Looking for a good Tripod Bag/Carry Strap for Manfrotto 190D

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by aardvark, Apr 19, 2004.

  1. aardvark

    aardvark Guest

    aardvark, Apr 19, 2004
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    DJ! Guest

    And, I believe, no longer being distributed in the USA by Bogen. Shame
    - it's a very good product. Try froogle.google.com and see if you can
    find a store that has one and will ship to Oz. Warning: They're in the
    vicinity of USD80.00ea!

    It does its job. But certainly not as convenient as a wrap-around.

    Cheers... Derek (DJ)
     
    DJ!, Apr 19, 2004
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    [BnH] Guest

    Have a look here
    http://www.optechusa.com/tripod.htm

    I've used it for quite some time, the pad feels very comfortable compared to
    the original Manfrotto.
    Cost around S$ 35 , and I think its around AU$ 50 here.

    But since you are refering to the quick action strap ... I really have no
    idea.
    as 190D + 141RC is quite heavy to use n run around the bush.
    [+ you might want a Lowe AW on your back for those outdoor purpose]

    The bag ... well I have it too somewhere in here, but its quite useless for
    my needs therefore can't seem to find it anywhere :D

    Also put some leg warmer on your 190D ...
    I made one from a bike handle grip .. serve the purpose nicely [+ make the
    legs looks more solid ;)]

    =bob=
     
    [BnH], Apr 19, 2004
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    C4M Guest

    Warning - newbie question...

    What's the purpose of the bike handle grip on the tripod legs? Grip?
    Protection? Hide the shiny thing?

    C!
     
    C4M, Apr 22, 2004
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    DJ! Guest

    I have a Manfrotto 190NAT3. The squishy leg warmers make it more
    comfortable when slung over my shoulder. Also, makes handling the
    tripod legs more tolerable when it's icy cold (no hands on bare
    metal).

    Cheers... Derek (DJ)
     
    DJ!, Apr 22, 2004
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