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Stolen Part on manfrotto 785B.

I own the manfrotto 785B. The attachment which screws into the camera to connect it to the tripod was attached to my camera at the time my camera was stolen. I would like to replace this part. I reside in South Korea, how can I go about this?

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Hi there,
You can get the quick release replacement. You need the 785PL. Check this site for parts order.
http://www.tripodquickrelease.com/Bogen_Quick_Releases.htm
Hope this helps and get you back into action.
Andrew

Posted on May 26, 2010

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