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4 comments


  • Terrific article, Paul. The setup looks a bit bulky to be carried far afield. Is weight a problem?
    Is there any reason a D800 could not work with this system?
    Thanks,
    John

    November 28, 2014
  • I re-read the article, paying more attention this time (!) and saw the listed weight and that you managed just fine with a backpack. You certainly have me thinking as I was considering some options for a trip to Moab in April which will involve hiking some distance with my D800 and three lenses and heavy duty tripod. Like many landscape photographers, I do well with stitching but feel that seeking images with better presence is always a goal.
    BTW, excellent images on your site.
    John

    November 28, 2014
  • Michael Jordan

    Thanks for the review. I’m looking at getting the same set up and having trouble locating a dealer and the parts for my Sony A7R with Universalis.

    Do you have any references where I can purchase these and all the parts needed for the Universalis. I’m assuming there is not a standard kit and I need to source the parts individually.

    Thanks
    Michael

    March 19, 2015
  • Dear sir,
    I am the webmaster of http://www.galerie-photo.com, the French Site for High Resolution Photography.
    Your article http://photosofarkansas.com/2014/11/07/the-arca-swiss-dslr-2-a-perfect-companion-to-the-sony-a7r-part-1-camera-review/ is very interesting and I would like to make a French translation of it on the site galerie-photo.com.
    Would you agree?
    Best regards.
    Henri Peyre

    March 29, 2015

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