Vitec Group showcases products under the National Geographic, Gitzo, and Manfrotto brands

Vitec Group showcases products under the National Geographic, Gitzo, and Manfrotto brands


Premium is not just about design, but also about dependability and satisfaction. Recently, the Vitec Group showcased premium products under the National Geographic, Gitzo, and Manfrotto brands – products of high craftsmanship aimed at travellers and photographers.

National Geographic, Manfrotto

National Geographic‘s pioneering use of photography is a vital element in the success of its mission to inspire people to care about the planet. It’s collection of bags offer a blend of design, functionality, and accommodation of photography equipment. As a photographer, you know that inspiring images are unrepeatable, split-second combinations of fine-tuned equipment, fantastic light, fleeting expressions, and sudden discoveries. Make sure you’re ready to capture the moment with National Geographic bags.

National Geographic, Manfrotto

Professionals the world over acknowledge Gitzo tripods, monopods, heads and accessories as setting the industry’s standards for excellence. Versatile and timeless, even a Gitzo tripod purchased over 25 years ago is compatible with accessories available today and can still be serviced almost as though it were a brand new model. Gitzo’s carefully crafted products make up a comprehensive range of supports for large, medium and small cameras, for film or digital technology, for still photography or video, for studio or location work.

National Geographic, Manfrotto

Based in Northern Italy at Cassola, Manfrotto designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of camera and lighting support equipment for the professional photographic, film, theater, live entertainment and video markets. The product line includes an extensive range of camera tripods and heads, lighting stands and accessories.

Blogger-Photographers can’t help themselves

  • Vitec Group showcases products under the National Geographic, Gitzo, and Manfrotto brands
    Left to Right: the author and Ted Claudio of wazzup.ph.

Bloggers are also photographers, and they depend on their gear. Naturally, they know when they get hold of good photographer’s bags and gear.

 

National Geographic, Manfrotto

Ted Madamba, renowned photographer from Cebu, gave a quick talk during the event on sealing photographic moments with the aid of his trust Manfrotto tripod. He poses with a National Geographic backpack with Manfrotto tripods behind him.

 

National Geographic, Manfrotto

Left to Right: Cly Roxas (President, Macpower Marketing Corporation), Inanc Blanc (Country Manager, Lazada.com.ph), Kelly Uy (President, Colours Digital Foto), Epik Pios (Marketing Manager, Macpower Marketing Corporation), and Takeshi Kawasaki (Senior Vice President, Manfrotto Asia Pacific).

When your livelihood depends on the quality, performance, and reliability of your equipment, then choosing the best is no longer a luxury. Vitec brands (National Geographic, Gitzo, Manfrotto) are designed for performance in three core markets – Broadcast & Video, Photography, and Military, Aereospace and Government.

National Geographic, Vitec, and Manfrotto products are available at

Henry’s Professional

Quiapo Branch | 310 P. Gomez Street Quiapo, Manila
Glorietta Branch | 3rd Floor New Glorietta, Makati City
Trinoma Branch | Space # 3017 3rd floor, Trinoma Mall North Avenue cor.Edsa, Bagong Pag-asa 1, Quezon City
Ayala Cebu Branch | 3rd level Ayala Cebu Phase 2B Annex
Hidalgo Quiapo Branch | 710 R. Hidalgo St. Quiapo Manila

Colours | Fotos Cameras Gadgets

SM CITY CEBU | Lower Ground Floor, Atrium AB SM City, Cebu
AYALA CENTRE CEBU | 3rd Level Expansion Mall, Cebu Business Park Ayala Center, Metro Cebu
ICM BOHOL | Lower Ground Floor Island City Mall, Dampas District, Tagbilaran City, Bohol
CENTRIO MALL | Second Floor, Centrio Mall, CM Recto Avenue and Corrales Street, Cagayan de Oro City

www.lazada.com.ph through Macpower Marketing Corp.

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Author

Irwin Allen Rivera loves his wife’s cooking so much he’s now twice the man he used to be. His English essay won a Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in 2012. His philosophical-horror story appeared in Philippine Speculative Fiction 8 (2013). He was managing editor and lead writer of Sites and Symbols 2 (2005), a coffee-table book about buildings in UP Diliman – his alma mater (BA Philosophy; MA Creative Writing continuing). He worked at the UP Diliman Information Office before shifting to web content writing. His sudden fiction, “Notwithstanding Pigs,” initially a Friendster testimonial, appeared in Philippines Graphic (2006) and in Very Short Stories for Harried Readers (2007). He used to write for www.technoodling.net.