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The bolted screw on my 7500 TM has been cut in half. I am unable to screw my camera onto my monopod now. How can I replace it? Or is that even possible?

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Sure just go to any store and pick up a cheap monopod/tri-pod and replace it.

Posted on Mar 20, 2011

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