Tripod for C-2100UZ


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luisg

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Hi Guys,

Need your help on choosing a tripod. what tripod you guys using? how much? I'm looking for tripod which is light and stable enough for my uzi. Any suggestions?

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Why is it called an uzi?? :dunno: :dunno:
 

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Why is it called an uzi?? :dunno: :dunno:
uzi? C-2100(UZ) that is.. :D and when u shoot, it will make some kind of bullet holes in your pic(that's the hot pixels):D :bsmilie:
 

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all replies are not related to the topic :dunno:



I recommend you the SLIK U8000 ... good enuff for my pro 90 ..
 

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all replies are not related to the topic :dunno:



I recommend you the SLIK U8000 ... good enuff for my pro 90 ..
Thanks megaweb!.. heard some slik as well something like u6000? which one do you think better? around how much is it btw? thanks!
 

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Originally posted by luisg

heard some slik as well something like u6000? which one do you think better? around how much is it btw? thanks!
of course u8000 is more stable than u6600 .. u can go to CP to have a look and feel it ... as for u6600 , it is light in weight which is portable to carry it around

price for u8000 is abt $58++ .. for u6600 , it should be cheaper ..
 

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of course u8000 is more stable than u6600 .. u can go to CP to have a look and feel it ... as for u6600 , it is light in weight which is portable to carry it around

price for u8000 is abt $58++ .. for u6600 , it should be cheaper ..
thanks! thanks! megaweb.. mi will go and have a look at it. ;) maybe will settle for u8000 the more the stable the more the better ;)
 

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okie heres the pic



max height w/o centre column is about 115cm and min height is about 40cm
thanks magixshoe, is it stable enough for ur cam? maybe with the centre column up? with additional b-300? :D mi will try to go cp and see see first! thanks!
 

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Originally posted by MaGixShOe
okie heres the pic



max height w/o centre column is about 115cm and min height is about 40cm
this is sufficient height. and its cheap.. does it fit in a haversack. my velbon cost me more than 50bucks. your tripod looks a bit puny but i suppose it is sufficient for an oly 2100. my velbon does not fit in a haversack so i have to carry it separately.. a bit inconvenient.
 

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Originally posted by luisg


thanks magixshoe, is it stable enough for ur cam? maybe with the centre column up? with additional b-300? :D mi will try to go cp and see see first! thanks!
its stable enough for our 2100uz but with add. lens i duno liao...
but the legs i find it quite flimsy.. but must understand that this is my 1st tripod and had no experience with others.. so canot compare lor
 

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Originally posted by MaGixShOe
its stable enough for our 2100uz but with add. lens i duno liao...
but the legs i find it quite flimsy.. but must understand that this is my 1st tripod and had no experience with others.. so canot compare lor
my friend's one looks like urs.. already broken... :) when you get your new tripod make sure the head can swivel so can take vertical shots.. i forgot abt that..
 

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Thanks to this thread, I just bought my first (and probably only) tripod! Gonna bring it when I go over to Melbourne...although it'll look a bit wierd, mounting such a small camera on the tripod...
=P
 

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May I ask what is the difference between various tripods? Stability? Weight? Height?

How is a tripod more stable than others?
 

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