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    Ya forgot the link
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    It doesn't link to the page, so I just gave the name. But, it's under the 'Bogen' link, in products, Manfrotto tripod stuff, then Photo: Digi Compact Series, last one on the bottom.

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    I guess it's this one. I usually open a browser frame into a new window or tab to get the url
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    Yup. Would that one be considered 'good'?

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    i have a Gorilla Pod. its great! mine was only 24$ and it was the biggest one for a regular camera. its more for use of small areas rather than big landscapes. there is one for SLR cameras though. its very handy and you can take pictures with it just about anywhere. i got mine from my local camera shop.
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    That should work nicely for the table top. If you want to look down into the pot or for taller plants you can alway put the feet on stacks of books, or the plant on a lower table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glider14 View Post
    i have a Gorilla Pod. its great! mine was only 24$ and it was the biggest one for a regular camera. its more for use of small areas rather than big landscapes. there is one for SLR cameras though. its very handy and you can take pictures with it just about anywhere. i got mine from my local camera shop.
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    I have an UltraPod II that I use for backpacking. It's too light for use with my 35mm film camera and macro bellows but is fine for a smaller digital camera.

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