Best low-level tripods
Love macro? You’ll need one of these. We check out five of the best options you can buy right now.
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THERE’S AN OLD photography saying that ‘the sharpest lens is a tripod’. And this is never truer than when shooting long exposures or intricate macro images. However, not all tripods are created equal and, for macro work in particular, you’ll need your trusty three-legged friend to be flexible enough to give you the creative freedom you need.
In this round-up, we’ve focused exclusively on low-level tripods, all of which will allow you to capture unique compositions very close to the ground. We’ve also limited our selection to affordable and sturdy options, with the most expensive being £258.
Let’s take a look at five of the best low-level options currently competing for your money...