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Manfrotto 393 Long Lens Monopod bracket  Review

Manfrotto 393 Long Lens Monopod bracket

This sturdy tripod head tested by Will Cheung is ideal for nature and action photographers using long telephoto lenses. And it is a great price too.

From £119.00Added: 19th July 2010 | Brand: Manfrotto

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Elemental Epod tripod  Review

Elemental Epod tripod system

Elemental have taken an innovative system approach to their latest tripod, the Epod Diversity. Will Cheung checks it out.

From £150.00Added: 1st August 2010
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SteadePod  Review

SteadePod

Who needs a tripod when all you need is the delightfully simple SteadePod, asks Will Cheung

From £24.99Added: 21st June 2010
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3 Legged Thing X1 Brian Tripod  Review

3 Legged Thing X1 Brian Tripod review

John Riley reviews the new Brian Tripod from 3 Legged Thing, the smallest tripod in the Rock Legend range.

From £299.99Added: 15th December 2010
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Jobu BWG-Pro gimbal head  Review

Jobu BWG-Pro gimbal head

Give your long lens essential support without compromising smooth and speedy handling with this incredibly solid tripod head

Added: 25th November 2009 | Price: £450.00
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Pentax K-m Digital SLR Review

Pentax K-m DSLR Review

Matt Grayson tests the K-m from Pentax. The newest entry class DSLR to hit the streets.

From £338.99Added: 15th December 2008 | Brand: Pentax
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