Tripod Mount

Stars are out of reach. But, there is a way to soar at the top and let countless stars be captured by one sense organ. Know what it is? Definitely it is not your skin. That takes a hundred lifetimes. Do not scratch your head. Look above and peer into the stars and that's it. You can capture the stars with the use of your eyes! But have you done a lot of stargazing ever since?

Acknowledging the truth that no one can conquer the swiftness of time, not even H.G. Wells, and the light years distance of stars, it will soon launch and land on your mind that it is possible to watch the stars at a seemingly short distance. How to do it? Thanks to the mothers of scientists, scientists have given birth to gadgets that can make us peer not only into the twinkling stars, but to the balls of fires light years away from us. To be specific, let me welcome you to Bushnell telescope guide, your guide towards the stars up in the sky.

Bushnell telescopes are the best in the land today. No wonder because its years of expertise have given its manufacturers enough mind food to find out what telescopes will satisfy its users. With utmost commitment, Bushnell caters to the optical needs of professionals and professional wannabes. Hence, all sorts of telescopes Bushnell offers come in three variants namely reflector, refractor, and compact.

For beginners, there are telescopes at least as many as the fingers in one hand of any animated character that can be purchased now. Help me count with your fingers as I enumerate the binoculars. For one, there is Bushnell NorthStar Series Telescope which uses push-button controls to send your eyes near to the 20,000 objects at the firmament. Plus, there is real voice output that can make you interact with the shimmering night sky.

Number two, there is Bushnell Telescope Discoverer Series which can take you beyond the sky. Possible? Definitely yes right when you peer into this telescope. Like the previous, it has real voice output with a real human voice to guide your eyes on their journey towards the celestial treasures above. With RVO, you will be personally introduced to each constellation. That's an interactive way of making friends with the stars.

Right now, hold your longest finger because it's Bushnell Telescope Voyager Sky Tour Series turn to be known. This telescope with a long name gives amateur's eyes a pro-grade audio voyage into the sky. Aside from the talking handset that introduces you to the constellations, it is equipped with Illuminated Smart Mount that pin points the way teacher does to the stars being referred to.

At your forefinger spot is the Bushnell Telescope Harbor Master Series that comes with tripod legs incapable of walking but just standing up. Beneath this classic telescope is a completely modernized high powered 35x 76mm telescope able to give you brilliant images and sharp as samurai blades resolution.

The foregoing are just four of the many telescopes Bushnell can offer. If you want more, visit their official site. Be sure you will read the reviews and features to come up with the best eye tour guide you can possibly have.

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How do I mount my D90 on a tripod without it moving around?

I have two tripods that both have the screw in addition to a spring-loaded pin for the mounting system. I have seen older cameras that have a hole for this pin near the mounting screw. The idea is that the pin prevents the camera from turning around on the screw.

My problem is that my D90 does not have this extra point of security. Thus when I mount it on my tripod it twists around on the mounting screw. This is especially a problem when I try to use the camera in the portrait position on the tripod. Am I missing something here? I can't imagine a mid range SLR camera would be lacking such a key feature.

Get some kind of thin rubber mat and cut a piece out to glue onto the top of your tripod. Modern tripods have quick release plates and these plates all have some sort of rubber on the top to provide some traction.

We used to have these mats that are used to open a stubborn jar that came from either a bank or some business that printed some advertising on them. Maybe there is something similar sold in the housewares area of your supermarket or a store liek WalMart or Target. The mat can not be one of those thick silicon things used as a hot plate, so don't buy one of them. It's got to be about half a millimeter think.

I have a Pentax Spotmatic and a Canon AE-1 that are about 40 years old. Neither one has this hole that you are speaking of. You must be talking about some pretty old cameras!




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