|18th of May 2007 (Fri)||#1|
Join Date: May 2006
Location: Northeastern USA
Monopod as cheaper "IS" at Weddings?
Wanted opinions, if possible, from those of you who've tried this: Using a monopod during ceremony shots in dark interiors - as a substitute for IS lenses, like the 70-200 IS.
Completely sane idea?
Dream on...weddings are too fast moving? (but not for the ceremony part!)
Great idea...the poor photog's Image stabilizer.
I know how useful the IS can be...and I intend to get one eventually. But I'd like opinions. I have a monopod that extends and retracts quickly with one hand (manfrotto 3245) with a 486RC2 ballhead. I am of the opinion that it's not such a bad idea.
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