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Old Sunday 8th May 2016, 17:09   #1
PSBT
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Celestron Regal Premium Tripod with PF80ED-A

Hey!

This tripod has good reviews in Amazon, even from people using it with spotting scopes (http://www.amazon.com/Celestron-8205...+rigal+premium).

Currently I own Celestron's basic photographic tripod which works fine with a pair of 8x56 binoculars, but I'm afraid that this tripod would not be good enough (and even dangerous) for the heavier and pricier PF80ED-A.

I was wondering if anyone is using the Regal Premium with the PF80ED-A and if it's enough, considering that apparently is much cheaper than other tripods and heads...

Thanks a lot!
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