There are many tripods available and the sky is the limit as far as price goes.
The #1 function of a tripod is to hold your camera steady.
The more stable the tripod, the "better" the tripod is.
A proper tripod can cost north of $250+. The options presented here are to get you to a basic or intermediate level. For recommendations on a higher grade or professional tripod, e-mail support.
Basic tabletop tripod:
This is great for tabletop use with a compact camera or smartphone but it will not be at standing height. This tripod is good for most compact cameras, but not DSLR.
Basic standing height tripod:
This is a good budget option. If you have the budget to buy the intermediate option, go for that one instead. This tripod is good for all compact & mirrorless cameras, along with most DSLRs.
Intermediate standing height tripod:
For the majority of the group, this will be what you want.
If you’re interested in something more advanced, contact support for a consultation.