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    Alpa Max - Which Quick Disconnect Plate? for Cube

    The Max will be here in the next couple days. I have the stitch adapter coming with it as well. I was just wondering what plate people are using. Keep in mind that right now I have the RRS BH-55 head, but beginning of December I will have a cube.

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    Re: Alpa Max - Which Quick Disconnect Plate? for Cube

    I attach this plate to the stitching adapter:

    MPR-73 3/8ths: 73mm MPR 3/8th threaded - MPR-73-3/8ths

    I use a RRS BH-40 with RRS legs and it works like a charm. I cannot comment on an AS head.

    You can see my setup here: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/427821-post71.html
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    Re: Alpa Max - Which Quick Disconnect Plate? for Cube

    Thank You,
    I'm assuming this will work just fine with the Arca Swiss quick disconnect?

    Looks great with that head and RRS legs! Any chance you want to upgrade to the BH-55

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    I attach this plate to the stitching adapter:

    MPR-73 3/8ths: 73mm MPR 3/8th threaded - MPR-73-3/8ths

    I use a RRS BH-40 with RRS legs and it works like a charm. I cannot comment on an AS head.

    You can see my setup here: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/427821-post71.html

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    Re: Alpa Max - Which Quick Disconnect Plate? for Cube

    I have 2 BH-55 heads from my 4x5" days. The Max does not need such a big head.
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