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24th of November 2004 (Wed), 17:39
I noticed someone here recommended BH to buy accessories online. Could someone please recommend a low priced tripod for my A75.
25th of November 2004 (Thu), 07:03
There are a few Silk brand tripods in the $30-60 range that are fantastic.
25th of November 2004 (Thu), 08:48
Thanks for the tip, Jethro. I'll deffinitely check those out. :)
1st of December 2004 (Wed), 09:14
Sorry for the dumb question, but what's BH? I'm interested in purchasing a good tripod for my SD300, and would like to check out any online stores that are recommended.
1st of December 2004 (Wed), 09:25
BH is B & H Photo (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?) in New York City.
1st of December 2004 (Wed), 17:54
60" tripod for $29.99 - it's worked well for me so far.
12th of December 2004 (Sun), 09:42
I went with Jethros advice and got the Slik SDV-30 from B&H Photo. I'm quite happy with it, but keep in mind I'm just a begginer. It seems to work just fine with a small camera like my A75.
As far as dealing with B&H, I highly recommend them. I went to my local camera shop and looked at the tripods. The SDV-30 went for $50 plus tax. I got mine from B&H for $33 including shipping and handling, plus they included a nice cloth Slik carrying bag that will hold the tripod with camera attached. I ordered it on Mon. and it was on my doorstep on Fri.
12th of December 2004 (Sun), 20:33
depend on ur budget ..
13th of December 2004 (Mon), 10:24
I just bought a cheapie tripod from ebay... cost nme $25 bucks to my door!! Watch out tho.. I bid on the tripod just before discovering that what i REALLY wanted was a 3-way pannable head... pity mine is only 2 way... BUT there were a few 3-way pannable tripods for around the same price.. I was just a little too eager :)
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