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Forum: Photographic Tripods / Heads Tuesday 27th April 2010, 09:01
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Posted By Roy C
Robin, Have you looked at the Canadian made Jobu...

Robin, Have you looked at the Canadian made Jobu Jr? it is ideal for the 100-400. You can get it in Sidemount or full Gimbal mode. More info HERE...
Forum: Photographic Tripods / Heads Sunday 25th April 2010, 14:24
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Posted By Roy C
Barry, I have also seen threads on the subject...

Barry, I have also seen threads on the subject and, like you say, a lot of people reckon the side mount would be a little more stable. When you think that a full Gimbal is just an extra bracket...
Forum: Photographic Tripods / Heads Friday 2nd April 2010, 19:24
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Posted By Roy C
I have never tried the Wimberley Frank, so cannot...

I have never tried the Wimberley Frank, so cannot compare.

I find the Black Widow HD MkII superb for my needs - one of the main upgrades for the Mk II was the implementation a ball bearing system...
Forum: Photographic Tripods / Heads Tuesday 2nd March 2010, 13:26
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Posted By Roy C
That is the full kit that I had Chris, you can...

That is the full kit that I had Chris, you can buy the exact same head without the horizontal mount thus making it a sidekick (which is how I preferred it).
THIS...
Forum: Photographic Tripods / Heads Monday 1st March 2010, 21:22
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Posted By Roy C
Chris, the Jobu jr is a superb Gimbal for a lens...

Chris, the Jobu jr is a superb Gimbal for a lens like the 100-400, 300/4 or 400/5.6. I used one when I had the 400/5.6 and was over the moon with it. BTW I bought the full kit which included the full...
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