Re: Manfrotto 3265

From: James Cheek ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/14/04-02:58:06 PM Z
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I put one on of these heads my 25 year old Bogen 3020. It is a gem. I
also updated the 3020 with a set of inserts (feet) for the leg tips
which give me steel points or a rubber leg to stand on with a quick
adjustment to each leg. Nice lightweight medium duty combo.
I bought this tripod partly because of price 25 years ago and it "just
keeps on tickin'".

Jim Cheek

On Wednesday, January 14, 2004, at 03:10 PM, Sandy King wrote:

> This is more of a camera comment than alt process comment but some of
> you might be interested.
> I just bought a new Gitzo G2220 tripod in an effort to cut back on
> weight a bit with my 5X7 outfit. My original intent was to use one of
> my old Manfrotto heads on this tripod but instead I wound up buying
> the new Manfrotto 32675 head. Wonder if anyone else has used this
> head? I have found it to be an absolute delight. It is a ball-type
> head that works with a pistol-type grip. You pull back on the trigger
> and you can swivel the camera in any direction, in a split second. And
> of course it works with quick release plates and has a level.
> What a delight this head is to work with. Usually changes offer small
> increments of improvement but this one is a leap in performance.
> Sandy King
Received on Wed Jan 14 15:06:25 2004

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