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    Cube and leveling base

    I just got my Cube and, after deciding that I couldn't justify a second as a paperweight, started to wonder whether folks have abandoned their leveling base once they have the Cube. It occurs to me that, for most of what I do, the Cube is all that I need.

    As an aside, I had no problem with my RRS L bracket. I simply mounted it in the clamp, and clicked it shut.
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    Re: Cube and leveling base

    Jeff I sold off my leveling base shortly after getting the Cube. Ive had the Cube now for 12-months and have shot it everywhere from the floor of the giant redwoods, in Yosemite Valley and on a (small) cliff face, the Grand Canyon and elsewhere and in all the shooting Ive done I have never once had any problems with any of the knobs or problems proper leveling.

    Just my story of the Cube.

    Don

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    Re: Cube and leveling base

    Thanks Don. I now have a levelling base and B1 for sale.
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