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maltinashkodra

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About maltinashkodra

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  1. Hey there! Thanks for the links, but I can't access it since I'm new to SGL!
  2. Hi everyone! As a newbie in astronomical viewing, I am trying to decide on buying a tripod for my 25x70 Celestron bins. I read few reviews and advice for choosing the right tripod, but at this point I am kind of lost! One thing I understood is that I need a better tripod because my bins are a bit heavier (1.475 kg) . I will be using the tripod for my Nikon D90 camera as well, so I would pay up to 100 Euros but wouldn't spend more on it. Any suggestion anyone ? Thanks, Maltina
  3. maltinashkodra

    Launching the stargazing experience!

    Thanks a lot to everyone for the welcoming messages and useful advice! It seems I'll be posting many questions until I get a grip of it and start exploring the sky! Cheers
  4. maltinashkodra

    Launching the stargazing experience!

    Thanks a lot to everyone for the welcoming messages and the useful advice! It seems I'll be posting many questions for the begging until I get the grip of it and start exploring the sky! Cheers
  5. maltinashkodra

    Launching the stargazing experience!

    Hi there! I recently had my birthday and my family got me a pair of Celestron SkyMaster binoculars 25x70! I was so happy since I've been wanting to save some money and get a telescope (or bins) and start a stargazing experience:)! The first time I tried the bins I realized immediately I need a tripod, so now I am reviewing some options and I would appreciate any advice. I have a nikon camera and I want to take pictures of the views as well, so again I'll appreciate any advice on the choice of my tripod and/or other accessory I would need to take nice pics:)! Cheers, Maltina
  6. Selecting a tripod for my bins...

    1. hobsey

      hobsey

      Go for a monopod and trigger grip. More portable.

    2. Myopicus

      Myopicus

      +1 for monopod

    3. Earl

      Earl

      all depends how hands free you are planning to be.

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