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Black Rapid fastener T1 fits into Vanguard QS-39 plate
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December 2, 2012
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Does anybody know if the Black Rapid fastener T1 fits into the Vanguard QS-39 release plate, like it does into the RC2 of Manfrotto?

http://www.blackrapid.com/prod…..fastenr-t1

I have a QS-39 tripod quick release plate from Vanguard and I use a Black Rapid strap classic attached to my camera…but to spare some time I want the tripod plate always attached to the camera but my normal fastener that comes with the classic Black Rapid is too big so I have to change it for something like the T1…my problem is that I need to order it online and I dont know if it fits the plate. Does anybody use this plates?

January 27, 2013
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Well guys, I talked to Black Rapid, and the T1 fastener is compatible with manfrotto Quick release plates for their tripods….so nothing to Vanguard. In conclusion I freaked out and sold my Black Rapid, because I want to have my plate always attached to my camera, so, if the Black Rapid does not work right in my plate, Black Rapid had to go. Bye Bye Black Rapid, and Welcome to my nikon normal strap again. Smile

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I’m in the same position with my new tripod – which has an Arca Swiss style head. Well, some interesting tips on choosing equipment can also be found here http://fixthephoto.com/tech-ti…..raphy.html

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