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  1. Slik F630 Tripod Kit

    SLIK F630 TRIPOD with 3 Way Fluid Effect Pan Tilt Head, 3-section leg with 22mm diameter, Geared Column Full Details


  2. Slik Mini Tripod

    Compact and versatile minipod. Ideal for low position and close up photography. Full Details


  3. Vanguard Espod 233AP Tripod

    Espod Series tripod, modelled after Espod Plus, is great for amateur photographers. It has a three-second set up and its legs adjust to 25-degree angles. There is a tightening ring on the centre column that enables adjustment of the centre column in just a few seconds and an anti-shock ring that prevents camera vibration. Other features include a bubble level for precision, detachable centre column hook to attach more weight for added stability, anti-slip rubber feet, quick clip leg locks, removable quick shoe and two foam grips.

    • Compact 3-way pan head 
    • Quick flip leg locks 
    • Anti-shock ring prevents camera vibration damage 
    • Legs adjust to 25-degree angles
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  4. GoPro HD Tripod Adaptor

    Attach your GoPro to any standard tripod.

    Includes a Tripod Mount plus a Quick Release Tripod Mount to move conveniently between shots and locations. Full Details


  5. FLY Smartphone Tripod

    FLY Mobile Holder - For iphone/Smartphone Full Details


  6. Slik 500DX Tripod Complete

    Compact version of PRO 700 DX with 3-way panhead with a quick shoe. With 3-way panhead ABLE 300DX HEAD

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  7. Slik 700DX Tripod Complete

    Suitable for use with D-SLR/35mm cameras, most telephoto and zoom lenses, medium format cameras, and some (portable 4x5) field cameras.

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  8. Slik Pro 723EZ Tripod

    Gearless, detachable and invertible center column for extremely low angle positioning without using an optional center column. 3-section leg with 25mm diameter for the first section leg.

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  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
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