my question is , are you talking about a tripod or a actual camera stand. a camera stand has 4 wheels it rolls on they are faster and have more range of motion than a tripod. they generally use a wire or wireless transfer to a computer. if thats what your talking about , those are nice and keep the camera in the studio ready to use.
John Ng wrote:
I was wondering if a camera stand is handy in the studio shooting fashion and glamour? I know back in the days, with the old 4x5 and 6x7's, camera stands were standard. Now with Digital DSLRs, it is necessary?
- Most Bogen/Manfrotto tripod heads do not maintain the lens center line when adjusted from landscape to portrait orientation. This may require repositioning the camera stand to restore similar framing. This problem is solved with our second example below.