Push my Flash Bracket to reduce the stabilizing problems of the telephoto lens on tripod/monopod

Started Dec 4, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Push my Flash Bracket to reduce the stabilizing problems of the telephoto lens on tripod/monopod
In reply to Wanganuilad, Dec 4, 2012

KentG wrote:

I have used lenses as large as 1000/8 and currently use 300/2.8 on monopods and don't feel I need to secure them any better though. I have one of those brackets you first pictured but I never got around to using it (really bought it for mounting a DSLR + telephoto on my telescope imaging setup). I do, for convenience sake, put an Arca plate holder on top of the monopod and RRS or another brand plate on the tripod foot of my telephotos. I don't feel the camera body needs support and I always use a vertical grip on my cameras to balance a heavy lens better.

Kent Gittings

Thank Kent Gittings and your experience.

Wanganuilad wrote:

Nice solution and lovely tones in the landscapes

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K-5 some Len

Thanks

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