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The best, lightweight ballhead out there. Always works, holds strong, doesn't weigh me down. Plus, the people there are absolutely fantastic to work with. I use the GP, and I frequently use it in all manners it was designed for: as a ballhead, a gimble, and in a pano setup.
Never thought a fine-art photographer would need one of these. And I probably wouldn't have, until I started doing conservation work. One trip following biologists in the field with my camera bouncing on it's strap around my neck convinced me. A word of caution, always use the safety tether, especially if you climb hand over foot around water. Don't ask me how I know this.
I've always wanted a waterproof case, but could never justify the cost. I don't specialize in underwater shots. But I came up with some interesting endangered frog conservation concepts and started researching. These guys make a great product for the occasional wet shot, and the system is flexible enough (pun intended) to be used with multiple cameras and lenses.
I've used almost all arca style plates and adapters, and for the most part they are all great. Some companies just stand out, and Hejnar Photo is one of the best. Chris is a one man shop, all products designed and manufactured here is the US, and the quality is top notch. Besides arca plates, Chris also makes clamps, macro, and panoramic gear. Customer service is also phenomenal, with prompt answers to questions. Plus, the prices are just super fair, and not exorbitant like others.
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