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    Canon TSE 17+24mm Tripod collar

    This new Canon TSE Adapter made by german company ProPsolutions enables Camera shifting instead of Lens shifting with the new Canon TS-E 17mm and TS-E 24mm Version II. The barrels are fixed with this spezial Tripod collar which is adapted to these 2 Lenses. Using the the Canon TS-E 17mm you can reach up to 124 degrees of diagonal image angle with stitched images. Compared with a single 24x36mm format shot you will archive an 11mm wideangle effect. The adapter is made of extra quality, black eloxed, milled aluminum. Dimensions: 19,0 x 9,5 x 3,0 cm , Weight: 370g , 3 Tripod threads 3/8’’ Proudly Made in Germany, 5 Years of guarantee. Content of Package: TSE Adapter, Reduction thread (3/8’’to 1/4’’), Allen key for Montage, transport bag.
    Price 490.00 Euro incl. 19% VAT in Germany ( netprice 411,76 € + shipment, for EU add your VAT number at order ) Introduction price valid through 31.08.2011
    Compatible Lenses: Canon TS-E 17mm/4.0 L Tilt/Shift , Canon TS-E 24mm/3.5 L II Tilt/Shift Recommended DSLR-cameras : EOS-1 Ds Mk III or EOS 5D Mk II

    We will ship this through all our dealers or directly from Munich, for informations see here:
    http://hcam.de/en/canon-tse-collar.htm

    Greetings from Munich
    Stefan Steib - Hcam.de

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    Re: Canon TSE 17+24mm Tripod collar

    all that weight on the lens mechanism... is it robust enough ?

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    Re: Canon TSE 17+24mm Tripod collar

    I was sceptical also, but the adapter is pretty clever made, the point of weight is centered directly close to the shift mechanism on the most stable part of the lens with the most metal. For the 35mm bodies it´s supereasy operation, for the HCam you will need to support the shift knob turning by taking the weight with your left hand a bit.

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