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manfrotto

Review

Manfrotto 585 Modosteady 3-in-1 Multifunction Camcorder Stabilizer

Manfrotto's Modosteady Three-in-One cleverly combines a tabletop tripod, a shoulder brace, and a counterbalance stabilizer for shooting video, but most of that's moot if you've got a good optical stabilizer in your camcorder.

10 December 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating 10 December 2007

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Manfrotto's new CX-Series tripods

Manfrotto has announced three new carbon fiber tripods, two of which employ the company's Q90 center column technology.

By 6 March 2008

Article

Hands on with the Manfrotto Modopocket

Hands on with the Manfrotto Modopocket tabletop tripod.

By 2 December 2009

Gallery

Manfrotto Modopocket (photos)

Photos of the Manfrotto Modopocket table-top tripod.

8 Images By 2 December 2009

Video

Manfrotto Motosteady

We take a look at Manfrotto Motosteady 3-in-1 stabilizer camcorder from the stage at CES 2008.

22 May 2008

Article

Fit a notebook on your tripod

The Tallyn laptop deck is like a tripod's ballhead and can be fixed to most Manfrotto or Studio Titan tripods.

By 16 October 2009

Article

Essential camera equipment for photography students

Whether taking a photography course for school, university or pleasure, here are some tools to make the learning experience as smooth as can be.

By 30 January 2014

Article

Scientists say bad tripods increase camera shake

Japanese scientists at the Nishi Lab of the University of Electrocommunications developed a tool that measures camera shakes.

By 16 April 2009

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Behind the scenes with a Google trusted photographer

Businesses across the world are being photographed as part of Google's mapping and Street View services. We spoke with a Google trusted photographer about how these images are taken.

By 20 September 2012

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Q&A: Aussie sports photographer Mark Dadswell

CNET Australia sat down for a chat with Australian sports photographer Mark Dadswell, a winner in this year's World Press Photo awards.

By 20 May 2009