|23rd of August 2009 (Sun)||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2007
RRS Lever-Release Quick-Release Clamp Variant
What's the diference and advantage for each of the following:-
i) B2-40 LR clamp
ii) B2 LLR II: 80mm LR clamp w/ dual mount
ii ) B2 LR II: 60mm LR clamp with dual mount
Which one is compatible with Giottos MH1002 ballhead?
Is all of the above is compatible with the RRS L plate?
|24th of August 2009 (Mon)||#3|
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Re: RRS Lever-Release Quick-Release Clamp Variant
these are compatible with your giottos:
B2 LR II, B2-Pro, B2 LLR II, B2-Pro/L (may require Stud, $5)
The only difference between LR II and LLR II is the length, and here is RRS's explaination on why you would go 60mm vs 80mm:
"Our standard length clamps, with 60mm (2.4-inch) long clamping jaws, are suitable for most photography. Choose our longer clamps with 80mm (3.2-inch) long clamping jaws for large format or super telephotos— heavy artillery."
go full frame!
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