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This entry was posted on 16 Dec 2015.
A seemingly unremarkable object, the tripod is an essential piece of equipment for anyone who’s passionate about photography. It doesn’t matter whether you have a top of the range PENTAX camera or a low-budget compact, a tripod will deservedly improve the quality of your photos. If you don’t know your panheads from your ballheads, or if you just need a little more info before making your decision, this essential guide is a great place to start. Have a read and make sure to check out our brilliant range of cameras and photographic equipment here at SRS.
They come in differing designs, sizes and prices, but strangely, you’d be lucky to find a tripod that isn’t black in colour. Fortunately, most photographers aren’t overly concerned about the appearance of their tripod, just so long as it gives them the prospect of capturing that all-important shot in high definition. But why do photographers actually use tripods? While the purpose of a tripod may seem straightforward, there’s more to these three legged implements than you may think.
In a nutshell, tripods are used to increase image sharpness and clarity by providing a stable, yet adjustable, platform for your camera from PENTAX. They’re ideal for low-light situations when a slow shutter speed is preferred, as without a tripod, camera shake – the main cause of blurry images - is a major risk. Here are some other reasons to invest in that innovative piece of equipment:
Things To Consider
Founded in 1919, PENTAX, part of the RICOH group, can lay claim to a vast collection of award-winning, innovative camera technology. The level of engineering and design in their photographic equipment is recognised worldwide, making them one of the most successful brand’s in the industry. If you have any questions regarding a PENTAX camera or our other products, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly customer service team. Call us on 01923 226602 today, or email email@example.com.