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    True. Though I still rely much on resting elbow on soemthing nearby where possible.... lazy lah

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    Originally posted by ToMyself

    *There will always be camera shake no matter how stable the tripod or your hand is. Its the degree of vibration or shake that you are willing to tolerate that matters.
    could use remote control or self-timer to minimise camera shake.
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    Originally posted by dehuis
    to each his own i think... to be fair to clive.. maybe he does have steady hands and frame of mind to do it up to 1s or maybe that particular shot was only up to 4r and of something whereby motion blur was not obvious or even not noticable to him. ( like to my newbie eyes... i dun see any blur on my pics but posted here and pple spot and point out to me)

    Yah, maybe it's a new technique after reaching the 18th stage of 21st century qigong.

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    I find my mini tabletop tripod immensely useful. And the size means I get to carry it in my bag everywhere I go. No sweat.

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