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Cannot make tripod go up and down

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I have a slik pro series 400 dx tripod, however i have lost the vertical tilt handle and wondered if spares are available


Your best bet is probably either Ebay, or the manufacturer. You may get lucky with a tour of your local camera stores, especially those that deal in pre-owned gear.

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How adjust the vertical viewing


are you just mounting a camera to the tripod itself? - you need to purchase a head as well - the head screws onto the top of the tripod, and then the camera fixes to the head, usually with a qr plate.

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Having difficulty in finding a good tripod to hold Nikon D5000 steady especially on un-even ground and with additional larger lenses


A cheap discount-store tripod isn't worth the money. For the best results, you need a good tripod. Unfortunately, it's almost a law of nature that a tripod that's light enough to carry isn't going to be steady enough.

Visit a good camera store (not a department store that happens to sell cameras) and try some out. You want to find a good tripod that balances weight, stability, and cost. Only you can decide where that balance point is for you. Check the web. Here's one essay that may help (and may dishearten you):
http://www.bythom.com/support.htm

Yes, a good tripod will cost money. But a good tripod will still be a good tripod ten or twenty years down the road, long after you've replaced your current camera. I'm on my fourth tripod now, and I wish I'd bought it first and skipped the first three.

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thanks for choosing Fixya!

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Try cutting cork(available from local harfware store and gluing that to head. Be sure to cut precisely and don't forget about hole in center fot mounting post.

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Make sure the camera is using the appropriate focus sensor.

Does the problem occur when you focus manually?

Are you handholding the camera? Many people don't hold the camera as steady when holding it vertically. Try putting the camera on a tripod or other steady surface and see what happens.

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Carole31,
I have the same tripod, and the screw shown in the photo you posted is to lock down the rotation of the tripod's head, i.e., what a video camera uses to pan (horizontally) across a scene. The large knob is used for the same in the vertical direction (up and down motion).

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I also have the same problem. I lost the plate fo my kalmar camera tripod? Did you find the source of it?

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