Photo Gear: Epic Tripod Butler

If you’re a photographer who often shoots outdoor, you’d love this photo gear. The Epic Tripod Butler is perfect for holding lenses, strobes, batteries, filters, or anything else you need to keep handy.

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The epic Tripod Butler is perfect for holding lenses, strobes, batteries, or anything else you need to keep handy, and is designed to stand up to the rigors of both studio and field use.

The epic Tripod Butler attaches quickly to the legs of your tripod using Velcro fasteners. Each side measures 13.5″ and it has three separate compartments (which are lined for additional protection). Photographers who shoot outdoors will often put weights in these compartments to provide additional stability to their tripods when shooting in windy conditions. Studio photographers use the epic Tripod Butler to keep everything from extra sync cords, film, lenses, and other accessories stored in a safe and convenient place. Videographers will no longer have to rummage around for that roll of gaffers tape, photo filter, or extra batteries – they are always easy to get to and always right where you need them.

Made of the finest materials, this strong versatile tripod tray is designed for professional use and will provide years of service. It comes with a 100% money back guarantee. The price is just $18.95 (approximately £10.50).


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