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How do I rotate the head so that the camera lens points down?

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This is a longshot but it may well work if you can't get one from the manufacturer mailed to you for a reasonable price, there are mini tripods at most drugstores with the base plate and screw that are pretty cheap you may be able to take the screw from one of those and use it, they are all the same thread.

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Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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If it is a standard professional tripod - they are sold without the head mechanism so you can pick the type and style that best suits your needs,such as for sports, portrait, or commercial photography. Most camera shops can show you samples of the different types. You can go online to get an idea of the range in price (be aware that they are as much as a standard tripod that has a built-in head).
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Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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The quantaray QSX 9002D tripod uses the Sunpak 620-731 Quick-Release Plate

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