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5 Budget Tripods for Outdoor & Landscape Photography — 5 Comments

  1. Great roundup of tripods Dan! I love my Manfrotto 055XPROB legs which are similar to the 190XPROB and has that center column that swivels out horizontally. That is really useful for doing macro shots of flowers/plants as you can get as low to the ground as you want. Of course it’s not that light and you certainly feel it after a few miles of trail but for the price I like what I have.

  2. Thanks for the list! I’ve got both the Silk Sprint Pro and the Manfrotto 190XB, and love them. The Silk is a great tripod to bring on trips where space or weight is a critical issue; it’s small enough that I can pack it into a carryon suitcase when needed, and it’s great for backpacking. The Manfrotto is my general purpose tripod, and I love it. Mine doesn’t have the horizontal-capable center column; that sounds like it’d be awesome for macro work (as working with my camera upside down all the time gets tiresome).

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