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Gitzo GK2380 Vintage Series 2  Review

Gitzo GK2380 Vintage Series 2

Matt Grayson tests the rather splendid Gitzo GK2380 Vintage Series 2 tripod.

Added: 27th May 2009

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Carbon Fibre tripod group test  Review

Carbon Fibre tripod group test

What has 17 legs and a big head? Matt Grayson doing a tripod group test.

Added: 2nd March 2009
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Slik Pro500 DX  Review

Slik Pro500 DX

The Slik Pro 500DX has a mixture of three metals going into it's three legs. Matt grayson isn't sure but he thinks there's a pattern emerging.

From £122.29Added: 29th January 2009 | Brand: Slik
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Trek-Tech Optera 460  Review

Trek-Tech Optera 460

Matt Grayson gets to look at the Optera 460 from Trek-Tech. Something else with ridiculously bandy legs.

From £47.69Added: 13th January 2009 | Brand: Trek-Tech
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Manfrotto 055CX Pro3  Review

Manfrotto 055CX Pro3

Manfrotto increase the range of Carbon Fibre units adding to the popular 055 range. Matt Grayson is on hand to give support.

From £234.84Added: 8th January 2009 | Brand: Manfrotto
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The Wildlife Studio - Delux Beanbag  Review

The Wildlife Studio - Delux Beanbag

Peter Bargh looks for a camera support for use on a family holiday and finds the Wildlife Studio's Delux Beanbag is an unusual alternative to a tripod.

From £12.95Added: 29th September 2008
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Manfrotto 190CX Pro4 & 486RC2 head  Review

Manfrotto 190CX Pro4 & 486RC2 head

After winning a trophy using the Manfrotto 190CX Pro4 tripod, award winning technical writer Matt Grayson gives his review.

From £277.98Added: 18th July 2008 | Brand: Manfrotto
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Manfrotto 322RC2 ball head  Review

Manfrotto 322RC2 ball head

John Hancox takes a look at the Manfrotto 322RC2 ball head

From £90.00Added: 6th June 2008 | Brand: Manfrotto
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Manfrotto 561B monopod  Review

Manfrotto 561B monopod

As the largest of the monopods from Manfrotto, the 561B offers a strong support in a small format. Very unlike Matt Grayson who offers no support in a large format.

From £195.69Added: 31st August 2007 | Brand: Manfrotto
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Manfrotto 055x Pro & 804 RC2 head  Review

Manfrotto 055x Pro & 804 RC2 head

With an adjustable centre column and three way head, the Manfrotto 055x ProB & 804 RC2 head are a combination as flexible as a boneless gymnast. Matt Grayson dons his tights to take a look.

From £194.95Added: 7th August 2007 | Brand: Manfrotto
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Giottos MT 9242 tripod with MH 7303-730 head  Review

Giottos MT 9242 tripod with MH 7303-730 head

The new range of Giottos tripods arrive and Duncan Evans is there to welcome them off the boat.

From £88.03Added: 15th May 2007 | Brand: Giottos
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Monster Pod tripod  Review

Monster Pod tripod

Monster Pod mouldable camera tripod claims to eliminate the use for a regular tripod by sticking to almost any surface.

Added: 6th March 2007 | Brand: Monster