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Hague TPB Tripod Pole Bracket

Hague Camera Supports

£90.00 (Inc. Tax)
£75.00 (Ex. Tax)
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The Hague Tripod Pole Bracket enables you to attach a pole or mast to your tripod for aerial photography or video.

The bracket attaches to most sturdy tripods, as long as the tripod head can be removed leaving the 3/8 threaded stud, as it is this stud that the bracket fastens to.

Once attached, the tripod can be levelled off by using the spirit level on the bracket. Any pole/mast can be attached with a diameter between 35 and 51mm and it is compatible with all Hague Highshot handheld camera poles.

The tripod bracket holds your pole/mast to the tripod. The mast can then hold your camera in an elevated position for sports events, property photography or site surveys. It's also ideal when using Virtual Reality 360 degrees cameras.

Designed and manufactured by Hague Camera Supports | Nottingham | England

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  • 5
    Tripod Pole Bracket

    Posted by Andy 'Jibz' Lockwood on 8th Apr 2022

    Really impressed - this bit of kit seems to be unique - holds the pole securely whilst I faff about framing the shot and dropping the shutter. Very clever screw down clamp that attaches to your bowl fitting and sleeves to help if your pole is smaller diameter than the clamps. Holds it well and is easy and quick to detach when done. Powder coated to protect against dings and scrapes and very easy to set up and use. Really well thought out, but most of all, useful bit of kit.

  • 4

    Posted by David Mcalone on 7th Nov 2021

    Having tested this now in the field it works very well indeed, a great idea and I would recommend it but - of course - you do need a robust tripod. A couple of irritations I found is the tendency for the knobs that tighten the bracket to the pole to slacken off when carrying the assembly (i.e. the tripod attached to the pole). I wasn't trying to carry the assembly long distances just changing locations by tens of metres. Secondly the small lever that tightens the brass bush fell off and was lost during transit! I had to replace it with a bolt! Would've been five out of five were it not for those problems as it works very well.