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Vivatar Tripod V3000 Camera Attachment Adapter for Nikon D80

I need an adapter for Mounting my Nikon D80 Camera to the V3000 Tripod

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Try www.tripodquickrelease.com They have that exact model listed and the plate sells for $16.99

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