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Tripod advice

Is your tripod a little cold to handle? Well Will has the answer.

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For handling comfort get some foam pipe lagging and wrap it around one of legs and use duct tape to secure it in place. It will make the tripod more comfortable to handle, especially when it is bitterly cold.
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