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    Hi everyone,
    Please help me out here.
    I want to get a mini tripod for my canon ixus 40, any good one to recommend? my budget will be within 100 bucks. I need one thats compact for easy carrying and travelling and it can be extend to a height that can take full body pics. Plz state the price too. Thanks

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    mini tripod should be in the region of $30-$40. A lot of choices. Go visit the shop and try lah

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    many for sale in Buy and sell.

    I am selling one as well, $40 Brand new

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    Yes I am using one of these with my 8400 for light days. Very small and open to reasonable heights (not eye level). They also have a slightly taller version
    http://www.thkphoto.com/products/slik/slik-ss2.html
    maybe you can consider.

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    for 'light' days. i remembered this phrase used in a sanitary pad commercial.

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    was not think of that but it seems to fit the bill.

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    for 'light' days. i remembered this phrase used in a sanitary pad commercial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003
    for 'light' days. i remembered this phrase used in a sanitary pad commercial.
    the power of commercial.

    Now I can't get the 'there she goes' out of my head

    as well as the previous sony ad song

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