Review

  1. 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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  2. Leofoto Summit LM-324C - review by Olof Fredrikze

    Leofoto Summit LM-324C - review by Olof Fredrikze
    Leofoto Summit LM-324C: Looking at the composition in peace. A tripod, I like to use it. I am a real tripod enthusiast. Or: I have become an aficionado, because I used to photograph almost everything by hand.

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  3. Leofoto LS-365C+PG-1 - First test - Photography News

    Leofoto LS-365C with PG-1 - First test Photography News
    Leofoto LS-365C with PG-1. This tripod and accompanying gimbal head make shooting fast-moving subjects much easier, without compromising camera flexibility or stability. We check out what Leofoto has to offer. First test by Photography News.

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  4. Review - Sturdy carbon tripod for landscape photography

    Review - Sturdy carbon tripod for landscape photography
    Filter kit, two cameras, two lenses, a set of SD cards and charged batteries. To be honest, I'm a little excited, because leaning against the packed bag is a brand new tripod. Namely a Leofoto Ranger LS-365C with LH-40 ball head. I already know exactly where, how and what I want to photograph.
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  5. Architectural photography with the Leofoto Summit and G2 Geared Head

    Architectural photography with the Leofoto Summit and G2 Geared Head
    People regularly ask me which is my best lens. My answer to that question is short and clear: my best lens is my tripod. My tripod is an important part of my photographic equipment. As a documentary and architecture photographer, I need a light, compact and stable tripod.
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