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Explorer new tripod range

Explorer is a New Photo and Video Tripod Company

Explorer is a Australian-based photo and video accessory brand that is newly available in North America. It is debuting 12 products in its tripod range, all of which it says are designed by photographers, for photographers.

The Best Tripods in 2022

You've probably heard it before: a great tripod is one of the most valuable investments you can make as a photographer. Conversely, one of the worst investments you can make is buying a mediocre or straight-up bad tripod.

Gitzo Apologizes for Poor Comms, Dramatically Improves Legende Tripod

Over the past few weeks, Gitzo has been in the hot seat over issues surrounding its Legende tripod -- namely linked to poor communication. As a company that had previously never worked directly with customers, the expectations of crowdfunding may have initially caught the manufacturer off guard, but it's actively working to fix that along with its Legende tripod's cosmetic issues.

Gitzo Delays the Legende Tripod Three Months, Compounding Woes

Gitzo's crowdsourced Legende tripod and backpack series has hit another snag: the company has delayed shipping the product for another three months to address "aesthetic" damage. What's worse, the company's poor communication has led to a deluge of dissatisfied comments and demands for refunds.

The Luma Loop 3 Camera Strap: Comfortable, Secure, and Expensive

The folks over at Luma Labs have released the third generation of their ‘Luma Loop’ camera sling, a piece of equipment that aims to be incredibly accessible and stable, yet out of the way when not needed. Designed and manufactured with premium materials here in the United States, Luma Labs says every component is custom made exclusively for their production. We are taking a look to see if all that extra work has resulted in a product that is truly worth it.

28-Foot Camera Stand Gets You Aerial Style Images Without the Drone

Not long ago we shared with you a clever trick from CheesyCam that took your photography to new heights by using a massive yet inexpensive 12-foot tripod. But if that wasn't high enough for you, there's an even taller option out there.

It's a huge 28-foot camera stand, and it's appropriately called the MegaMast.