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I have a very old Linhof tripod. The serial number on the base is 31615, the number on the post gearing is 601600. I need a handle for the post gear and a heavy duty pan head, as there is only a flat plate on the top of the post (there is no threaded bolt even). I would like to use this unit for a very heavy pair of binoculars for astronomy.

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Not sure if this will solve the problem but you could try here http://www.cameraspareparts.co.uk/

Posted on Dec 03, 2017

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Try tripodquickrelease.com. They sell some repair parts for velbon tripods.

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Need parts to repair pan handle

I just had this problem! I took it to Ace hardware and the guys helped me out, big time. I have a PH-358 panhandle and the same piece fell of during a shoot into some brush and dirt outside.

We (they) fixed it using a #6 metric bolt and butterfly wing nut along with two grommets (3/8 ID and 5/8 OD). It worked perfectly! Not only does it hold the handle together but you can tighten or loosen the handle as well using the butterfly wing nut.

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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If anyone should need a latch to hold a camera for the defunkt Solidex tripod, I was in the same boat but have found one here in Germany. The company is called "CULLMANN" www.cullmann-foto.de
the part is at Stativ-Zubehor quick release platform for 1/4 Video.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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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.

For the Solidex VT-90 tripod (the one I have and may fit others), order the Cullman CU-40470 Quick Release Plate. This is also described as the "Cullman Medium Quick Release 42mm" plate.

If you don't have the VT-90, measure the shoe plate area on top and remember that there will be at least one beveled (angled) area. Mine measured exactly 42mm square, so I am confident that the Cullman plate will fit. Also, the standard thread size for camera mounting is 1/4", but there are some cameras that use 3/8", so you might want to double check your camera for this spec.

I googled "cullman 40470 quick release" and found several U.S. dealers. The best price was from Adorama.com at $14 plus $5 ground shipping. Some dealers want as much as $33.

After nearly 20 years, I can use my Solidex VT-90 again!

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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SOURCE: need manual for kodak Gear Tripod 60'' or instructions about it's

Look at the bottom of your camera and you should see a hole where a screw would screw into. That should be the screw on the top of your tripod.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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Spare parts are usually available for current/recent models but you need to contact Velbon directly via the web address given below; it takes you to another page which is appropriate to your country. The part which you're after is called a centre column crank handle.

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