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|Date/Time:||13-May-2012 20:39:14 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Re: OT -- a question -- Re: Nikon D800 test with 16mm and 10.5mm|
The shape of the leg (parallel tubes) and a well built construction, the
spread Y on the ground to keep legs together, the shape itself of the
"bowl" receptacle for head-levelling, everything is cooperating in killing
vibrations. Cinema-like tripods, and measuring instruments ones are the
One of the best vibration-killers remains the wooden Berlebach, the model
without center column, or the one with levelling bowl.
However, you said Olympus... Olympus digital camera?
Did he had the sensor stabilizer on?
I think no, coz it kills any serious night-shot ability.
Or Olympus lens?
@ Ken, you are true! damm true.
I only own a Berlebach, whose shape and material help a lot. It was "only"
200bucks 2nd hand. :-P
However, I do want a lightweight carbon tripod thet's pocketable and does
not cost a fortune. The perfect tripod is the one you can take with you.
2012/5/13 Ken Warner <#removed#>
> Well, the prices for their tripods would freeze anybody solid....:-)
> Erik Krause wrote:
> > Am 13.05.2012 17:09, schrieb luca vascon:
> >> SACHTLER
> >> and no tube-telescopic-leg manfrotto, gitzo etc.
> > We once where out to shoot a lunar eclipse, I with my manfrotto and a
> > freind with a Sachtler. We both had 1000mm lenses - I my russian mirror
> > lens, he an Olympus non-mirror. When I looked through the viewfinder of
> > his camera there was no shake at all, not even when I touched the
> > camera. With my manfrotto I rarely got the moon into field of view due
> > to shake...