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Thank you so much for Julian Baird! really awesome video!
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Mactrem Carlsbad CT62 Tripod in black forest
Captured by: https://www.instagram.com/linsenfabrik/
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With Summer ending, days getting shorter and the cool.
Many people think it's time to pack away their photography gear.
However, this could not be further from the truth.
Check Alex Colucy's amazing shot of Falls colors by Mactrem Carlsbad CT62 tripod (https://www.instagram.com/colucy45/)
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Thank you so much for Peter.
Taking really nice shot for our Carlsbad CT62 tripod.😍
https://www.instagram.com/peter_photofitz/
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Thank you so much for Francesco
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Autunm is so beautiful, isn't it?
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Mactrem 2 in 1 Macro Lens Universal HD Camera for mobile Cell Phone Lens Kit for iPhone 7 7Plus 6s 6 Plus 5s 5, Samsung S6 S5 Smartphones (0.45x Super Wide Angle Lens, 12.5x)
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How to choose the best tripod for your photography?
★Material
Most good tripods available today are made out of one of two things:
·Aluminum
·Carbon Fiber
Aluminum tripods are light, but not as light as carbon fiber, and cost substantially less money for the same size and features.
Carbon fiber tripods are the strongest and lightest, and the material naturally dampens vibration.
★Height
Make sure that the tripod extends to a height that is tall enough to allow you to shoot from a comfortable standing position.
Nothing ruins a good shoot like a sore back. Taller tripods need to be sturdier to maintain a rigid base for your camera.
You will also want to consider how low the tripod can go. If you want to do macro work of low-level subjects such as flowers,
you will need to lower the tripod fairly close to the ground. Many new tripods have leg supports that allow you to spread the legs
very wide and get the camera low to the ground.
★Head
Tripods are available with different types and qualities of heads. These heads are the part of the tripod that supports the camera
and allows you to pivot it into position for your shoot. Some tripods are controlled by a series of knobs; some have a ballhead.
Tripod heads with a series of knobs require independent adjustments for directional camera movement; tripods with ballheads enable
you to smoothly adjust your camera in multiple directions with one knob. Both types allow you to move the camera into different
positions and keep it stabilized while you compose and capture your image. Whichever tripod you choose, make sure that after you
connect your camera to it, your camera’s memory card slot is accessible.
★Weight
While weight certainly contributes to the overall stability of the tripod, try to find a middle ground that meets your need for
strength but doesn’t break your back. Tripods made from composite materials usually offer the best balance of strength and weight.
★Price
How much do you want to spend? Tripod costs range from $15 for stripped-down versions to $1,000 and up for professional models.
There are several good-quality models available for under $100. While this might still sound like a lot, consider that a good
tripod should last you a lifetime. In a technological era where digital cameras are out of date after two years, a well-made tripod is useful forever.

★A Good tripod must have
Let you easily rotate the mounted camera to any position.
Provide a solid locking mechanism for the camera after it is in position.
Have telescoping legs for east adjustment to various heights.
Provide a mechanism for continuously adjusting the central pole of the tripod.
Let you adjust the angle of the tripod legs to fit variety of angled terrains.

★Recommend tripod--Mactrem Acadia AT64 Tripod & Mactrem Acadia AT64C Tripod (photo by Robin, https://www.instagram.com/linsenfabrik/)
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