing your camera in three ways: horizontally and vertically are two ways, in addition you can also pivot your camera from landscape to portrait. These tripod heads are very suitable for applications where much attention is given to composition. Because each direction can be fixed separately, you can work very precisely. Especially in still life-, macro and architectural photography a 3-way tripod is required.

Panorama tripod heads
Panorama tripod heads are specifically designed to make perfect panoramas pictures. When you create panoramic photos with another tripod, problems occur with respect to the perspective and the proportions between the pictures themselves. With a panoramic tripod head, you ensure that your camera rotates right above the nodal point. The nodal point is exactly the point where light rays combine and reverse the image and to project it on the sensor. By turning over this point, the perspective and proportions will become ideal, as a result you get perfect panoramic photos.

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