An “L” bracket is used to quickly switch the orientation of a camera on a tripod head from horizontal (landscape) to vertical (portrait) mode. In addition, in portrait mode, it puts the center of gravity of the camera directly over the tripod otherwise with a ball head, the camera is off to one side!
- Fotobug - Episode 204 - Litra Vs Lume Cube LightBe sure to watch the podcast for full details on current news in photography! The President of Canon Marketing confirmed that Canon is willing to cannabilize DSLR sales to invest in the “growth market” of mirrorless cameras. A photographer ordered a $6000 camera on Amazon and first received a box of rocks, then a box […]
- Fotobug - Episode 204 - Litra Vs Lume Cube Light
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