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same spirit here ?
I have to play more with the night shots.
I rarely get good ones.
I never seem to have the damn tripod when I want it
But I have to remember the timer trick. I knew that and forgot about it.
I don't have a remote, but it's on my wishlist. My biggest problem is time to play.
There seems to be any
around all day and not gotten one decent shot. Ya never know
I did see a tripod a couple of weeks ago that a friend had. It folded
up so small. It would be great to carry. It wasn't overly heavy and held
my camera all right. Not sure about anything heavier. Nice to just have it on hand though.
(I'm guessing, of course, that this is a product thereof...)