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This review is from: Dolica ZX600B300 60" Carbon Fiber Tripod & Ballhead Combo
Pros: Carbon Fiber
Quality Ball Head including Quick Release Mount
Separate Pan and Tilt Knob Degree Markers
Quick Release Pull Knobs for Individual Leg Spread (Each Leg has 3 Locking Spread Positions)
Reversible Center Column with Counter Weight Hook
Every Adjustment for Setup and Use Can be made With Gloves On
Cons: Same Bubble Level and Compass found on other Dolica Tripods. (Perhaps better than nothing, but could be improved.)
Some Tightening Adjustments made to the Ball Head Skew the Camera Angle ever so slightly.
Feet Do Not Convert to Spikes
Other Thoughts: For some reason the world and even Dolica's own website do not have a listing for this tripod. Therefore the pictures and the description on this item listing are lacking. For those interested in this tripod, I will try to fill in the gaps:
Very Solid and Stable Platform Easy to Setup and Operate (Even While Wearing Gloves!)
Very Versatile (Many Different Positions for Height and Stability)
Ball Head and Pan adjustments, although better than Hand Held, Best Suited for Still Photography.
Quality Build Should Last a Lifetime.
Exceptional Price Value
This review is from: WINTEC FileMate 16GB Professional Class 10 Secure Digital SDHC Card - Retail
Pros: Class 10 Storage
Other Thoughts: Works well. Priced right.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3
Pros: Easily "develope" your images to what seems like perfection immediately your first try. AND...
The more time you are willing to spend, the more treasures are hidden within to tweak good results out of even poor images.
Cons: None. (Wish I had waited for Black Friday at Newegg)
Other Thoughts: If you dont want to learn photo touchup and developement techniques, Lightroom will do much automatically.
If you are an amature (one who loves a non-professional field) or a professional, Lightroom is an absolute must have.
You gotta love Adobe. They are masters in thier field.