In this time of uncertainty with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to ensure that the health and safety of our staff and customers are of the highest priority.
We are always committed to providing exceptional service to our customers even in these current circumstances.
We have therefore implemented some changes to our trading to alleviate the risk of the virus spreading, however, we anticipate operating as best as we can with the current circumstances to fulfill and dispatch orders as quickly as possible.
The following trading changes will be effective as of Monday 23rd March 2020 until further notice:
Showroom: Temporarily Closed
Online Orders for Pick-Up : 9:00AM to 4:30PM
(Orders must be placed Online Prior to coming in)
Online orders for Delivery: No Change
Our Online, Pickups and telephone channels remain open for business as usual, which will continue as long as we can do so safely. Our sales and customer service teams are available to answer your questions via phone or email.
Videoguys appreciates your patience and understanding whilst we navigate through these unprecedented times and we do apologise in advance for any inconveniences we may cause.
Please take care of yourselves and your family's during this time and we hope to be operating as normal in the not too distant future.
Whether you shoot Home Video's or Production Video's, either on a Digital SLR, Video Camera, or Sport Camera, buying the correct tripod could be a daunting experience...
At Videoguys we can help you through this process every step of the way. The goal is to help you narrow your choice of options, pick through what is important to you, and make it easier to choose the right tripod to suit your needs and your budget.
There are eight characteristics common to all tripods: Collapsed size, size, load capacity, head type, feet, leg locks, and common material IE Aluminum or Carbon Fiber. The more you know about each, the easier it will be to buy the perfect tripod for your picture-taking needs.
Most commonly we do complete tripods Kits which come with a Head and Legs, and mostly include a Tripod Bag which you can find in Videoguys Tripod Systems category. We sell Video Heads on their own which you can find in the Video Heads category, as well are the individual Tripod Legs, which are in the Tripod Legs category, but most important consideration in buying a tripod is the weight of the camera that the tripod system is going to support. So look at the total weight of your camera, and include all accessories IE Lens, battery, wireless microphones, on camera lights if any, and then buy the tripod system that can handle that max weight. Its OK to get a Video Tripod system that can handle more weight than what you need, you never know what you will be doing in the future with your equipment.