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Re: Cameras and Iris photograaphy

Diana Louis wrote:
> FWIW, I have a monopod which is a lot easier to carry around which
> is importat when I'm out in a field trying to find hoeybees on
> wildflowers and dragging my camera with me.

Good point.  When you think about it - your 2 legs and the monopod = a 
tripod.  Some people have very good success with this.  ME, well not much 
to tell.  My tripod is ultra light weight.  A 6 year old could carry it.

Dennis zone 6-7 sorta

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