# I am looking for a mounting plate for a Kalimar K-490 mini video tripod. Who carries this item?

Square 1-5/8" x 1-5/8"

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### MIke

Try www.TripodQuickRelease.com for that part. There is listed the widest selection of quick releases and support more brands than any other web site I've seen.

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