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Do the best Tripods have to cost an arm and a leg?

Do the best Tripods have to cost an arm and a leg?
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Do the best Tripods have to cost an arm and a leg

 

Does size matter? Is a larger tripod the best bet or is something smaller and compact the way to go? We review three Giotto tripods

The MH-1000 Tripod Head ; Giotto also despatched a rather impressive fluid ball head called the MH-1000 which consists of a circular base unit with a short column and ball & socket. It can be matched with various Giotto quick release plates. The...

The MH-1000 Tripod Head ; Giotto also despatched a rather impressive fluid ball head called the MH-1000 which consists of a circular base unit with a short column and ball & socket. It can be matched with various Giotto quick release plates. The...

The VT0802 is a basic tripod, you get what you pay for but it's light well made and great when you're out and about. The IY-232 is more substantial and the perfect option for landscape photography. Finally the MT9170 is the best bet if you're after a...

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