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I'm the opposite; I've only done handheld so far. But then, I haven't done much HDR at all yet.

 

So the HDR you have done has been handheld or just photos in general are handheld? For me, unless the shutter speeds are going to be lower than I can handhold or I am shooting HDR, I don't normally use a tripod. When shooting sports, I do tend to use a monopod if I am using my 120-300mm f/2.8 lens. But that mainly is because I can't hold the beast for long.

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So the HDR you have done has been handheld or just photos in general are handheld? For me, unless the shutter speeds are going to be lower than I can handhold or I am shooting HDR, I don't normally use a tripod. When shooting sports, I do tend to use a monopod if I am using my 120-300mm f/2.8 lens. But that mainly is because I can't hold the beast for long.

90%+ of my shots are handheld, including HDR.

 

The weight of the f2.8 is mainly why I went with the f4. The price difference didn't hurt either ;) But, I did make sure to go for the IS version.

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