Tripod

Intervalock Intervalometer Attachment System for Tripods

Why didn’t we invent this? Perfect solution to keep your “Shutterboss” or any intervalometer from dangling off your camera. Seamlessly connects to your tripod leg and gives you access to all the buttons!
— Gabe

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Manfrotto 410 Junior Geared Head - Supports 11 lbs (5kg)

When precision is paramount, the Manfrotto Junior Geared Head is unmatched. It is slightly slower to use then a ball head, but the payoff is incredible. The three way pan-tilt offers precise control in each axis allowing for individual adjustments. This head makes fine tuning your compositions effortless
— Tim

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Gitzo GH1382QD Series 1 Center Ball Head

Gitzo GH1382QD Series 1 Center Ball Head – same as the traveler version but a slightly bigger base and doesn’t allow for traveler tripods to wrap around the ballhead. Supports 31lbs and weighs 1.1lb
— Gabe

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Gitzo GH1382TQD Series 1 Traveler Center Ball Head

Gitzo’s redesigned ballheads are lightweight, smooth, and smartly designed. They finally accept Arca-Type L-brackets but my favorite aspect is that the smaller Gitzo base doesn’t interfere with our much needed connection port for our cable release/intervalometers !

Gitzo GH1382TQD Series 1 Traveler Center Ball Head – for travel tripods whose legs turn 180 degrees. The more triangular design allows you to keep the whole package compact. Supports cameras up to 24lbs. and weighs a mere .9lbs!
— Gabe

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Manfrotto 190go! Carbon Fiber Tripod

Sturdy, lightweight, and inexpensive carbon fiber tripod whose center column can also be positioned at a 90 degree angle thus allowing the tripod to get an incredible 2.75” from the ground and inspire super low and creative compositions!
— Gabe

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Gitzo GK2545T-82QD Series 2 Traveler Carbon Fiber Tripod with Center Ball Head

An extraordinary work of art and craftmanship. The Traveler 2 is lightweight, to the point of no unnecessary weight or parts. Also elegant in style. Tough as nails and sealed against elements. the center ball head is precise with a quick friction adjustment that makes on the fly adjustments a breeze. Crazy good tripod.
— Matt Hill

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Gitzo GT2531LVL Series 2 Carbon Fiber Leveling Tripod

Not many people know about this tripod but I’ve been singing it’s praises for years! The built in level lets you make simple and critical +/-15 degres adjustments without the need to adjust your leg length in the field. It’s also the perfect height for my 6’ self.
— Gabe

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Gitzo GIGT1545T Traveler Series 1 Carbon Fiber Tripod

I’ve been a big fan of the Gitzo Traveler Tripods and the newly revamped series 1 1545T is my small 2nd tripod. At 2.3lbs, this tripod is always with me. It can now get as high as 60” and still collapse as compact at 16.7”. Smooth, solid, and built to last.
— Gabe
When I need to go light, this is my travelling partner.
— Tim
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Gitzo GT3541XLS Systematic 6X Carbon Fiber Tripod Legs

Lightweight but more than sturdy enough to support anything I own. Note that it doesn’t have a center post; I never use one anyway, as extending a center post even a few inches wreaks havoc on stability.
— Chris

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