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  1. Using the center column of a tripod horizontally - Leofoto Urban

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    The Urban tripods have a versatile working height and are super compact and lightweight. Adding a tilt adapter to these already very versatile tripods also makes them interesting to use in other creative ways.

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  2. Ranger LS-365C + PG-1 Full Camo kit - Designed to not to be seen

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    The Leofoto Ranger LS-365C + PG-1 Full Camo Gimbal head kit is a stable and high-quality tripod package specially designed for nature photographers, which due to its light weight is easy to carry on even longer shooting trips.

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  3. Leofoto's perfect panorama accessories

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    Walking around with expensive photo equipment and a cheap tripod, I myself did it for years. Until a moment when I simply did not want to carry the tripod anymore. It was too big and heavy. And that was really a shame, because your pictures just get better when you use a tripod.

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  4. Testing the Leofoto LS-285C carbon tripod in Iceland

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    As a travelling landscape photographer, I am looking for a perfect balanced tripod. My definition of this is a tripod light enough to take with you on a long hike of several hours, but sturdy and heavy enough to be stable in all conditions.

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  5. Ranger RF-324C – My ideal tripod to take with me on mountain trips

    Review Ranger RF-324C Robert Bilos
    Taking really good, vibration-free photos is only possible with a tripod. As a frequent traveller, you should look for an ideal travel tripod. There is only one way to achieve all my requirements: a carbon tripod.
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  6. Leofoto Ranger LS-324C + LH-40 review by Edwin Giesbers

    Review Leofoto Ranger LS-324C + LH-40 by Edwin Giesbers
    After decades of experience with tripods from brands like Manfrotto, Benro and Gitzo, I was very curious about the Leofoto tripods.
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  7. Summit LM-324C - a tripod is a landscape photographer's best tool

    Review Leofoto Summit LM-324C
    Besides a camera, it is probably the tool I use most as a landscape photographer: my tripod! A good tripod is not only important for protecting your camera, but also for getting the best quality out of your photos.
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  8. A solid foundation for astrophotography starts with a good tripod.

    A solid foundation for astrophotography starts with a good tripod.
    For astrophotography, it is absolutely necessary to work with a stable tripod. You need a tripod that is stable at this weight and there should really be no vibrations.

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  9. 4 lightweight travel tripods with enormous carrying capacity

    4 lightweight travel tripods with enormous carrying capacity
    When you want to buy a tripod, you should ask yourself two questions: what weight should it be able to carry and in what situation is it mainly used? 4 lightweight travel tripods with enormous carrying capacity
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  10. 9 reasons to choose a Leofoto tripod!

    9 reasons to choose a Leofoto tripod!
    Working with a tripod has many advantages. It provides more stability and calmness in your images, and you can be more creative with your shutter speeds. The tripods from Leofoto offer excellent solutions.

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