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Ten items you should have in your camera bag
Carrying a full-size tripod around isn't always practical unless you know you're definitely going to use it. But there's nothing worse than being caught out without a camera support when you end up really needing one. Mini tripods are small (obviously), and lightweight. While not as versatile as a full-size model, a mini tripod opens up a lot of possibilities, especially when it comes to low-light photography. With your camera on the tripod, resting on a wall, tree branch or even the ground, you can use slow shutter speeds without fear of shake.