When is a tripod redundant?

Started Jul 31, 2013 | Discussions thread
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larrywilson
larrywilson Veteran Member • Posts: 5,185
Re: When is a tripod redundant?
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A tripod is never redundant, it slows a person down, eliminates camera shake and enables a person to think before releasing the shutter.  Better to shoot static subjects at low iso and slower speeds with a tripod.

Larry

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