Yes, I think I can teach you even from remote, and I can teach to
everybody. I need to set up a kind of training video, so let me a bit of
I'm one of those idiot that if you reverse a screw, they stay for half
an hour to understand how it turns now.
I was about to kill an SWC that was not even mine, that way!!!
> On Mar 2, 2008, at 6:46 AM, PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
> <mailto:PanoToolsNG%40yahoogroups.com> wrote:
> > Re: Manfrotto 3416 Leveling Base
> > Posted by: "Luca Vascon" crimsonkingit@...
> <mailto:crimsonkingit%40yahoo.it> crimsonkingit
> > Date: Sun Mar 2, 2008 1:22 am ((PST))
> > Levelling legs is a technique that requires training and practice, and
> > maybe someone who teaches the trick. Like framing and levelling
> > with the
> > Rollei or Hasselblad without the prism, you have to think and act
> > at the
> > mirror.
> Care to teach me the trick?
> > I've more problems with coaxial locks like Feisol and Gitzo....
> No kidding, Luca. I've been struggling with the giant locks on the
> Gitzo 1500 that came with the SpheroCam HDR (sigh... no t1 points
> with a scan), so now I am just about to get one of those Acratech
> levelers to put under the platform because I hate leveling with the
> > but I was out of money when Feisol were cheap and now I repent!!!
> > that is a
> > really good tripod, and a really good ballhead.
> I can attest to the old tripods being very well built, even after
> many years of abuse and hard travel! The newer models are probably a
> bit better, but at a significantly higher price. No more "better than
> Manfrotto for the price of a Benro." Is it too early to pine for "the
> good old days" of Feisol?
> > John Riley ha scritto:
> >>> Mine is an older version that is shiny metal instead of black. The
> >>> Linhof is nice, but my 360Precision + Fuji S2 were a little heavy
> >>> for
> >>> it. If you are interested in it, contact me off-list. I would sell
> >>> it for a very fair price.
> If a Fuji and a 360P are too much for it, the Spheron would be about
> the same. Too bad, really... Linhof's are excellent mechanical art