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DeanS
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Re: Recommendations on a compatible Mach1 tripod? new [Re: DeanS]
      #5443155 - 09/27/12 09:24 AM

A Rob Miller tripod was just posted on Astromart.

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DrOxygen
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Re: Recommendations on a compatible Mach1 tripod? new [Re: DeanS]
      #5443452 - 09/27/12 12:40 PM

I'll take a look DeanS thanks for the headsup!

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Scott99
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Re: Recommendations on a compatible Mach1 tripod? new [Re: Traveler]
      #5445104 - 09/28/12 11:58 AM

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There is another wooden tripod to consider: the Baader hardwood tripod. AP sells these as well. Or is that the one you mentioned with "AP Berlecach"?

I have one for more then 14 years now and fits 100% for my purpose. Heavy, yes but also very durable.




Looks like AP has replaced this w/ the Berlebach Planet, check out their website


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Traveler
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Re: Recommendations on a compatible Mach1 tripod? new [Re: Scott99]
      #5445333 - 09/28/12 02:44 PM

Scott, you are right. The Baader is replaced by the Berlebach. Didn't notice.

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Scott99
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Re: Recommendations on a compatible Mach1 tripod? [Re: Traveler]
      #5445369 - 09/28/12 03:03 PM

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Scott, you are right. The Baader is replaced by the Berlebach. Didn't notice.




I imagine you could still order them from Europe, but the shipping will be costly.


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