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Hello everyone. How to take a picture keeping the camera still?? Do anyone have problems taking pictures of tricoms and your hands shake really bad. My does because of the medicine I have to take.
 
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Hello everyone. How to take a picture keeping the camera still?? Do anyone have problems taking pictures of tricoms and your hands shake really bad. My does because of the medicine I have to take.
Yea I have arthritis on top of other stuff i kwim.

I brought a microscope just for that job

I try check them on the plant as best I can but when I think there ready I use the microscope

You can use it free hand if you haven’t shakey hands but I’d like you & me you have you just take a small bud off and put it under the scope.

You can buy them on Amazon for about £30 they don’t come with a good stand. The stand in the pic I brought separately. They work with the phone so check your phones compatible.
 
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BryanOconner

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Comment on shaky hands . Talk to your neuro doctor about getting onto a BETA BLOCKER. something like a 25 mg Metoprolol
I take it . Helps a lot with shaky hands . Again if your blood pressure is low you cant take it . If your a bit elevated it will greatly improve your hands .
 
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Hello everyone. How to take a picture keeping the camera still?? Do anyone have problems taking pictures of tricoms and your hands shake really bad. My does because of the medicine I have to take.
Get you a tripod that holds your phone. You can always zoom in.
 
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Hello everyone. How to take a picture keeping the camera still?? Do anyone have problems taking pictures of tricoms and your hands shake really bad. My does because of the medicine I have to take.
Bit late to the Game, but for others that are curious a tripod for sure is the best Choice but if you wanna go budget you can either use a zip bag and fill it with beans/corn and use that as a tripod alternative or tighten some rope onto the Camera (quick release is pref. and often as and D ring), make it a loop and and build tension with your feet ie step into the Loop.
If your going for a Small scale Tripod i would recommend those with flexible rubbery feet, not those with circle elements clipped together.
 
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