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I have a SLIK Single Action Panhead Tripod. How do I mount the camera on the tripod?

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It is a quick release plate. there is usually a button or lever to release the plate. you then screw the plate into the bottom of your camera or camcorder and mount the plate back onto the tripod. you can leave the plate on your camera when you store it to allow for faster setup.

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