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Induro Carbon Fiber Tripod

B&H has instant rebates available on several Induro carbon fiber tripods up to $165 off. Pretty much all of these tripods have 5-star user reviews on B&H’s site. Check them all out here at B&H Photo.

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Induro just unveiled its new Dual Range (DR) Hi-Hat Tripod Set featuring a 100mm bowl and a 100mm half ball adapter.  The new hi-hat supports up to 220 lbs. and each leg features a two section extension and three steps of variable angle adjustment.

The Induro DR Hi-Hat Tripod Set should be available in July 2012 for $279.  Check availability at B&H Photo.

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Induro BHL Ballheads

by on December 2, 2011

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Induro BHL Ballheads

Induro has unveiled new low-profile, heavy-duty BHL Ballheads available in three different sizes.  The significant spec of these heads is the massive load capacity.  The BHL1 handles a max load of 44lbs.  The BHL2 max load is 66lbs., while the BHL3 max load is 88lbs. [click to continue…]

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Induro BHS-Series Ballheads

by on August 16, 2011

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Induro BHS Ballheads

The Induro BHS-Series Ballheads are a new breed of affordable tripod heads with QR plates and built-in bubble levels.  The BHS0 supports 10.3 lbs.  The BHS1 supports 12.8 lbs.  And, the BHS2 supports up to 18.7 lbs.

The new ballheads range in price from $52 to $76 retail and are available from B&H Photo.

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Induro has announced several new tripods, heads and quick release plates.

The new PHT-Series 3-Way Panheads are magnesium alloy and feature folding hands for easy packing. All models offer special bearing inserts that allow for quasi-fluid movement.  Additional features include a built-in bubble level, dual locking quick release plate and a 5 year warranty.  The Induro PHT-Series 3-Way Panheads come in three sizes and range in price from $77 to $114.

Induro’s new tripods expands its Adventure Series with the Adventure AKP Series tripod kits.  There are 3 new models – the AKP0, AKP1 and AKP2.

The new AKP0 is a compact 4-leg-section tripod, while the AKP1 and AKP2 are heavier duty 3-leg-section tripods.  Each of the new models are magnesium alloy and feature quick lock legs.  Additionally, each tripod is packaged as a kit with an Induro 3-Way Panhead, and also come with a 5 year warranty.  The Induro Adventure AKP Series tripod kits range in price from $164 to $219.

Finally, Induro’s new QRT Series Quick Release Clamp is designed for monopods, tripods and other gear that does not already have a quick release system in place.  The new QRT clamps can be installed on any 1/4-20 or 3/8-16 thread.  The Induro QRT clamps will retail for $75.

You can find Induro products at B&H Photo.

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Induro Tripod

B&H has some Induro Tripods at significant discounts.  B&H confirmed to me that these tripods were still new, but were just listed in the used section of the site.  If you look at the tripods outside the used section of the site, they are substantially more.  I’m not sure how many are in this section, but it looks like a pretty good deal for a tripod and head combo, if you like a panhead.

Induro APO Adventure AP-Series Tripod Kit With 3-Way Panhead – $89.95

Max load is 10.3 lbs. This one is normally $136.

Induro AP1 Adventure AP-Series Tripod Kit With 3-Way Panhead – $104.95

Max load is 12.8 lbs. This one is normally $159.

Induro AP2 Adventure AP-Series Tripod Kit With 3-Way Panhead – $119.95

Max load is 18.7 lbs. This one is normally $181.

(2) Kingston 4GB SD Cards from Buy.com – $19.49

These are great for point and shoot cameras or entry-level DSLRs with low frame rates.  I own a stock pile of these things.  Free shipping is included.

Samsung 25.5″ HD Monitor from Buy.com (this one expires in just a few hours) – $299

I bought one of these the last time they were on sale.  It doubles as an HDTV since it has a built in tuner.  It has DVI and HDMI inputs, and 1920 x 1200 pixels is a nice thing for web browsing though.  You can really multi-task with this thing.  It’s not the best in terms of color, so I don’t recommend it as a primary display for photo editing, but if you just want a lot of screen real estate, this is a cheap way to get there.

Samsung 23″ Monitor from Buy.com – $219

This is a widescreen monitor with a 1920 x 1080 max resolution and a DVI input. Free shipping to boot.

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