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Sony VCT-R640 Standard Tripod - £24.99 @ Amazon UK
Sony VCT-R640 Standard Tripod -  £24.99 @ Amazon UK

Sony VCT-R640 Standard Tripod - £24.99 @ Amazon UK

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Manufacturer's Description
Imagine the creative shots youll take when you stow along a Sony tripod. Simply mount your SONY digital imaging product (check for compatibility) on one of these extremely portable tripods and soon youll be snapping timed exposures or detailed close-ups without any joggles.

Product Description
The VCT-R640 tripod is the perfect support for all your photography sessions as it ensures maximum stability for your camera and camcorder. - 3 way panoramic head function - Platform for easy positioning of camera / camcorder. - Maximum height: approx 1,441 mm - Minimum height: approx 548 mm - Maximum weight: 3 kg - Colour: black

Product Features

* Standard Tripod for Mavica & Handycam

* Easy-to-use tripod
* Snap timed exposures or detailed close-ups
* Jiggle-free images
* Expands from 21" to 56" in height

Technical Details
Main Specifications

* Product Description: Sony VCT R640 - tripod
* Product Type: Tripod
* Placing / Mounting: Floor-standing
* Tripod Head Type: Pan
* Tripod Operating Height: 57 cm - 155 cm

5 Comments

I've added a price and retailer name to the thread title ]Bri8463. Thanks.

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http://www.atlantic2u.com/store/images/big/Sony/VCTR640.jpg

Is "jiggle" now a standard photographic term then? "These photographs have far too much jiggle! Do them again!"

bobbyzero;3003007

Is "jiggle" now a standard photographic term then? "These photographs … Is "jiggle" now a standard photographic term then? "These photographs have far too much jiggle! Do them again!"



'These images are blurred. You jiggled the camera. That's why you need a tripod.'

What's wrong with 'jiggle'? It's a perfectly good word.

TheProf;3003245

'These images are blurred. You jiggled the camera. That's why you need a … 'These images are blurred. You jiggled the camera. That's why you need a tripod.'What's wrong with 'jiggle'? It's a perfectly good word.



That it is. Just seems odd to use it when there's already functional words like blur and shake and bump and wobble and jerk (for video pans)... It's just a bit too... Baywatch..
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