DIY MiniMonopod

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  1. ZyxKor

    ZyxKor TPF Noob!

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    Good stuff, thanks for that.

    I love that site, you can link to it all day. :thumbsup:
     
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    ZyxKor TPF Noob!

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    Thanks. It was fun to do. It was the first time I tried to do studio photography too, seems to have come out well.

    Now I need to come up with some other ideas for DIY projects. :thumbup:
     
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    Oh this is really neat, too bad I have one already.... I love DIY stuff, my film teacher thinks I;m crazy with all the random stuff I come to class with or put together.
     
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    DIY is so cool!!!
    this tutorial is so easy and clear.
    tnx m8
     
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    Mike_E No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    There are chair feet - rubber feet to put on the legs that will fit on 3/4 inch pvc tubing which you can drill and put your bolt through for a top to your monopod which will allow some movement and is not as stressful to the camera. With not too much work, it can be made to come off rather easily for a quick release too. mike
     

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