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#1 Janice Arthur

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Posted 12 May 2009 - 02:04 PM

Hi all;

I'll have weight cages in about a week or 10 days.

They are based on Mike O'Shea's design.

6.5, 11 and 15.5 lb weights that you can mix or match.

The "traditional" height of the rods was 7". I have those rods available as well as 8.5" rods for the
taller cameras.

The cage in any combination is $375.

The plates are $200 each and an additional set of rods is $85.00.

Let me know if want one.

Thanks.

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#2 Janice Arthur

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Posted 28 May 2009 - 01:45 PM

Hi all;

I have cages.

I am beginning to ship them this week and next.

Let me know if you are interested.

E-mail me Steadijan@hotmail.com is best.

Thanks.

(Pictures are available if you e-mail me directly.)

JA
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#3 Janice Arthur

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 02:37 PM

Hi all;

I now have in 15 lb plates too. I finally made a bunch.

(6.5, 11. are available)

7" and 8.5" rods too.

New plate idea for those sometimes crazy small camera configurations that won't let you put your dovetail where you want!

It is aluminum and has the same hole pattern as the weight plates; it also has focus rod holes.

It makes those lightweight camera configurations much more rigid and gives you lots more choices on where you can put your dovetail.

Pictures to follow (still camera was lost).

JA

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