I've got a nice carbon tabletop tripod which I use for my 20x60 Razor spotting scope. On a calm day, the scope is nice and steady, and I really like its compactness and light weight. However, when the wind is blowing, the scope is vibrating, and the image is terrible. I'd like to buy a small tabletop tripod that is built tough and can handle a heavy optic in the wind. I ONLY use the tripod on a concrete bench so I'm not interested in tripods that that extend for higher use.
Any suggestions? Links?
Our bench spotting scope stand employs two large clamping plates to lock the stand securely to the bench. A bench thickness of one fourth inch to 12 inches is easily accommodated. The scope mounting head moves smoothly up and down on the 18 inch s...