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Hello from Reno - got a P1000 for bird identification while hiking

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DinkTown

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Hi all. I got a p1000 to help me identify/ capture birds while hiking. I’m trying to figure out a setup for so I can set up a tripod / monopod quickly but the setup isn’t to heavy for a 6-8 hr hike.

Any suggestions?

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What are your limits fortoo heavy”?

 

A Sirui P-326 with a Manfrotto 234RC tilthead for monopods is 680 grams and isn’t bankbreakingly expensive. 



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What are your limits fortoo heavy”?

A Sirui P-326 with a Manfrotto 234RC tilthead for monopods is 680 grams and isn’t bankbreakingly expensive.


Looks perfect - thanks for recommendation!





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