Tripods

Tripods & Monopods for all types of uses and budgets. Let us help you find the perfect tripod for your needs!

A tripod is a three-legged frame that is used to stabilize a camera. A monopod is a single pole that is used to support a camera. Neither should ever be substituted for the other, and any serious photographer will have both a monopod and a tripod.

Both have benefits in different types of photographic situations. For example, a tripod is best suited to most situations, and most photographers. You will need a tripod when you need to keep the camera exceptionally still..

A Monopod is much more lightweight (but lacks the full stability); and is handy for sports photography or travel.

Mini Tripods & Selfie Sticks

The best mini tripods give you all the stability you need, at a fraction of the bulk and the cost.

While larger tripods can support more weight and come with more professional features, a mini tripod can often slip into a pocket or small bag, and will weigh barely a few hundred grams.This can provide users of smaller shooting setups with all sorts of creative advantages.

Selfie Sticks

Mini Tripods

Travel Tripods

Any tripod is a travel tripod if you are willing to travel with it, but some tripods are designed to fold up into a compact package that, in some cases, can fit into a carry-on bag. They are also designed to be lighter than their full-sized counterparts.

In general, they do not extend to the same heights as full-sized tripods, so get ready to bend over while shooting.

Other than those features, the travel tripod is basically the same as any other three-legged camera support.

Professional Tripods

An excellent tripod lasts a lifetime.

Every photographer must have gone through the phase of getting a cheap tripod and soon realizing that it does not fit their needs.

While cheap tripods can support a DSLR or a mirrorless camera with the kit lens, they can get overwhelmed once you attach a battery grip, flashguns, LED lights, and other accessories.

Tripods for Spotting Scopes

With higher magnifications the slightest vibration can cause image shake resulting in a blurry view, so when using the spotting scope, you’ll need a tripod to make sure you get the clarity and detail. You can also mount your spotting scope on a table, stand or any other platform. But a tripod will definitely allow you to enjoy your scope’s full potential truly.

All of our spotting scopes come with a standard tripod mount, which can be used with nearly any tripod on the market. Please get in touch with any questions, we are here to help and guide you with your purchase so that you feel confident in your choice whether it be for you or a gift for someone lucky!

Budget / Low-Cost Tripods

Monopods

Stabilizer for DSLR or Camcorder

Tripod Heads

Tripod Adapters

Quick Release Plates (Spare Parts)

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