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Benro A6

Benro has introduced its new S6 Video Monopod, which provides a 13.2 lb payload capacity as well as a 4-step counterbalance for working with heavier cameras and longer lenses. The S6 head includes an independent pan lock, which allows the user to pan smoothly without having to turn the entire monopod. Equipped with a 65mm flat base with a 3/8″ thread, the S6 video head can be removed from the monopod allowing users to mount the head separately on sliders, jibs or half ball adapters. [click to continue…]

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Benro A38T Classic Aluminum Monopod

So I recently purchased the Benro A38T Classic Aluminum Monopod with the S2 head and the fine folks at Photography Bay here were kind enough to let me talk about it.

This monopod is AMAZING, and for the low price tag of $140, I highly recommend that you can hop on over to B&H Photo or Adorama and pick up one of your own. [click to continue…]

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Benro Video Tripods

Benro has announced a number of new video tripods and fluid heads, as well as a pair of monopods equipped with fluid heads.

The new tripods are available in aluminum or carbon fiber.  The tripods and monopods are available as kits with the S-Series heads included, along with a padded travel case.  They come in three weight load capacities – 5.5lbs, 8lbs, and 13.2lbs.  The sliding center column includes a 60mm bowl for fine tuning camera position. [click to continue…]

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Benro MeFOTO Travel Tripod Kit

Benro has unveiled a new travel tripod kit dubbed the MeFOTO, which features a reverse folding leg system that allows the tripod to fold down to 15.4″ and will extend to 61.6″ at full height.

The Benro MeFOTO  weighs 3.6 lbs. and can support up to 17.6 lbs.  Additional features include: [click to continue…]

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Benro AD71FK5 Video Tripod Kit

Benro has announced a new video tripod and head combo. The AD71FK5 is a budget friendly kit that features flip-lock legs, a mid-level spreader and a fluid head with a 60mm bowl and bubble level.  [click to continue…]

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1. Fuji X100

I don’t think I’ve had more fun with a camera since I first held the 5D Mark II.  Sure, it’s got some quirks, but the excellent image quality and amazing flash sync speed push the Fuji X100 into the front runner position as my personal pick for camera of the year.  We’ll see what the rest of the year holds; however, it will take some serious innovation to unseat the X100.  Find it at B&H Photo (when it’s in stock). [click to continue…]

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