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Need a part for an Onyx Professional Video Tripod (made by Ambico) and it is a model V-0540. I can't think of the correct term for part but it is the "shoe" that attaches to the bottom of the camera and then locks into the receptacle for such at the top of the tripod head.

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Hi misguy,

I´ve got the same problem. with google I found:

www.SpartanPhotoCenter.com

QS-14 Quick Release
for Ambico tripods and others using a square dovetail with a 41mm wide opening. It fits standard 35mm or video cameras.
Need a part for an - qs-14.jpg 1 2 3 4 5 Promaster 3502 QS-14 $ 12.99


Maybe, it solves your problem.

For me the price and especially shipping to Europe ist to much, so I´m keeping searching.

Yours Uwe

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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