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Photography forums to discuss buying and using Camera supports, tripods, memory cards, and cases, metering devices, batteries & chargers, film and display & presentation products. Plus anything else for your digital or film camera.

  • Tripod for birding?

    I think ducks etc in the local park is a good suggestion. They are used to people and you can even get close ups as I did recently - using my smartphone![emoticon][emotic...
    by Darrenmacro | Last Post | Unread
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  • Wimberley Sidekick Do U Use 1?

    Thank you for all the replies, found a used sidekick for sale so will give it a try see how I get on. Russ.
    by russellsnr | Last Post | Unread
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  • Neoprene lens covers

    For those of you who recommended outdoorphotographygear.co. uk, I've emailed them twice in the last month without a response. All I wanted to know, before ordering, was i...
    by PRC | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 9
  • Ilford popup darkroom

    Just heard back from Ilford. They tweaked the design before launch and then Covid has played havoc with the supply. They are hoping to have them available for purchase in...
    by sherlob | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • Neck Strap, Wrist strap or Hand Strap

    "Thank you for all the responses. Looking at you suggestions and doing some research I have purchased the Peak Design Slide :) " A good choice, in my opinion. ...
    by mark2uk | Last Post | Unread
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  • Lens protectors

    "Over the years, I've replaced a lot of scratched filters and I'm grateful that it wasn't the front element that got scratched. With many lenses, a scratch on the bac...
    by chataignier | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 8
  • Metabones adaptor appears not to work.

    Hi, not sure what else it could be, but it sounds like the lens isn't 'talking' to the adapter and the aperture is at its smallest setting constantly. - here's the page w...
    by Paintman | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 3
  • Photostick

    Has anybody used a Photostick. What do you think of them.
    by robertt | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 0
  • Urth photography accessories

    A good start as you say!
    by PRC | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • Who can fly a drone?

    I wonder how many serious injuries have occurred because of low flying drones, lol I was going to go to the beach this afternoon but think I'll give it a miss just in c...
    by milepost46 | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 8
  • Kood professional BH-55 tripod ball head

    Thanks again Imageryonly.
    by dannyb | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 8
  • Neewer Mono / Tripod.

    Totally agree with Sherlob, I've binned about 3 Manfrottos over the years, mainly due to joints seizing up, even though the tripod was cleaned after saltwater use. I have...
    by Pygar | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 9
  • Looking for a Tall Tripod

    Allowing for your eyes being about 5 inches below the top of your head, and a tripod head being added to the height of the tripod a 1.6m height seems about right. If you ...
    by Pedeonic | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • Water Splash Photography

    [photo]I have a system that outperforms anything currently on the market. Have a look at these captures.[photo]
    by Mike_Roberts | Last Post | Unread
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  • Anyone here use a Drone?

    Thanks again everyone. Appreciate the time you took to respond. Steve - I'll bear that in mind, and may drop you a line when I'm closer to purchasing it. Sausage - kin...
    by Nigeyboy | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 9
  • Portable Stools for Photographers

    Thanks for the suggestions. While I have not taken a final decision, I am tempted by the GEERTOP. The Walkstools are highly recommended but I do think I would benefit fro...
    by Dave_Canon | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 8
  • Manfrotto Spares

    Well done Manfrotto and Royal Mail Parts ordered 10am yesterday Delivered by 10am today by 1stclass post
    by gary900r | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 0
  • Wi-Fi SD cards

    "EyeFi and Toshiba are the two brands I have heard of. Here is an old ePz review https://www.ephotozine.com/article/eyefi-mobi-pro-16gb-wifi-sd-card--28073 They al...
    by cats_123 | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 6
  • Macro tripod set up recommendations

    Looking at the Helicon website I've decided to go with something that sounds novel. The Helicon FB Tube - a small extension tube that enables focus bracketing. The tube a...
    by sherlob | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 15
  • Meike Extension Tubes

    Selamlar,makine manuel ayarlarda olacak.lens mauel ayarlı olacak.bun göre ayar yapacaksınız.şayet lens otomatik fokus ise ve uzatma tüpü mauel ise ay...
    by PhotoLinda | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 11
  • Camera kit, hiking kit, food, drink. Is there a way to carry it all?

    Staying young and keeping fit are in the background. I used to be abled to hike for miles with 45 pounds weight of kit - approaching 80 it is down to 35 pounds. Good bac...
    by trailguru | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 14
  • Advice requested re: monocular telescopes

    This article may help David.
    by cymru2019 | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 1
  • Backdrops - a partial review & a lot of ironing.

    Great thread. Good to know I don't struggle alone! I usually use heavy black velvet. I store it hung up in the wardrobe. Fold it gently and without creases then clip it ...
    by JackAllTog | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 12
  • Epson 200 film scanner model g621b

    Thank you for the feedback
    by fatfranksfolley | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • Vuescan vs Silverfast - Opinions

    Vuescan, is neither 'arcane, obtuse and old fashioned' as you say. I Use VUESCAN quite a lot and find it Very Very Good. Try it before you Knock it for six. Scans are Ex...
    by randomrubble | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • Pop up backgrounds and reflectors

    I think muslin backdrops are good. I bought one from an online store: Dbackdrop. It works well for portrait photography. I have used it many times, quality is good, not e...
    by Taxboy | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 3
  • Display tablets

    I bought one many moons ago. I always thought that it would be useful, but found that I just couldn't get on with it - at the time I thought that I had got too used to us...
    by sherlob | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 3
  • Mountmaster help!!

    Hi Canonfans61 I have inherited the Mountmaster and (I think) the vertical arm - could you possibly email me your 10 page PDF Very grateful indeed [email protected] T...
    by revnev | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 13
  • Dome Hide Question & Recommended Seat

    "1) I can work out how to raise the hide with the two poles but can anyone explain please or ideally with pictures how to stake it down with the supplied pegs / cord...
    by Taxboy | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 7