Sometimes in our photographic pursuits using a tripod just isn’t possible. But when that happens you’ll still need something stable to help minimise the risk of camera shake. In this group test we’ve pitted 6 of the best alternative camera supports to see which offers the best value for money.
Time for a new ball head? We reveal some of the most tempting ball-and-socket designs for use with heavy DSLRs.
In this quick tutorial we demystify this specialist form of support for your camera and explain how to use a monopod correctly.
Everyone is on a tighter budget these days, and even if you’re not, it doesn’t hurt to save a bit of money. In our new Shoot Like A Pro series we examine some of the most useful photography accessories you’ll ever buy and how to do so for less than £100.
For a limited time Vanguard is offering a free Pampas II 15 camera bag with every purchase of an Alta Pro 263AGH tripod.
If you’ve considered buying a ball head mount to replace your three-way lead, you may be wondering how best to use them. In this tutorial we explain the best way to use a ball head tripod mount to ensure the sharpest pictures possible.
Vanguard is offering Digital Camera World readers the opportunity to receive a free photo backpack with purchases of its ABEO Pro line of tripods.
From now until 31 December 2013, Digital Camera World readers will receive a free The Heralder backpack with their purchases of an ABEO Pro tripod.
In our latest group test we seek to find the best carbon fibre tripod by taking 5 current models into the field at a river gorge in Exmoor.
If you want sharp images at slower shutter speeds you’ll need to support your camera. But a tripod isn’t always a practical option. We round up 5 of the best tripod alternatives for photographers on the go.
Add stability to your photographic life without spending a small fortune. We look for the best tripod under £150, testing 6 top models currently available.