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  1. Temp Solutions For Rotating Quick Release Clamp?

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    Many thanks to nick fan awesome product and for his help and assurance that a solution for my issue will be available soon in the store!
    In the interim, I thought I would see if anyone else who was using an RRS "L" bracket had come up with a temp fix to this (upper arm camera clamp rotates).
    I have both the Markins and RRS clamps but both spin even with the rubber insert.


    Thanks,



    -= PrOxY =-
  2. Re: Temp Solutions For Rotating Quick Release Clamp?

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    See this thread for ideas. http://nodalninja.com/forum/index.php?topic=63.0 You need to key something into the bottom of the QR clamp to keep it from rotating.
  3. Re: Temp Solutions For Rotating Quick Release Clamp?

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    This rail plate should work for you
    http://store.nodalninja.com/product_p/rp1-38.htm
    see the sample set up of RRS clamp.

    The 3/8"-1/4" adapter has some problem with old NN knobs. It is now on hold and will be available in Jan again.


    Nick



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  4. Re: Temp Solutions For Rotating Quick Release Clamp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick fan View Post
    This rail plate should work for you http://store.nodalninja.com/product_p/rp1-38.htm see the sample set up of RRS clamp. The 3/8"-1/4" adapter has some problem with old NN knobs. It is now on hold and will be available in Jan again.
    Nick
    Nick, assuming that although it says "NN5/L Accessories" its good to go with my old NN3, that rail plate looks like the winner!!! Unfortunately, its an out of stock item so it looks like January will see a couple of solutions for me I'll definitely hold off on my epoxy idea.....lol.
    Many thanks,



    -= PrOxY =-
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