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Manfrotto 190 Go Carbon Fibre Tripod - £129 @ Park Cameras
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Manfrotto 190 Go Carbon Fibre Tripod - £129 @ Park Cameras

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Posted 26th Dec 2019

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Really good deal if you are looking for a good quality tripod. Normal price is £356.95 then reduced to £179. There is a current Manfrotto promotion £50 cashback if you buy 190 or 055 tripod before 31/12/2019. Just to add this tripod along with the other ones care the carbon fibre one not the more commonly use aluminum ones which will mean it is much lighter.

Other tripods as I said are available too parkcameras.com/bc/…ods
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5% TCB too!
Is it worth the price or is there something better for a bit more? Thx
LinkaKos27/12/2019 09:18

Is it worth the price or is there something better for a bit more? Thx


What you like to use it for?
davebb427/12/2019 09:39

What you like to use it for?


General stuff. Not a pro by any means etc. I shoot everything apart from people.. Just I guess whether it is worth getting it if I already have a basic aluminium one. I don't have a car so I guess I should probably get a carbon one..sorry for not being specific!
Fantastic deal for carbon fibre tripod. For those carrying cameras or telescopes miles into the wilderness...
Just to add, that head with the Jessops offer is more aimed towards Videography - again depends on your specific use case
LinkaKos27/12/2019 09:57

General stuff. Not a pro by any means etc. I shoot everything apart from …General stuff. Not a pro by any means etc. I shoot everything apart from people.. Just I guess whether it is worth getting it if I already have a basic aluminium one. I don't have a car so I guess I should probably get a carbon one..sorry for not being specific!


Look for manfrotto 055 series
Noob question, recently bought dslr camera and use it mainly for family events, some portraits.
I haven’t used tripods before cause I’m a 6.3” tall.
Do I need to get a long Tripod that matches my height, if any ?
Thanks in advance 🙏
comes up £199 now (£149 after cashback)
shlonakzeen27/12/2019 15:02

Noob question, recently bought dslr camera and use it mainly for family …Noob question, recently bought dslr camera and use it mainly for family events, some portraits. I haven’t used tripods before cause I’m a 6.3” tall. Do I need to get a long Tripod that matches my height, if any ?Thanks in advance 🙏



If you're getting a tripod, a tall one will be easier to work with. If your camera has a a screen that flips out, it's less of an issue.

Whether you need a tripod, depends on what you do. They are handy for video, long exposure night photography, bracketing/compositing and group portraits with a self timer. Modern cameras tend to have really good high ISO performance and image stabilization, making tripods far less useful then they used to be. I haven't used my tripod in years. But it's also a matter of preference, some people enjoy the extra discipline required for framing a photo with the camera on a tripod. For others the tripod gets in the way and limits their flexibility.

If you're on the fence, you can get a cheap tripod to try it out (Amazon sells one for 15£). If you turn out to be a tripod person you can invest in something better.

Carbon tripods like this are lighter than the aluminium ones. And as an extra benefit of carbon fibre is that it feels less cold when working in low temperatures. Although in very cold temperatures the carbon fibre can become brittle. That would probably not be an issue in the UK.
plork27/12/2019 22:40

If you're getting a tripod, a tall one will be easier to work with. If …If you're getting a tripod, a tall one will be easier to work with. If your camera has a a screen that flips out, it's less of an issue.Whether you need a tripod, depends on what you do. They are handy for video, long exposure night photography, bracketing/compositing and group portraits with a self timer. Modern cameras tend to have really good high ISO performance and image stabilization, making tripods far less useful then they used to be. I haven't used my tripod in years. But it's also a matter of preference, some people enjoy the extra discipline required for framing a photo with the camera on a tripod. For others the tripod gets in the way and limits their flexibility. If you're on the fence, you can get a cheap tripod to try it out (Amazon sells one for 15£). If you turn out to be a tripod person you can invest in something better.Carbon tripods like this are lighter than the aluminium ones. And as an extra benefit of carbon fibre is that it feels less cold when working in low temperatures. Although in very cold temperatures the carbon fibre can become brittle. That would probably not be an issue in the UK.


Many thanks, I do appreciate
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