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Hi, I am Jean-Francois O’Kane. I am the Studio Coach. Today, I want to talk to you about the Cameron Tripods. It is a new line of three moles of Tripod and they either full carbon or Hybrid. The full carbon means that all the legs of the Tripod are in carbon fiber. The Hybrid is made so the first pole is made of aluminum and the basic poles are in carbon fiber giving strength and light weight.
They all have the same futures though in operation. First is the footlight. On the leg, you just to flip that allow to raise or lower the Tripod. The centric column is rapid action. There is a color here that will allow you to raise and lower the center column. All the legs are protected with neoprene so the leg will not bump and you have thermal protection for your hands to carry the Tripod even in the worse north weathers. The leg angle itself can be adjusted through a little button, it is a flip switch that you lift, you adjust and you back to lock. So the leg can be use in any available position up to fully horizontal.
And as a last future, you have a spirit level and a compass directly built it to the Tripod. In the box, two more accessories are included. First, a ball head. An incredible ball head for the price of the Tripod, you have an included aluminum type ball head, very smooth presentation and three setting allowing you to give all the movements from panning and all movements of the camera itself. It comes with the locking plate to remove the camera without moving the Tripod. And you also have a carry bag which is included in all the Tripod also.
You can upgrade your Cameron Tripod or any Tripod to rules roils by adding Photo Clam Ball Head. Photo Clam Ball Head is the most advance technological piece of art work to put on a Tripod. It is aluminum cast, housing an aluminum ball held in the Teflon shield giving the smoothes movement you could ever have thought in a ball head. The ball head is adjustable through two buttons only. One is for panning and the other one is for all the movements of the head. Side way, front back and even full vertical on the top of the head, there is quick release plate to change the camera or lenses very rapidly think of having the best support for your camera on your Tripod.
Remember, your best images are at sake. I am Jean-Francios O’Kane. I am the Studio Coach tracking on Tripods.