New "Delta Pro" Tripods from Hama

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New "Delta Pro" Tripods from Hama
(PresseBox) ( Monheim, )
Every good set of photography/video equipment includes a good tripod that can be adjusted quickly and easily, and ideally one that won't produce choppy film when you pan across the scene. The new "Delta Pro" series from Hama now has several specially designed tripods on the market: one for photo cameras, one for video cameras and two universal tripods. The extremely light, sturdy aluminium construction makes the four tripods from the new series the perfect additions to your equipment. A weight hook is attached to the extendable central column to give the three tripod legs-which can be extended in three places and spread out at a variety of angles-even better stability on uneven surfaces or in high winds. For all four versions, the central column can be rotated to accommodate a reverse-mounted lens to easily allow for macro shots close to the ground.

With the "Delta Pro 180 2D", serious videographers are truly in their element. With the extremely smooth two-way pan-tilt head, it is even easier to pan or tilt with the camera without creating unwanted choppiness in the film. The two universal tripods "Delta Pro 180 3D" and "Delta Pro 160 3D" are equipped with a three-way pan-tilt head, and the "Delta Pro 180 Ball" tripod is equipped with a 3D ball head. The 180 and 160 in the item descriptions refer to their maximum heights of 180 and 160 centimetres.

Item No. 4402 Hama "Delta Pro 160" Tripod, 3D
Item No. 4403 Hama "Delta Pro 180" Tripod, 2D
Item No. 4404 Hama "Delta Pro 180" Tripod, ball
Item No. 4405 Hama "Delta Pro 180" Tripod, 3D
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