When is a tripod redundant?

Started Jul 31, 2013 | Discussions thread
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In reply to JP Scherrer, Aug 4, 2013

JP Scherrer wrote:

...as in ANY CASE, a tripod -meaning a GOOD STURDY one- will allways help stabilize any camera/lens ! Period !

A tripod can be about carefully composing and image regardless of how much light or shutter speed you have.  And if you want the least amount of camera shake, don't be holding the camera!  Put it on a solid, tripod using MLU, and a remote cable release.

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