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Lost my Tripod. Help me spend money. :)

 
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Mar 15, 2013 20:57 |  #16

CxThree wrote in post #15719577 (external link)
Awesome. I bought one also and love it. One hour after it arrived, my 4yr old said daddy I got one of those and proceeded to show me where my 055xprob has been the whole time. One well, I'm happy with two man froths.. Lol

:lol:

Glad to hear it wasn't stolen. Good thing you didn't jump to any conclusions at the car wash. That would have been embarrassing.


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Mar 15, 2013 21:07 |  #17

My wife thinks my son and I teamed up to add another tripod. Lol


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Mar 15, 2013 21:28 as a reply to  @ CxThree's post |  #18

the description on the website leads me to believe it's simply a taller version of the 190xprob. and perhaps sold exclusively as a kit.

http://www.manfrotto.u​s …ripod-496rc2-qr-ball-head (external link)

Like the shorter 190PROXB model on which it’s based, the 190L features the Manfrotto-patented Q90 system...




  
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Mar 15, 2013 21:29 |  #19

CxThree wrote in post #15719913 (external link)
My wife thinks my son and I teamed up to add another tripod. Lol

Well duh...you know its true. :mrgreen:




  
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Mar 18, 2013 16:25 |  #20

CxThree wrote in post #15719577 (external link)
Awesome. I bought one also and love it. One hour after it arrived, my 4yr old said daddy I got one of those and proceeded to show me where my 055xprob has been the whole time. One well, I'm happy with two man froths.. Lol

Good one! :D




  
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