PenGun wrote:Most important tool for sharpness and low light shots ... a tripod.
slowriot wrote:PenGun wrote:Most important tool for sharpness and low light shots ... a tripod.
Assuming your subject stays still and the situation allows you to setup a tripod.
Tripods are great but the cheaper ones are either worrisome in terms of stability or too bulky, higher quality ones are hard to justify for some hobbyist.
TheEmrys wrote:I don't usually talk about lenses, but these are made for quite a few different mounts, so I thought I would share my experience.
First off, I just got a Tokina 28-70/2.8 Pro. Wow, this thing is heavy. Like, 760+ grams heavy, making it heavier than my Big Beercan which is at a paltry ~620g. But wow, this is a sharp lens. The constant 2.8 makes this a great indoor lens. I'll still use my Sony 18-135mm SAM as a walkaround, but this Tokina is a tank for indoor shooting.
druidcent wrote:What about a monopod? are those worthwhile to carry on a hike or something?
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