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Bogen 3169D Tripod System

Bogen 3169D Tripod System

If you just bought your first dSLR, you likely need several other things: a new lens (most likely), a large external flash, and a tripod. The Bogen 3169D Tripod System ($200) pairs the absolutely wonderful 3130 micro fluid video head with quick release with a solid 3001D Tripod to create a stable base for your video and photo shooting. The quick release system allows for quick changing of cameras when needed so you can turn that photo shoot into a video.

  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T30

    Pocket cameras are great on portability, but lots of times lack when it comes to important photography features. Not so with the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T30 ($500, pre-order). It features Super Steady Shot optical image stabilization for easier, more consistent snapshot-taking when out and about and in low lighting, as well as a Carl Zeiss 3x optical zoom lens. Oh, and you can review your shots on the camera's semi-ginormous three-inch LCD.

  • Nikon 18-200mm DX Zoom Lens

    While everyone has been busy gobbling up dSLRs by the truckload, few have been upgrading the most important part of the camera — its lens. This Nikon 18-200mm f3.5-5.6G DX VR Zoom-Nikkor Lens ($800) features silent motor wave technology, enhanced vibration reduction, and extra-low dispersion glass elements, all in a DX-Nikkor designed exclusively for dSLR use. While an 11.1 zoom range doesn't sound that exciting, having to carry only one lens with you does.