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    what kind do yall have...i want to get one but i dont want to spend alot of money right now..i was looking at the mx2000 tripod...really i just need one for today...
     
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    quantary 9002 with monopod

    I have the exact equipment as you as well if that helps. Th tripod can hold 7 lbs comfortable and its light to carry around. MOnopod is great to have.

    Nothing spectacular but its light and it looks pretty professional...When i have extra money i'd get manfroto or somethign as solid looking.
     
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    did you get yours of the net or in stores
     
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    got it at Ritz the store.
     
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    That's the exact one that I have. I don't recommend leaving a camera on any tripod if you're going to walk around but it's decent IMO.

    Since we have same gear it will hold on it...
     
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    ok thanks
     
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    wait for some other responses as someone might have better recommendations.

    I'm just 1 view.
     
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    well that's 2...2's good enough for me.
     
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    Is that MX2000 the Walmart $30 one?

    I had that one. Worked well with 30D+kit 28-135. Scary once I mounted 30D with 70-200 so I upgrade to a Manfrotto (forgot model #s ... 055ProB, somethign like that).
     
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    Best But has some Sunpak ones that are inexpensive, with a monopod as well. If you arent going to use a support much then it will work.
     

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