B&H # YUNQ500116 MFR # YUNQ500116
"Makes tightening props easy...A must have for your Typhoon quadcopter"See more
B&H # AXT8415WLIT MFR # 5506-231
B&H # ATLAR150 MFR # LAR150
B&H # AXT8415WLITK MFR # 5506-881
B&H # UBAMCPEIT MFR # U-INSTALLER
B&H # OTC101114 MFR # C101114
B&H # BOTC9311PM3T MFR # TC9311PM3T
B&H # WIPLT006 MFR # PLT 006
B&H # PLJH975 MFR # JH975
B&H # SC68252005 MFR # 68-252005
B&H # GRPA4942 MFR # PA4942
B&H # LALS80450 MFR # 80-450
B&H # SC68252002 MFR # 68-252002
B&H # GIBAL MFR # AA1900
"Not Bad...Love It...Of course, it won't remove 100% of dust and sometimes I have to turn to sensor swabs, but having this makes it much easier to avoid turning to sensor swabs every time something comes up (and is MUCH better than trying to blow on a sensor or something silly like that to clean it....The only mistake I made was buying a large-sized one, because it's a bit too large, so if you consider buying it, you'd better order a medium-sized or even a small-it's much easier to approach your sensor with care than with a large one."See more
B&H # GIBAM MFR # AA1910
"Great !...Works OK...I would probably end up keeping the larger one at home, and carrying this one around for a quick blow on the lens or inside the camera when switching lens on the go.I would only get this if you take the lens off your camera to switch it out on a regular basis and/or you normally store the camera without the lens....I use it to clean lenses, filters, sensors, plus dust out of the keyboard and cooling fan of my laptop instead of canned air - now I don't have to spend money on cans of compressed air and don't have to worry about breathing in chemicals."See more
B&H # DAD3 MFR # W3
"not bad...is good...I used this in a recent video documentary I'm shooting in a local brewery; it was a day long shoot and the dolly performed beautifully - making it possible to shoot very smooth panning and special effect shots a breeze....Use this to attach to my new tirpod, on a concrete floor allows me to do some great dolly shots, however its use is limited to a solid concrete floor, any type of floor with cracks or grooves you will see significant bumps in the shot."See more
B&H # MA035RL MFR # 035RL
The Super Clamp can be securely mounted on any tube from 0.5" to 2.1" and is supplied with a unique wedge insert for clamping onto flat surfaces. A built-in socket allows the use of over 30 attachments to hold anything from backgrounds to lighting fixtures.
The Standard Stud (2908/03614) is included. This item replaces old catalog #2900.
"Love it...I like....One suggestion for improvement would be to use a similar handle/locking system that they use on their tripod heads with this type of handle, whereas the user can tighten the clamp, but then pull up on the handle to rotate it to a different position, thus out of the way....If the handle and wedge were metal and if the handle had a ratchet I would give this clamp 5 stars; in this case I think 4.5 stars are in order so I will round it off to 5."See more
B&H # MA175F MFR # 175F-1
"Love it....Love it!...Mount it on a door; clamp it onto a tree limb; slide it onto a boom; attach it to a lightstand; it can also serve as a stand for the flash....The flash swivel shoe is great, attach a camera flash and place it wherever you like, on a chair, on a light stand, a table or anywhere else the clamp will fit."See more
B&H # MADWF2 MFR # DWF-2
The DWF-2 dolly bears loads up to 33 lb and features adjustable clamps to lock just about any size of tripod foot into place securely. Mounting a tripod is easy: Just line up each tripod foot and twist the thumb screws to tighten each clamp.
Each leg bar extends up to 4.9" to accommodate tripods of various dimensions, and flip locks secure the extension. Fully extended, the dolly has a doorway width of 31". With step-on locks for each wheel, you can easily transform your rolling tripod into a sturdy lock-down mount for your camera.
Two of the legs fold down to create a compact package for transport – the dolly folds down to just 17 x 5".
"it good...Love it!...This was a shoot at a yoga studio, so all wooden floors, perfectly smooth, shouldn't have been a problem, but in fact it ended up jerking here and there so much I gave up and went to the DIY solution, which was just putting those 5 dollar magic sliders on the bottom of a tripod and gliding them across the wood....I'm a photographer and videographer I will be using the dolly to shoot weddings ........i haven't used to dolly ,but seem to be a good product for the price :) ...........the weight of the dolly is reasonable, the dolly it self seems to work just fine with my tripod , so far I'm happy with the product ( I used it around the house just for a test )"See more