Yep! And there is danger in that sort of habit: I had a wonderful Gitzo in the boot, just down the stairs... and I preferred ending up using ISO 3200 (and 6400 for others in the series that I don't like as much).
Olivier Rychner __________________________________________ Jetez un oeil à ma galerie if you feel like it! And it's a bit void as of now, but I also have a Nikonians blog
Auta i lomë! And my Nikon's only awaiting daylight...
Sun 23-Sep-12 04:50 PM | edited Sun 23-Sep-12 04:51 PM by Davidpeter1
"After browsing the Nikonians forums, I thought I might expand on my tripod system, which has evolved ..." (says your blog)
....into partial redundancy?
I'm tempted to join you if that's a yes I hear
I recently bought what I thought was a lightweight tripod that I could put on my back and cycle around with (Manfrotto 190Prob)and have found that together with the Lowepro rucksack plus camera and the odd lens, I felt as if I was cycling around with a sack of coal on my back!
It's amazing to think that you got this nice shot at 3200, whereas 10 years ago we would have probably been on 50 or 100 slide film.
I'm increasingly bumping up the ISO a bit, but nervous about going so far - but maybe I should push more, especially for B+W.