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    The venerable Manfrotto 055 is a sturdy tripod that I used to use with a Linhof Kardan GT. Its not the lightest tripod around. Also have a look here www.berlebach.de

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    SINAR Fs are light. Lighter than Linhof Technikas. Don't worry too much about having a super dooper He-Man tripod to be able to use the camera effectively. But I would suggest that you do do yourself a favor and purchase the proper SINAR tripod head, if you can swing it. It will significantly lower the profile of the camera, making the whole setup more stable, and it is a very well-made head.

    Also, Bogen hex plates will not work very well with SINAR rail clamps (unless you have the low-profile rail clamp). They make a 4x4 inch square plate quick release that is a well worth while investment for your SINAR if you cannot afford the $200 to $300 (used) SINAR tripod head.
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