Manfroto has two versions of their joystick grip. Only the more expensive one (PRO?) works reasonably well, but I only use it in my studio physically bolted to my light table (I use the horizontal one, not the vertical which is a problem device for sure).
Two issues about tripod use.
1. Never extend the upper column, it makes a tripod unstable, and at best, it vibrates enough that you will get motion blur. This means you need to select a tripod tall enough to use without extending the center column.
2. Hang a weight on the underhook, usually a camera bag. That takes the play out of the lens and stabilizes the tripod. If your tripod does not have a underhook and you can't add one, improvise until you can afford one that does.
Just doing those two things will help a huge amount.
Then, of course, get a good head, there are several out there, but plan on paying $$$ for it.