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Subject: Re: Sort of on topic - Coolpix 900 is/are good for rockets
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On 04/03/2018 07:15, Eric Stevens wrote:
> or

Impressive for hand held (but why would one *not* use a tripod in such a 
case). I'm only a low-end amateur, but my Velbon DV-7000 is a modest 
price for a damped tripod.

I've always been a bit sceptical about extreme zooms, but I can see that 
they have a niche for a one-camera person who wants to do (say) a bit of 
wildlife or "long range" sports.