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  1. fausto66

    fausto66 TPF Noob!

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    I believe Flashpoint is Adorama's "house-brand." I have some reflectors from them that I have no problems with. I don't know about their tripods (maybe someone else will be able to chime in), but especially if you're not using it heavily, I'd guess it would work fine for you.
     
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    Personally use Manfrotto tripods; cost a lot more but for the $ they tend to stand the test of time; as well, the true hydraulic heads are a joy to move.
     
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    That looks like a rebadged Velbon; a decent but not outstanding set of legs. You'll definitely be better off in the long run with Manfrotto or Giottos, (and you can save a LOT of money buying used), but this will definitely do the job in the near term.
     

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