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Quote:At 29:47, my ASGT is as far down as it will go. If the tripod is leaning only a few degrees south, it will not work. Hubert
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Quote:Hi guys!Thank you very much!!Hernando, once more thank you!!It seems I'd have to remove such a bolt too then...Fortunately, it's possible!!! thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!Bests,David
Quote:Quote:At 29:47, my ASGT is as far down as it will go. If the tripod is leaning only a few degrees south, it will not work. Hubert Sure it will. All you have to do is remove the front latitude adjustment bolt, as somebody else mentioned. Heck, I had to do that at 30 degrees N.
Quote:That is with the bolt removed. The plastic housing prevents it from going lower.Hubert
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