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Redsnapper in action

Posted by joe

Redsnapper customer Matt Hall recently ventured to Canada on holiday and sent back a picture of his Redsnapper RSF-284 in action – Thanks Matt!                   Matts excellent resulting image.

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Service back up

Posted by joe

Hi Redsnapper, Just wanted to say thanks for helping me out recently. After many years of faithful service, my Red Snapper tripod was found to be missing a small screw, which affected its stability. I honestly thought I was going to have to pay for an expensive repair or, worse, replace the tripod. But after […]

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Redsnapper RSF-284 Tripod & RSH-61 Ball Head

Posted by joe

I just had to write and thank you very much for such a fantastic on-line shopping experience. I placed my order late on Wednesday night and it has arrived safely today, Friday. I am delighted with the tripod and head – it is beautifully made and just shouts out quality whilst being stylish and understated. […]

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THE RST-283 & RSH-12 Get Low Down

Posted by joe

  The Redsnapper RST-283 & RSH-12 set on the lowest leg setting with the included optional short centre column installed

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RSF-284 & RSH-61 Get Low Down And More

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  The Redsnapper RSF-284 & RSH-61 with legs on their lowest setting and the included optional short centre column installed.                

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RSPCA Young Photographer of the Year

Posted by joe

Redsnapper are proud to announce that Alex Berryman has been awarded the RSPCA’s title of Young Photographer of the Year (12-15 catogory) for 2012. Alex, a Redsnapper user, is obviously delighted with this accolade which adds to the title of RHS International Young Garden Photographer of the Year 2012 he also won last year. Take a look at his […]

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A Common Response…

Posted by joe

Just a short note to say that I have just received my Redsnapper RS-284 Tripod and I am quite frankly “blown away”! The quality of the materials used, the construction and mechanicals are what I would expect to find on a really top end brand. Even the padded carrying case and strap is far superior […]

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