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bio website ramblings.ajaxed.net
location India
age 31
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen Mar 28 '13 at 11:32

Software Developer, Sales Engineer, Photographer, random collector, a lot more, probably a lot less


Sep
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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awarded  Caucus
Oct
9
comment White spots on some photos
Do you get this issue when you change lenses as well? Or is it specific to a lens?
Aug
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awarded  Nice Question
Oct
9
comment What are my best options for a tripod for up to $100?
I'm accepting this as the answer because this is sensible knowledge. You're right, until I try a bit (perhaps by borrowing from friends) I'll never know which tripod is sufficient
Oct
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awarded  Scholar
Oct
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accepted What are my best options for a tripod for up to $100?
Oct
6
comment What are my best options for a tripod for up to $100?
@BBischof Sure. Though I think for you, it would be better to ask it separately so that folks will answer the question accordingly :)
Oct
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awarded  Supporter
Oct
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comment What are my best options for a tripod for up to $100?
Exactly what I don't wish to do. Not buy /less/ tripod and then end up ruing it. Checking out Thom Hogan's article. Hopefully it'll help
Oct
6
comment What are my best options for a tripod for up to $100?
Indeed, I should have mentioned it. The largest lens I have is a 75-300 which is the most I think I'll go for. The others are the kit lens and a prime. I plan to purchase a wide angle sometime in the future, once I've saved enough. But I think that will not be too much of excessive load when compared to the 75-300
Oct
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awarded  Student
Oct
5
asked What are my best options for a tripod for up to $100?
Oct
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awarded  Autobiographer