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I need the plate with the screw that you put on the camera to fix on tripod T260

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Try the mfr, or Ebay. Or ask at your local second-hand photo dealer - they often have a 'rummage bin'.

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I have the same problem. Can't believe I can't find the shoe, but the tripod is worthless without it. If you get an answer, please email it to [email protected] I'd GREATLY appreciate it!

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SOURCE: Sunpak 6464 tripod parts needed

I found a source for replacement parts at http://www.sunpak.com/service.html

(My monopod lost its ruber foot)

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I once had an adaptor that would allow this kind of transition but it is odd that a Sony would have ASA threads instead of metric.

If you have a major camera shop (not Mall-wart) nearby they should have these.
If not, check with Ritz or Beach Camera.

As a last resort, the major chain 'home-improvement' stores may have 'wing screws' that could work.

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I also have the same problem. I lost the plate fo my kalmar camera tripod? Did you find the source of it?

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I need a part for a Solidex VT-90HQ tripod. The part is the quick release plate which the camera attaches to. Do you have any suggestions?

Posted on Dec 05, 2010

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