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• Your rental begins when the first delivery attempt is made. If you do not think you’ll be available for home delivery, please contact us to arrange for delivery to another location.

• Your rental must be returned to its pick up location or postmarked by your shipper before the same day cut-off time. Contact the location you’ll be bringing the return package to in advance to find out what the same day cut-off time is. Remember, local pickup spots and ship centers have varied hours!

• For your security, get a receipt from whoever you are dropping your gear off with for return.

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Has there been an emergency? We understand. Please communicate your issue with us as soon as humanly possible so that we may properly address your needs with regards to your order. We are available by email, live chat, and by telephone during standard business hours.

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  • Alternatives to the Tripod

    Tripod rentals are a popular choice among photographers and videographers alike. This support mechanism helps keep the camera or camcorder from shaking. However, some artists feel the tripod is not always practical due to its size. If you would still like to add extra stability to your shot, you should consider renting one of these alternatives:

    • Monopods: This single-legged support has a little more flexibility than the tripod. However, a monopod does not necessarily give the same stability.
    • Clamps: Clamps can be mounted onto poles, window sills, railings and anything you can clamp something on to. This is a good option if you are going to be in one location.
    • Rigs: There are shoulder and chest rigs you can use to mount cameras directly to your person for added stability. Depending on the size of your equipment, this option may be burdensome.
    • Dollies: Some dollies offer mounts for cameras. The dollies typically have wheels or other means of motion, which may help give a unique perspective for your shot.
    • Jibs: To give extra movement, some tripods have a jib attachment you can use. This allows you to swing the camera or get different angles as you work.
    • Stands: Stands may come in a few different shapes and sizes, but a common stand is the beanbag. This support system is the perfect choice when you need a place to rest your camera.

    BorrowLenses has a lot more to offer you for camera support than tripod rentals.

    Rent Yours Today

    If you want to try out some of these tripod-alternatives, you should look over the available selection today. Renting from BorrowLenses gives you a chance to try out different products without a huge financial investment. You can rent camera support, accessories, lighting and other essential gear all from the comfort of your home or office.