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...i'll say $45. i'm sure my wife is going to give me grief for more more gear.
i do kinda really want it, so i'll say $45. i'm sure my wife is going to give me grief for more more gear.
Quote from: "sleepy"i do kinda really want it, so i'll say $45. i'm sure my wife is going to give me grief for more more gear.Congrats. Please send $45 to Casa Grande AKA David Locke via paypal or mail - I've already covered the shipping. Be sure to let him know what address to mail it to.Thanks...
a bit heavier than I thought, but that's a good thing for stability. it weighs about the same as my walking stick. I will let you know when i'm in the field and have used it at it intention.
sorry, forgot to report back.I have used it well. Pros-fairly stable, light enough for trekking, heavy enough for weapon, easy and quick to useCons-works well only on flat surfaces (~.5 inches of adjustment on feet), might be heavy for some.It weighs approximately the same as my Leki Super Malaku pole and Velbon mini-tripod. i shoot some macro, so the tripod is better for that. Unfortunately, I left the mini-tripod on the side of the 118 in January.
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