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Quick release plate with 3/8 inch screw

Does this exist?

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Try looking at your Local Photoshop. I have always had good luck at Wolf Camra. Try there website.Or Creve Cour Camra as well.

Posted on Jun 06, 2008

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Agent Allan
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