Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Travel tripod options for packing light, part of Photo Gear Weekly.
- This week for Photo Gear Weekly we're at B&H Photo…and taking a look at travel tripods.…I travel a lot and it's always a hassle to bring a tripod,…especially a full-size tripod, on a trip,…so I'm always looking for something a little smaller…and lighter that I can take with me.…We've got Wayne here from B&H Photo…to help us out a little bit.…So Wayne, I've been using this Really Right Stuff…travel tripod, which has worked out pretty well.…It's got a ball head on it, which works out very nicely,…I can spread those legs out, and support my digital SLR.…The challenge of course with a small tripod like this…is that I need to find a table top or something…that I can elevate it on.…
- Exactly.…- So, can you give us a sense of what other,…you've got some tripods that are similar to that here,…that are table top, so let's start off there, actually,…and get a sense of what our options are.…- Sure, the basic table top design you have there,…a lot of companies do it, you have your base,…and your ball head to position the camera.…
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