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D800 Tripod/Ball Head Recommendations[forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Tripods, Heads & Camera Support >> D800 Tripod/Ball Head Recommendations
Topic replies: 8, views: 187, archived
Posted by jtj007 on 15-Oct-2014
of purchasing a Gitzo GT2542 Mountaineer tripod with a Markins Q10i with lever release...
Ball Head Load Capacity Question[forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Tripods, Heads & Camera Support >> Ball Head Load Capacity Question
Topic replies: 14, views: 170, archived
Posted by ultinikon on 08-Oct-2014
I've read in the FAQ a recommendation of 3-to-1 for load capacity to weight of gear to achieve the "sweet spot" functionality. While I have a Markins... ? Should I just shoot hand-held until the Markins arrives? Thanks for any...
How to best rig a tripod/head combo for my gear?[forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Tripods, Heads & Camera Support >> How to best rig a tripod/head combo for my gear?
Topic replies: 7, views: 193, archived
Posted by BillinBoston on 02-Oct-2014
about the Markins ball head. Your exposition is so compelling... that purchase. 2. I hope to buy a Markins Q20iK within a week. Although... . There has been mention in other posts, and the Markins site, that a BV22...
RE: Suggestions for a tripod[forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Tripods, Heads & Camera Support >> Suggestions for a tripod
Topic replies: 2, views: 0, archived
Posted by MEMcD on 14-Oct-2014
pounds (Markins Q3 - Q20) is the solid lightweight option...
RE: Which tripod?[forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Tripods, Heads & Camera Support >> Which tripod?
Topic replies: 1, views: 0, archived
Posted by ultinikon on 12-Oct-2014
Is the PG-50 also the correct Markins plate for the D7100 with MB-D15?...
RRS 55 Ball Head[forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Tripods, Heads & Camera Support >> RRS 55 Ball Head
Topic replies: 0, views: 67, archived
Posted by saxonsraven1 on 08-Oct-2014
Having a bogon tripod a markins ballhead I purchased a RRS 55 Ballhead and what a difference. Comments about the 55 seemed a little pumped up until you have one. Engineering quality and proformance remind me of what Rolls...
L-Bracket -- universal vs custom[forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Tripods, Heads & Camera Support >> L-Bracket -- universal vs custom
Topic replies: 20, views: 268, archived
Posted by quenton8 on 05-Sep-2014
I am looking an L-Bracket for my D7100 with Markins 10i ball head. I see two in the pro-shop, the Markins universal and the Kirk. What are the advantages and disadvantages to each? (I have never used an L-bracket...
Tripod Recommendations D7100 + Short Photographer![forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Tripods, Heads & Camera Support >> Tripod Recommendations D7100 + Short Photographer!
Topic replies: 22, views: 264, archived
Posted by DivotDiva on 23-Sep-2014
, 4-section, no column, Markins ball head, and L-bracket or plate...
RE: new Gitzo[forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Tripods, Heads & Camera Support >> new Gitzo
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Posted by billg71 on 27-Sep-2014
a lot for a 2-series 3-section tripod. Can't comment on the Markins...
Need Gitzo Advice (Mountaineer Series)![forum message]
MASTER YOUR TOOLS - Hardware & Software >> Tripods, Heads & Camera Support >> Need Gitzo Advice (Mountaineer Series)!
Topic replies: 3, views: 112, archived
Posted by Bghead8che on 23-Sep-2014
that there is not a Markins tripod base available for the latest Mountaineer series...
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