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  1. Thanks for the recommendation. I've looked at it, but I find the price a little too steep, particularly for the version with geared panning. The Cambo head is also expensive, but not quite as much.
  2. Has anyone here used the Cambo PCH Gearhead? If so, what's your impression of it?
  3. As suggested elsewhere, the only solution would be a monochrome image.
  4. $$, RM, Worldwide, Editorial, Book, print and/or e-book. (The Langelinie Pavilion, designed by Eva & Nils Koppel, 1958, Copenhagen, Denmark.)
  5. When arriving in Denmark by boat or plane from a non-EU country, the limit is DKK 3.250 (around €435), so bringing a Hejnar adapter is no problem. I've heard about people whose bags were checked, but I've never experienced it myself.
  6. The only thing is when ordering things from from a non-EU country you risk having to pay an import fee (in addition to the import tax); at least that's happened a few times when I've ordered books from the US.
  7. Thanks for the offer. I've received it now; haven't had much time to use it yet though. Compared to my old ballhead Manfrotto, the 410's incredibly easy to adjust, but not quite as portable to say the least. I'll probably get the Hejnar adapter next time I'm in the US, as the plate that comes with the head is rather large and clunky.
  8. Thanks for the suggestions. I use a Manfrotto XPRO ball head now, which is OK for some things, but frustrating to use when you want to make precise adjustments as the camera always moves a little after you've locked the position and let go of the camera. I've looked at the Benro, though I didn't know about the Sunwayfoto head. They look OK, and I saw a couple of favourable mentions of the Benro head, but for various reasons I'm a little sceptical of buying stuff from Chinese companies. As for the plate, I saw that Hejnarphoto makes Arca Swiss adapters for Manfrotto heads, so at least upgrading is possible.
  9. Thanks for your reply. I suspect that the 405 is unnecessarily large for the camera I intend to use it with, a Canon 5D, so it's very likely that the 410 is the answer.
  10. I'm considering getting a geared tripod head, one that isn't too expensive (so no Arca Swiss yet). Any recommendations? I've looked at the Manfrotto 405 and 410 (the XPRO seems a little unstable). I've read a few negative things about the 410 – such as the threads quickly becoming worn. Does anyone here use it?
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