>I had considered using books to adjust height. It is easy >enough inside, but not so easy if I am in the field. > >Thanks, > >--Ken >
True, but that is also true for any other table top tripod. You're accepting a significant compromise with any table top solution in exchange for great portability and convenience. I'm just saying that it works well for small cameras and can be employed more "flexibly" (pun really not intended) than a similar size rigid tripod especially in the field. I consider it a little tripod insurance when I really don't want to carry a tripod. Just wanted to make sure it wasn't overlooked as an alternative. It's such a handy, light, inexpensive device, it's easy to toss into the kit.