|NEW! Sneak Peeks!
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- Sneak peek at new Leica L-plates for the M8 & M9 cameras.
- Sneak peek at the next Really Right Stuff carbon fiber tripod, the TVC-23. This is the little brother to our TVC-33 tripod.
- Sneak peeks at ALL new products from Really Right Stuff!
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Participate in the 2010 RRS Spring Photo Contest!
is finally here, and what better way to celebrate its arrival than a
Photo Contest! We strongly encourage you to experiment with macro
photography. All Really Right
Stuff customers are eligible.
Spring 2010 Photo Contest Rules
Email us your best spring
photo by May 15, 2010. We'll review, judge, and post the best 6 images
by May 30, 2010.
Grand Prize Winner will receive a BH-55 LR ballhead (or other Really
gear of equal value)! Five Honorable Mention awards will
receive a Really Right Stuff
TQB-80 Tripod Bag.
Websites are nice, but nothing beats a paper catalog full of our gear. Call or email us today; we'd love to send you a copy of our 20th Anniversary, 72-page full color print catalog.
Our catalog is also available as a downloadable PDF. Click here
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Photo Contest Motivation!
by Michael DeYoung, Image © 2007 Michael DeYoung
Location: Alsek River, Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska USA
2 August 2007
Canon EOS 5D; EF 70-200mm f/2.8L l; ISO 100 @ 1/25 sec
Really Right Stuff Gear Shown:
BH-40 LR; B400D-L
Lisa Holzofel (left) and
Hart (right) shooting coastal paintbrush wildflowers along a riverbank.
Join them and maybe you'll
win our Spring Photo Contest: Grand Prize is our BH-55 LR ballhead!
Wild Photo Adventures goes behind the scenes at RRS.While Doug is
expanding his TV coverage everyday, the show may not be available in
your viewing area. But you can buy DVDs from Seasons 1 & 2 or view all of the episodes online.
Doug Gardner of Wild Photo Adventures brought his
film crew to San Luis Obispo to visit Really Right Stuff. We took Doug to the coast to shoot elephant seals and coastal wildlife. We also took Doug behind the scenes at RRS to show him how we make our L-plates and ballheads. Watch Doug's show: see how "Stuff" is made and meet some of the people behind the scenes at Really Right Stuff.
Wild Photo Adventures, Season 3
Doug's popular TV show is filming its 3rd
season and Really Right Stuff is proud to sponsor this unique nature and
wildlife photography show. Here's what Doug has to say:
"With two Seasons of Wild Photo Adventures TV in the
bag we are excited to start filming Season 3 in April. With the
tremendous support of our Premiere Sponsor, Really Right Stuff from the show's
inception, we have been able to grow the show each year with this year's Season
3 promising some exciting new changes. For starters the new shows will be
filmed completely in high definition with an expanded film crew. Another big
change will be complete nationwide coverage on public television to include
Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Hawaii, and the southern tier of Canada. Some
of the great shows we have planned for the new season are: Mountain Wild
Flowers, Wild Horses, wildlife of the Outer Banks, Puffins, Moose in Maine,
Storm Chasing, Yellowstone's backcountry in Winter, waterfowl of the
Mississippi and Florida's Everglades just to name a few."
COMING IN MAY...
new L-Plate for Leica M8/M9
popular demand, Really Right Stuff is creating a custom plate for
the Leica M8 and M9 cameras. This new Leica plate will be unlike any
The passionate voices of our Leica shooters dictated a fresh approach to
design of this plate. Instead of a standard L-plate that mounts to the
tripod socket, our plate actually completely replaces the Leica base.
replacement base will have an integrated dovetail for mounting in a
Right Stuff clamp. Use the base alone as a conventional plate, or add an
optional vertical component to create the L-plate. This vertical
screw precisely to the base using our standard hex key tool.
Excited about this design, but still want to use a grip? No problem. Add our new
optional grip; the grip will screw to the other side of the base plate.
Innovative. Superior support. It's "Really Right."
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