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 Post subject: A good tripod
PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:30 pm 
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Hello friends,
I have seen many of your comments on various tripod and made me more confused to what to buy.
therefore I decided to post this tailor to my requirement.

I have a DSLR nikon d7000, and mostly use for my travel. I am more interested in landscape, portrait and macro photography and my kit included as follows

Nikon d7000
nikon 18-200 VR II lens (as you know very heavy)
Nikon 35mm
nikon 55-300
flash SB600

and planning to add few more telephoto lens
currently i have a light travel tripod, which does not support my heavy camera and lens

could anyone suggest, what Tripod I should buy to support a load of at least 3to 4kgs/
my budget is around Euro 200.
my preference a good branded one(if possible with my budget)

Thanks guys!!!

jay


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