Even heavy duty tripods can benefit from extra stability. Using these tricks will help your tripod remain rock solid even in windy conditions
Spotting scopes are normally supported on a tripod. But is it worth trying to get away without lugging a tripod along?
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If you've decided to use support for your binoculars but can't decide on a monopod or tripod, take a look at the pros and cons of each here >
Using a monopod for a spotting scope is a compromise between stability and mobility. Here we'll help you weigh up which is most important.
Preparing to pay out precious bucks for a carbon fiber tripod? We'll help you to make the right choice for this exciting long-term investment
Already got Benro tripod legs and looking to upgrade the tripod head too? For a great range from a reputable brand, read this round-up.
This shortlist of Gitzo's top tripod heads aims to help birders looking to choose a stable and smooth-moving support for a spotting scope.
So many great tripod heads on offer from Manfrotto... how will you ever decide? May we humbly suggest starting with these reviews...
A brand offering rugged products and a great warranty, Vortex is many birders' go-to for optics. Check here for their best tripods for scopes
If you're aware that a Manfrotto tripod is a sound investment, but aren't sure which model will be best for your spotting scope, we can help.