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tri·pod

(trī'pod),
1. Three-legged.
2. A stand having three legs or supports.
[G. tripous, fr. tri- + pous, foot]

tri·pod

(trī'pod)
1. Three-legged.
2. A stand having three legs or supports.
[G. tripous, fr. tri- + pous, foot]

tripod

(trī′pŏd) [Gr. treis, three, + pous, foot]
A stand having three supports, usually legs.
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STEP 7: Loop the 2-foot nylon sling over the center leg of the tripod so the eyes of the sling hang evenly beneath the connecting rod.
Instead of having to rent a tripod in a destination country, this tripod is light enough to fly with us to just about any location.
The binoculars attach to a tripod head that in turn is secured to the sawhorse.
Zoe's Place baby hospice 2017 Christmas lights switch-on went ahead - despite an aluminium tripod being stole on the morning.
The best part is that this aluminum tripod folds down to 17 inches and weighs 2.75 pounds.
Many work lights are designed to sit on the floor but although they can be angled, it's often hard to get the light where you want it - not with the Double Tripod Site Light.
Suitable for use with a camera system for position and rotary orientation sensing, the Tripod is perfect for pick and place, small parts handling and loading installations.
Note that if a tripod W is not a single vertex, it consists of three smaller tripods, namely the children [W.sub.1], [W.sub.2], [W.sub.3] of W in the construction tree.
Connect your phone to a mini tripod on your desk and record a quick video.
Summit Treestands has added three new stands to The Crush Series lineup: the Outlook ladder stand and two tripod stands with reclining seats.
9 -- Larson Electronics has added an aluminium tripod with magnetic mounting capability that provides a stable mounting platform for cameras, night vision devices, and high value electronic equipment.