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Trek-Tech Optera tripod

Trek-Tech Optera tripod - The new Trek-Tech Optera is a flexible, hold-tight tripod that securely secures your DSLR camera anywhere required.

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Trek-Tech Optera tripodPress Release:

JP Distribution is pleased to announce the Optera from Trek-Tech which will be available from the middle of November.

The Trek-Tech Optera is a flexible, hold-tight tripod that securely secures your DSLR camera anywhere required.  Available in two sizes, the Optera 230 has a 230mm leg length and the Optera 460 Pro being 460mm.  The Optera 460 Pro supports up to a 400mm lens.  Both models come complete with the MagConnect Pro system with integrated TrekLock rotating safety clip for quick attachment to your equipment.  

The Optera is designed for rugged outdoor use, with a water-resistant bottom and rubber feet for added grip.  It even wraps around your camera for protection whilst carrying.  The Optera is an innovative product that provides stabilisation for any optical device and is a flexible tripod for serious photographers on the go.

RRP: Optera 230 - £44.99, Optera 460 - £54.99. These will be available from the ePHOTOzine shop soon.

For more information please visit the Johnsons Photopia website.

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Coleslaw e2
9 13.4k 28 Wales
3 Nov 2008 11:07AM
Interesting.
How much though?

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YoBellzaa e2
7 224 England
3 Nov 2008 11:24AM
I've updated the news story with the RRP's. I'll be adding these to our shop.
User_Removed 7 485 13 England
3 Nov 2008 2:39PM
looks cool. I have been after something more robust than the GorillaPod for sometime that allows low level stuff and this certainly looks like it will answer my prayers

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