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Best Answer e-five says
I found the same, I wasn't a convert until I used one.
Thanks for your response.
It sounds like you have a steadier hand than I do. Thanks for the answer.
Deb Hirt says
My husband is the same. For birds it is often a waiting game. Often with a camera poised muscle fatigue begins. I think a tripod, for many pictures, is the difference between a good photo and a great photo. Thanks
Randy McLaughlin says
I love macro photography, there is so much we miss with the normal eye. Thanks for taking the time to answer and explain.
You are right, better to get a shot, than not. I have been in our garden here in Brazil and wished I had brought the camera out. By the time I run to the house, the bug, bird, animal has gone.
Shravan K Acharya says
I find a lightweight one is helpful and sometimes take it with me for landscapes etc.
Thanks for the advice.
Yes, this seems to be similar to many who are on the go. Stop, aim, shoot. Thanks for your response.