TRI­POD AL­TER­NA­TIVES

You don’t al­ways need three legs to keep your cam­era sta­ble

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the Platy­pod Pro Max (PLATY­POD.COM/ MAX) is an ex­cel­lent piece of kit for use in sit­u­a­tions where tripods are banned or space is per­haps too tight for one. it’s com­pact and easy to tuck into your back­pack, but it pro­vides a rock-steady cam­era plat­form when it’s used prop­erly. to buy your own head to

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other op­tions are a bean­bag or lens­sack that can be used to cush­ion your cam­era, or a mini tri­pod such as one of the Joby go­ril­laPod stands. Clamps aren’t such a good idea as you’re not usu­ally al­lowed to at­tach them to any­thing when shoot­ing from tall build­ings, so your cam­era sup­port must also be self­sup­port­ing. Wex Photo Video (WEXPHOTOVIDEO. COM) and other on­line re­tail­ers of­fer a good range of com­pact sup­ports.

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