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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    wah... some more poison... I don't like L-plate leh...
    Last time put L plate on car. Now scared of L already...
    wah kaoz...Wait when u see one in action... U will know hw gd it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    wah kaoz...Wait when u see one in action... U will know hw gd it is
    Yes... L plate is very very useful... mount very fast, compose very fast also... Extremely useful if you doing panning panaroma. Set up portrait mode and pannnnn.....

    That's why I cannot tahan, went ahead and ordered the Camdapter manfrotto L-plate from USA. Ended up cost me around SGD$140. Lucky his postage very cheap, $6 only for international. Got my L plate in 6 days.

    See this

    L-plate for non-gripped body CHEAP! Free real leather handstrap too, the same one I am using
    http://www.camdapter.com/product_sta...a_L-Plate.html

    non-L plate for D90
    http://www.camdapter.com/product_plus_arca.html
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    Yes... L plate is very very useful... mount very fast, compose very fast also... Extremely useful if you doing panning panaroma. Set up portrait mode and pannnnn.....

    That's why I cannot tahan, went ahead and ordered the Camdapter manfrotto L-plate from USA. Ended up cost me around SGD$140. Lucky his postage very cheap, $6 only for international. Got my L plate in 6 days.
    Swee lar! Bro! We mus be determined and continue to spread the poison.. Er I mean the positives of L plate for the good of our people..

    Ai seh.. Sounds veri noble sia
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    Swee lar! Bro! We mus be determined and continue to spread the poison.. Er I mean the positives of L plate for the good of our people..

    Ai seh.. Sounds veri noble sia
    Ya, somemore this camdapter is still very small company. 1 man show I think. arca style L plate only US$89 only... cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    Kelyson,

    U want my Markins plate? i sell u come come.. Mint mint few mths old.. knock off $10 whatever lowest price u can get anywhere..

    Nt using now since i got the RRS L-Plate
    NNB, was about to consider but now L plate look tempting too

    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Yes... L plate is very very useful... mount very fast, compose very fast also... Extremely useful if you doing panning panaroma. Set up portrait mode and pannnnn.....

    That's why I cannot tahan, went ahead and ordered the Camdapter manfrotto L-plate from USA. Ended up cost me around SGD$140. Lucky his postage very cheap, $6 only for international. Got my L plate in 6 days.

    See this

    L-plate for non-gripped body CHEAP! Free real leather handstrap too, the same one I am using
    http://www.camdapter.com/product_sta...a_L-Plate.html

    non-L plate for D90
    http://www.camdapter.com/product_plus_arca.html
    DD, the plate is a generic one which we can mount on any ballhead? Q3E?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilicrab1 View Post
    DD, the plate is a generic one which we can mount on any ballhead? Q3E?
    It is Arca-swiss style. Users of this mount includes Markins, Kangrinpoche, Acrartech, Arca-swiss, Kirk, RSS, Sirui, many more...

    Just that I am not using this mount yet... kind of locked into manfrotto for the time being. Still fulfilling my needs la, so no point to change to arca style for now.

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    so far have not found the need to do panning in portrait orientation...

    of course this doesn't mean I'll never do something like that, but wait first la... Just injected myself with the anti-poison... it's taken effect already
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    Swee lar! Bro! We mus be determined and continue to spread the poison.. Er I mean the positives of L plate for the good of our people..

    Ai seh.. Sounds veri noble sia
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    so far have not found the need to do panning in portrait orientation...

    of course this doesn't mean I'll never do something like that, but wait first la... Just injected myself with the anti-poison... it's taken effect already
    Bro, 110 vs 70... one is L plate, one is normal plate... still need to think meh? eat a few plates of chicken rice, money gone already.

    Landscapers' dream la... L plate. must have. It also helps when doing portrait orientation. Imagine with normal plate, you must put the post into the slot on the ball head.. limit your movements.. somemore if not in right direction, must pan the slot to the side. With this L place, just release, remount, you are good to go. Plus, no more restrictions in angles when in portrait mode. plus CG of camera weight still with center column, more stable. also less stress on the ball head since not stressed to one side....
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Bro, 110 vs 70... one is L plate, one is normal plate... still need to think meh? eat a few plates of chicken rice, money gone already.

    Landscapers' dream la... L plate. must have.
    hahahaha.... hmmmm
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    hahahaha.... hmmmm
    bro my post added new info...

    Landscapers' dream la... L plate. must have. It also helps when doing portrait orientation. Imagine with normal plate, you must put the post into the slot on the ball head.. limit your movements.. somemore if not in right direction, must pan the slot to the side. With this L place, just release, remount, you are good to go. Plus, no more restrictions in angles when in portrait mode. plus CG of camera weight still with center column, more stable. also less stress on the ball head since not stressed to one side....

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    Default Re: [SunChasersSG] - TCSS thread (Part I)

    How bro NNB, my poison skill can pass bo?

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    Default Re: [SunChasersSG] - TCSS thread (Part I)

    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    so far have not found the need to do panning in portrait orientation...

    of course this doesn't mean I'll never do something like that, but wait first la... Just injected myself with the anti-poison... it's taken effect already
    Its not only for panning bro.. u need to find out more abt the goodness of L plate man..
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    bro my post added new info...

    Landscapers' dream la... L plate. must have. It also helps when doing portrait orientation. Imagine with normal plate, you must put the post into the slot on the ball head.. limit your movements.. somemore if not in right direction, must pan the slot to the side. With this L place, just release, remount, you are good to go. Plus, no more restrictions in angles when in portrait mode. plus CG of camera weight still with center column, more stable. also less stress on the ball head since not stressed to one side....
    our big brother say it all liao.. leaving nth for me to add...
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    How bro NNB, my poison skill can pass bo?
    Swee.. flying colors...

    U are nw the official stand in for posion spreading in my absence..

    Keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    hahahaha.... hmmmm
    ZCA, wat u think?
    i think DD got valid point leh... sigh think I have to left up BBB firewall again
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    Now I think I also want to get an L-plate
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    Default Re: [SunChasersSG] - TCSS thread (Part I)

    Quote Originally Posted by frankchn View Post
    Now I think I also want to get an L-plate
    Bro, for that little money, it is all worth it man...

    Get one in China la. Might be cheaper there. BTW did you go camera accessory shopping there already? You should. Which city are you in?
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    then how? Should I get from China too (not that I'm going...)? Am not in a hurry for the L-plate...

    damn this poison is strong... I need to go up the mountain and hide...
    Exploring! :)

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