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    Default Advice for Benro tripod

    Hi all,

    I would like to purchase a Benro tripod for my D80-Kit len | Tamron 90mm | Tokina 11-16 | SB600 usage of macro and landscape photography.

    These are the combination i intend to purchase.
    a. A-058(M8) + BH-0
    b. A-350EX + BH-0

    Question
    1. What is the main different between these two model beside their weight/size/height?
    2. Anyone have any experience using one of these?
    3. any others comments/advice?

    Thanks.

    Rgds,
    Christopher

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    Default Re: Advice for Benro tripod

    the specs can be found on their website

    http://www.benro.com/

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    Default Re: Advice for Benro tripod

    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    the specs can be found on their website

    http://www.benro.com/
    Yea. thanks. I got that url.
    Those are the specification of the product, i am looking more on user experience.

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    Default Re: Advice for Benro tripod

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=201502

    for more info and contact details

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    What i know, the M8 series tripod allow the 3 legs to be folded for a shorter length,
    but you lose the foam grip.

    If you are into landscape,
    i would suggest the new B series head,
    which allow panning and rated for more load.

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