New Tripod Head QR System is Here
Now there is a fast and easy way to swap between different tripod heads and still use the same tripod. Want to use the same tripod with your ballhead, your gimbal head, or your video head? Now you can!
Our new Leveling Base Clamp replaces the flat platform on your Really Right Stuff leveling base. With a patented Lever-Release clamp on top of your tripod, and plate on the bottom of your tripod head, you can quickly and easily swap from one head to the other.
|Replace the platform on your RRS leveling base with a quick-release clamp.|
Purchase our Series 2 or Series 3 leveling bases with either a platform or a clamp. Or retrofit your existing RRS leveling base by purchasing the clamp separately.
Each head you want to swap needs its own quick-release plate. For round bases, our TH-DVTL plates are ideal and come in two sizes:
- TH-DVTL-55 for BH-55 ballheads, PG-02 Pano-Gimbal heads, or any round base not exceeding 2.75-inches / 70mm in diameter.
- TH-DVTL-40 for BH-40 ballheads, the Wimberley II gimbal head, or any round base not exceeding 2.00-inches / 50mm in diameter.
Our TH-DVTL plates install with a stainless steel 3/8"-16 screw and provide a solid and secure connection for your head and load.
Photo Trip to Alaska's Inside Passage with Light Photographic Workshops
"I've just spent the better part of 3 weeks pouring over/culling/processing/reprocessing a mountain of images I shot on Hal Schmitt's Light Photographic Workshops Tour to Alaska's Seymour Canal. Wow. I'm still in awe just thinking about the truly incredible trip. Six participants (including me) shared some of Alaska's most breath-taking scenery and wildlife encounters with leaders Hal and Rick Sammon for 8 days aboard Captain Dennis Rogers' 84 foot luxury yacht. This was my third photo trip to Alaska, but first to the Inside Passage "target rich" environment. Though not inexpensive, I'd rate this trip as awe-inspiring, and probably even more productive photographically than last year's African photo safari.
|Joe (left) shooting from the deck of the yacht Northern Song|
Several aspects of this trip made it particularly effective and extremely enjoyable - click through to read more!
Joe Johnson, owner of Really Right Stuff