Question about Gemini Sound Products Jeva 54" Tripod
I have a Jeva 60" tripod that i need to get a ouick release replacment
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is the response I got for tripod parts:
********************* The panhandles you need for the cost $5.95 each + $4.40 shipping and handling. The item #'s are TP1-62099-33001 and TP1-62099-33002. For two the total would be $16.30.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2008
What you can do is find a local welder or metal shop in your area. Take the tripod with you, and ask them to fabricate a aluminum or steel replacement "shoe" for your tripod. Also have them drill a hole in the center so you can later insert the proper threaded screw that will mount to your camera. You may want to take your camera and get the proper threaded bolt first before you get the shoe made, so they can make the hole the correct size. You can go to any hardware or home improvement store and ask for assistance to find the right thread for you camera equipment. The bolt should not be any longer than1 inch, so it will mount tight on your plate.
** Note you want a flush mount type bolt that when tightened on the plate is smooth on the bottom** This is so when you mount the shoe in the head, it will be properly seated.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
The Velbon QB-4W Quick-Release Camera Platform is a nearly identical replacement for the plates that come with the Dynex DX-TRP60 tripod. You should have had a spare in the bottom of the tripod bag when you bought the unit. The Velbon QB-4W is available at many on-line sources for about $5.95.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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