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We'll cover some guidelines and decisions that a photographer will use to select the best possible tripod for their needs.
We'll cover some guidelines and decisions that a photographer will use to select the best possible tripod head for their needs.
Our guide discusses why we make our camera/lens plates (or brackets) the way we do and will help you find the right style for your needs.
Everything you need to know (and more) about our quick release clamps.
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Item Code: LCF-54
Some collared, telephoto lenses have a foot than can be removed. If your lens has this option, choose one of our foot replacements instead of a lens plate. A replacement foot with built-in-dovetail mounting will be lighter, lower in profile, and provide the best possible stability for your lens. Really Right Stuff foot replacements are precision machined from solid blocks of 6061-T6 aluminum and are fully compatible with any Arca-Swiss quick-release system. This foot replaces the Canon foot on the Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM lens. NOTE: We are not aware of any camera or tele converter that will not balance properly with this foot. In some cases you will have to make full use of the dovetail to move the camera/lens forward in the clamp. Please contact us if you have any specific questions. 1. To remove the Canon foot, loosen the built-in thumb screw by pulling the thumb wheel closer to the lens, and then loosening in a counter-clockwise direction. 2. To install the LCF-54, use the included 5/32" hex key to tighten the custom M5 mounting screw and secure the Really Right Stuff foot to the lens collar. 3. If your mounting screw loosens over time, consider using a drop of medium threadlocker, such as Vibratite or Loctite 242 for better security. Use one of our Long Lens Support Packages to stabilize your telephoto lenses and improve your shots.