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Issue resolved with a Giottos MTL8350 & Manfrotto 3 way head - testing for the first time proper tomorrow!
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Hi

I've come to the conclusion, since updgrading to a weighty Canon 5DMII, that the cheapish (but light) Velbon I bought, isn't particularly up to the job, particularly when fully extended - absolute stability is essential for doing bracketed exposures and long-exposures.

I was wondering if anyone could come up with some specific recommendations regarding a tripod (I'm current looking at Manfrotto 055XPROB) and whether they would go for a 3-way head or a ball head. I've read that a 3-way head is probably better for precision work for panoramas etc whilst a ball head is probably better for setting up quickly.

Budget wise, I'm probably looking to a maximum of 200 - and definitely want something that is still relatively light if possible. If anyone has any thoughts or recommendations, I'd be only to pleased to hear them.

Cheers

Fred

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