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Post L-Bracket Options
Ok, so I read through a really old thread here where someone posted pictures of their milapse setup here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/34629466@N ... 522300515/

And I'm wondering where this L-Bracket came from? Does Meade produce this? Or was this custom made by someone? I'm completely out of the loop on this one since I've come in late to this forum. I'd also be curious to any other l-bracket options people here, who use Milapse, have come up with.
I've already made my own l-bracket in my workshop and it was no problem, but I wouldn't mind getting something pro-looking like the bracket linked to above.

Any help would be great, Thanks!

-Ben

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Sun Dec 27, 2009 11:18 pm
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Post Re: L-Bracket Options
I bought this bracket from the guy at Telescope Warehouse a couple of weeks ago. I have an issue with it that I can't mount my 5DMKII. I might McGuyver another bracket to make it work or just resell it.

Email him at scopehed@frontiernet.net


Tue Dec 29, 2009 10:28 am
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Post Re: L-Bracket Options
Thank you!
But it sounds like this bracket will have some capability issues with mounting certain cameras. I might have to re-think this one.

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Tue Dec 29, 2009 10:34 pm
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Post Re: L-Bracket Options
All I did was visit the local hardware store and buy a right-angle bracket designed for holding fence posts etc in place, then drilled a couple of holes in it.
Very solid and very cheap.

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