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    You guys could do us (and yourself) a huge favour if you'd write the correct net. weight for each product into the shop listings.

    Because sometimes not only size matters but also weight.
    For some of your products their is no weight in the data, at least once (see RD 8) it is utterly wrong and for others it is including the case. So right now one can't trust those figures at all.

    Thanks
    Jürgen

    Bring a scale to Portugal :))
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    Users Country Flag badders's Avatar
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    Just out of curiosity, what are you needing the weight figures for?



    Badders
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    Quote Originally Posted by badders View Post
    Just out of curiosity, what are you needing the weight figures for?
    for backpack if you go in trekking :) Jürgen, weight of what product do you need ? i can let you know correct weight easily :)

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    Vincèn is right.
    Every gramm matters here, and to find the best solution I also want to compare products also by weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by juergen View Post
    Every gramm matters here, and to find the best solution I also want to compare products also by weight.
    Weights of the day:
    M1-S no rotator: 940gr
    M1-L no rotator: 1170gr
    R-D8: 350gr
    R-D16: 400gr

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    After much searching and help from Smooth, I have found that the Sony NEX-5 camera + Sigma 8mm lens + lens adapter + R1 pano head @ 5 degrees and a monopod give me the smallest, lightest most compact setup that will allow me to shoot 4 around + a hand held Nadir shot. I wanted a compact setup for my bicycle trips.

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    Denis, to be precise I assume you use the R1 because you already owned it or want o use it for other purposes, otherwise the R10 should be even lighter, no?
    An what's the overall weight wihtout the monopod?
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