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All in all, the Oben AC-1451 4-Section Aluminum Tripod with PD-117 Pan/Tilt Head might be a mouthful to say out loud but it is a tripod that is well worth its cost and does everything you would expect from an Oben product.
The Oben CT 2491 carbon fiber tripod has everything covered if you’re a photography enthusiast. It’s simple to use and fold down for easy storage and transport. It’s so ultralight, you barely notice its weight added to your regular gear. This tripod gets a big thumbs’ up from me.
The BZ 226T ball head supports camera weights up to 27lb. The head has three knobs: one for pan, one to control the movement of the ball and the other to increase or decrease tension in the ball.
The transmitter fits into my pocket, and sometimes I forget it's even there. That’s how light it is. If you’re looking for a remote control shutter for your Canon camera, the Vello is your best bet.
The Thunderhead 55 from Ruggard is a strong, sturdy bag for the adventurous photographer. Its many pockets ensure you can take everything you need along. It’s comfortable to carry and keeps your gear protected and secure. What’s not to like?
The remote has cool feature sets beyond what other remotes offer. The battery life is stable and I love the fact that I can use it even when the camera is out of sight. The Freewave worked flawlessly in all the tests I put it through. I recommend it highly for Nikon shooters who want to capture long exposures, or wildlife, or even get into the shot themselves sometimes.
After searching the vast selection of bags at B & H Photo, I decided on a Ruggard Lynx 75 Slingpack that carries a DSLR and a 17 inch laptop. Boy, it wowed me from the first moment I unboxed it. How much do I enjoy it? Find out here!