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    Re: Straps for 200-500mm lens

    [QUOTE=Skwaz;697540]Attachment 309310Attachment 309311Attachment 309312If this is a hijack , sorry , I got a similar strap for Tamron 70-200 g2 on a 750 wanting the weight taken by tripod mount , but my screw mount sits on top of the two safety screw and does not feel secure anyone had a problem like this and a solution cheers[/QUOTEeDid your Tamron come with the plate and screws? Or did your strap come with the plate? My older Tamron just has a 1/4x20 hole in the foot.


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  2. #12
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    Re: Straps for 200-500mm lens

    I plan to buy one of these and hook my strap to a carabiner then hook that to this. Should work I think and not cost much.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...X502S17H&psc=1
    Bill
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    Re: Straps for 200-500mm lens

    Straps for 200-500mm lens
    [QUOTE=nikonpup;697577]
    Quote Originally Posted by Skwaz View Post
    Attachment 309310Attachment 309311Attachment 309312If this is a hijack , sorry , I got a similar strap for Tamron 70-200 g2 on a 750 wanting the weight taken by tripod mount , but my screw mount sits on top of the two safety screw and does not feel secure anyone had a problem like this and a solution cheers[/QUOTEeDid your Tamron come with the plate and screws? Or did your strap come with the plate? My older Tamron just has a 1/4x20 hole in the foot.
    Yes, the tripod mount is part of the collar and can't be removed , the screws are to stop kit sliding off if it comes loose on the tripod , suppose I could take out the screws but they are there for a reason , thanks for your interest





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