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Bogen 3001N/190D question

D2xer

Oakland, US
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"RE: Bogen 3001N/190D question"

D2xer Registered since 31st Oct 2012
Tue 06-Nov-12 05:08 PM | edited Tue 06-Nov-12 05:14 PM by D2xer

>Yes, I'm sure you're right, it is triangular to allow the
>legs to close properly.
>

I must admit I never used its macro/close-to-the-ground features much, but I see now that the adaptor does work quite handily in the way you describe.
In the interests of max. rigidity (largely with telephoto lenses) I used my 3021 with the column removed and ball head bolted directly onto the main casting. I also removed the smallest of the leg sections and fitted ground spikes to the remaining (2nd) leg extensions. It's very solid used this way, though very limited in height of course 8>)

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