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 208 - DJI Mavic Air ReviewJim and Fred have spent the last couple months working with the new Mavic Air from DJI and are now ready to reveal their opinions! In recent news, Rollei has revived its iconic Rolleiflex twin lens reflex lineup with the new Rolleiflex Instant Kamera. Rollei will shortly seek funding for the nwe camera on Kickstarter. The winner […]
- Fotobug - Episode 208 - DJI Mavic Air Review
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