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tripod

an adjustable and usually collapsible three-legged stand to which a camera, etc., can be attached to hold it steady

tripod

[′trī‚päd]
(design engineering)
An adjustable, collapsible three-legged support, as for a camera or surveying instrument.
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Caption: Refrain from touching your optics or tripod when glassing to minimize any vibration.
Today, we use a flowtech 75 tripod equipped with a Sachtler FSB-8 camera head, and it has turned out to be the perfect solution for capturing 4K/Ultra HD (UHD) footage with our Ursa Mini 4.6K camera.
The latter won't fit on a tripod, but fortunately they don't need one.
Of the tripod theft, a spokeswoman for the hospice said: "They say the criminal fraternity has a code of conduct but it looks like someone has crossed that line."
When glassing for hours at a time, Nelson says using a tripod is also a must.
TRIPOD - you do not want to lug a full-size tripod around with you.
The Wi-Fi wearable camera can be mounted to a Multi Mount onto goggles, shoulder bags or helmets or onto a tripod using a Tripod Mount.
The Transparent Reporting of a multivariable prediction model for Individual Prognosis Or Diagnosis (TRIPOD) initiative, which has included clinicians, statisticians, epidemiologists, and journal editors, has produced a guideline for the reporting of studies developing, validating, or updating a prediction model, whether for diagnostic or prognostic purposes (1).
Does his kidnapping kit also include a tripod for his camera?
To change the M249 from AR role to the LMG role, you will need to requisition the ammunition bracket adapter, NSN 1005-01-425-6541, from DLA and the M192 tripod, NSN 1005-01-503-0141, from the tripod/mount item manager.
Sharp photos and rock-steady video require a foundation -- a tripod or monopod -- especially when using a telephoto lens.