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    Default Recommendation for Cheap and Strong tripod

    I have leave out the weight factor. But best is ard 1.5kg for the tripod. Any Recommendation for Cheap and Strong tripod? Budget around 100-120?


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    Default Re: Recommendation for Cheap and Strong tripod

    Cheapest and strongest will be to find a concrete ledge to put your camera. Sure won't move.

    If you need some movement, NEA trashcans also work very well.

    If you can spare slightly more money (within your budget), try Benro tripods or similar China stuff.
    Last edited by mrericlee; 27th February 2009 at 12:43 PM.

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    Don't remember see a cheap and strong Tripod Before. My Investment on my tripod $1800.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicholasii View Post
    I have leave out the weight factor. But best is ard 1.5kg for the tripod. Any Recommendation for Cheap and Strong tripod? Budget around 100-120?


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    use the search engine however take note cheap and yet strong means it will be heavy and big.

    for $140-ish can check out the made in japan Slik U212 tripod + pan and tilt head. http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=450021
    Last edited by Reportage; 27th February 2009 at 03:05 PM.
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    ill say benro a500ex

    for 188bucks its stong stady and best of all is lightweight 1.4kg only lol
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    Terying to remember the words of Master Catch...OK, reworded a bit ...

    Cheap not light,
    Light not stable,
    Light and stable not cheap,
    Cheap, light and stable does not exist.

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    I'm using manfrotto 190.

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    Cheap, strong and light. Choose any two.

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    Default Re: Recommendation for Cheap and Strong tripod

    Quote Originally Posted by nicholasii View Post
    I have leave out the weight factor. But best is ard 1.5kg for the tripod. Any Recommendation for Cheap and Strong tripod? Budget around 100-120?
    Regards
    I was thinking, how heavy u want ur tripod to hold?

    U can check out some Benro ones. in my opinion, they are pretty gd for value for most consumers.
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    Default Re: Recommendation for Cheap and Strong tripod

    Try fancier tripod. It cost about $100

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