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I need a quick release plate for a Solidex tripod VT-88HQ

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I do not know of anybody that sells or supports that brand of tripod.

Posted on Nov 03, 2009

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OKAY!! Thanks to the reply of "Baldwink", I was able to locate the product he suggested here in the U.S. from several dealers. This is the plate that mounts to the camera and allows easy removal/attachment to the tripod.

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