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.

Practical Photography (UK) - - Spring -

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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...

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