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Aug 23, 2011 21:19 |  #286

Well there are plenty of other levelling bases that take a normal tripod thread which you could then stick on the Markins base.


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Aug 23, 2011 21:34 |  #287

The Ran wrote in post #12988212 (external link)
Well there are plenty of other levelling bases that take a normal tripod thread which you could then stick on the Markins base.

Yeah,I didn't think of other options. Thanks for your help! :cool:




  
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Aug 24, 2011 00:49 |  #288

Does anyone have the Arca Swiss cube or the Photoclam Multiflex? I'm considering the Multiflex as a future purchase and it will likely replace the PC-44NS I have on my Manfrotto sticks right now.


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Aug 24, 2011 13:49 |  #289

agphotography wrote in post #12989124 (external link)
Does anyone have the Arca Swiss cube or the Photoclam Multiflex? I'm considering the Multiflex as a future purchase and it will likely replace the PC-44NS I have on my Manfrotto sticks right now.

The Arca Swiss cube is sick! Are you going to use it with a TS lens? That would be interesting to see with all the options you have with that ball head. :)




  
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Aug 24, 2011 14:08 |  #290

I finally got around to making a tripod bag for the TC-80N3 remote

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Aug 24, 2011 14:27 |  #291

^Nice JDubya. Where can I place my order? :cool::)




  
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Aug 24, 2011 14:50 |  #292

You've just given me an idea, I've got a similar case that'll be perfect for my Trigger Trap when it comes.


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Aug 24, 2011 15:24 |  #293

JDubya wrote in post #12992149 (external link)
I finally got around to making a tripod bag for the TC-80N3 remote



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Hmmm. This looks familiar, right down to the magnetic closure.  :p Looking good.

The fold away top was a very nice touch!


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Aug 24, 2011 15:29 |  #294

Indecent Exposure wrote in post #12992581 (external link)
Hmmm. This looks familiar, right down to the magnetic closure.  :p Looking good.

The fold away top was a very nice touch!

haha thanks! You would've been the first to know, had I not deleted my old PMs lol




  
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Aug 24, 2011 16:02 |  #295

JDubya wrote in post #12992149 (external link)
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cool, but why do you want your remote hidden where you can't see the time left and or use the buttons? Yeah yeah, I know we don't want them dangling, but I just hook mine to the hook under the center column at the very end of it's cable so it doesn't move but I can see/use it.


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Aug 24, 2011 16:06 |  #296

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cool, but why do you want your remote hidden where you can't see the time left and or use the buttons? Yeah yeah, I know we don't want them dangling, but I just hook mine to the hook under the center column at the very end of it's cable so it doesn't move but I can see/use it.

It's so it doesn't dangle and generally become a nuisance when moving. It you need to use it, pop it out and use it. When you don't, stow it out of the way.


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Aug 24, 2011 16:59 |  #297

Indecent Exposure wrote in post #12992834 (external link)
It's so it doesn't dangle and generally become a nuisance when moving. It you need to use it, pop it out and use it. When you don't, stow it out of the way.

Another approach might be to place some Velcro on a key spot on the tripod and a patch on the back of the remote. I'll have to give that a try. I always end up hanging my remote over the camera body and still letting it dangle a bit.


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Aug 24, 2011 17:06 |  #298

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Another approach might be to place some Velcro on a key spot on the tripod and a patch on the back of the remote. I'll have to give that a try. I always end up hanging my remote over the camera body and still letting it dangle a bit.

That's exactly what I did before I made this little pouch. It worked but I try to avoid Velcro when I can (it's noisy).

you can't really tell in the photos but this pouch is padded with 1/8" closed-cell foam/rubber.




  
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Aug 24, 2011 19:10 |  #299

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The Arca Swiss cube is sick! Are you going to use it with a TS lens? That would be interesting to see with all the options you have with that ball head. :)

Yeah the intention would be to use it with the 17mm TS-E I will hopefully be getting soon. As well as the Zeiss 21mm.

I will definitely consider it then. Either option is expensive (considering they are both over $1k) so it will take some time to consider it and save up.


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Aug 24, 2011 19:14 |  #300

agphotography wrote in post #12993870 (external link)
Yeah the intention would be to use it with the 17mm TS-E I will hopefully be getting soon. As well as the Zeiss 21mm.

I will definitely consider it then. Either option is expensive (considering they are both over $1k) so it will take some time to consider it and save up.

Cool! :) I think it would do well with those two lenses you mentioned bcoz' I love mine! :cool:




  
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