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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.
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Item Code: TA-3 Leveling Base
$180.00 to $290.00
A leveling base on your tripod is the perfect foundation for gimbal heads, pano gear, fluid heads and even ballheads. Each leveling base offers 15° of leveling capability and locks solidly with just a twist. Choose a leveling base with a flat platform for direct mounting of a tripod head. Or choose a leveling base with a clamp if you want quick-change convenience for multiple tripod heads on the same tripod. This Leveling Base is for the Really Right Stuff Versa Series 3 and Gitzo Series 3 Systematic tripods. Remove the top plate from your tripod and replace it with this robust leveling base. Twist the handle to lock & unlock the base. Fluid motion allows smooth and fast leveling, no matter the load. At only 12.2 ounces, this is the lightest leveling base of its class on the market. This leveling base incorporates our TA-3-VB video bowl. Leveling base can be removed, but video bowl can remain behind. Video bowl will accept any accessory/head that uses a 75mm video bowl. This is the perfect base for all Really Right Stuff panorama gear. Build our Ultimate-Pro Packages directly on this leveling base or install our PG-02 Panning-Gimbal head.
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Series 3 & 4 Leveling Base User's Guide