So I regularly enjoy backpacking. And probably 50% of my enjoyment of backpacking is derived from photography. I've already gone the route of using a trekking pole as a monopod. That works great for the 50% of occasions where I need extra stability. The OM-D's IBIS covers another 30% of the situations. But its that last 20% that has me stuck. Simply propping up my camera on a rock did relatively well for shooting this timelapse: https://www.mu-43.com/f95/sunset-timelapse-over-pacific-34462/ But there's still a shift in the camera part way through and I'd also like something for doing to amateur astrophotography when I'm out in the wilderness away from city lights. Has anyone had any experience with this little guy? Pedco Ultra Pod II It's only 4.2 oz and the ability to strap it into place on trees is attractive...or should I just go for a Gorilla pod...? Any opinions?