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|Date/Time:|| 5-May-2012 15:36:36 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Re: FEISOL CM-1473 monopod with legs, any good?|
sturdy and very well done.
But, for sure, not cheap and light.
I like it, a whole lot!
2012/5/2 Wim <#removed#>
> Is this an idea ? very sturdy and easy to handle.
> (Feisol tripod + Fanotec pole + pole rotator + tripod adapter)
> (3 images)
> --- In #removed#, luca vascon <luca.vascon@...> wrote:
> > Hmmm, my own concern was about wobbling, for the small legs, and long
> > monopod.
> > @Jurgen,
> > keep in mind that is a long, sturdy monopod, and that it can be paired
> > a 2nd monopod reversed on it (the way I did a lot of 3m high shots)
> > @Hans,
> > I also used a small, welldone chinese tripod with a long monopod inserted
> > as central column (it was the right diameter), just before we made the
> > Venice meeting. But I never mounted it with the original column and the
> > rotator between the 2, coz it was decreasing stability.
> > Later I also completely reversed the scheme, using larger tripods, and
> > attatching the camera to the small edge of the monopod..
> > This increases stability and highness reachable. Though Agnos rotators
> > Manfrotto 300n are sturdy enough, I always prefer to rotate the tripod
> > column and to have a straight connection between the tripod column and
> > monopod. I think my way is less confortable, but more simple and secure.
> > Did you upgraded that setup after the gondola shot? what directions took?
> > @all,
> > I used Feisol once. My impression was very good. I have many Manfrottos,
> > one Gitzo, a Giottos, and 2 Berlebach, that are the ones that I'm mostly
> > attatched to.
> > --
> > Luca Vascon.
> > www.nuovostudio.it
> > www.officinepanottiche.com