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Beginner Basics — A Beginner’s Look at Tripods (preview)

Story and photography by Don Komarechka   Tripods can be a blessing or a curse. In much of my work they are an essential piece of equipment, and in other situations they simply get in the way and obstruct my creativity. When and where to use a tripod is a personal choice and one often […]

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Posted in Articles, Don Komarechka

Gear – Benro Mach3 TMA38C Tripod and V1E Ballhead (full review)

Reviewed by Mark and Leslie Degner Recently we received the new Benro Mach3 TMA38C tripod and Benro V1E ballhead from Vistek (www.vistek.ca) to try out. The tripod and ballhead are both sold individually so that photographers can mix and match different tripods with different sized ballheads (or other styles of heads) from the new Benro […]

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Posted in Articles, Gear, Mark & Leslie Degner

Bird Photography Tips – Gear for Supporting a Big Lens (preview)

Tripods, Heads and More! Story and photography by Ethan Meleg Big lenses in the 500mm to 800mm range are standard fare in bird photography and it’s common practice to add teleconverters and use crop-sensor bodies to increase magnification. I routinely shoot at focal lengths that are equivalent to well over 1000mm. With such high magnification, […]

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Posted in Articles, Ethan Meleg