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Would also agree with Dean and Ron - about the crop and also that the longer and heavier the lens and the less the light, then the more and more you need a tripod if you want to capture critical detail. But they can be cumbersome, slow to use and if they take the fun out of it for you, then you have to carefully weigh the tradeoff and what suits you personally. Maybe a monopod could be a happy compromise?
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