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#1 ron veto

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Posted 07 February 2009 - 04:32 PM

Hello to all grips out there. Hope people are working. I've heard that the Euro mount is a good way to interlink mitchell mount to ball level head.I'd love to see one. Recommended vendors in L.A. would be cool. Be safe. Thanks.
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Posted 08 February 2009 - 11:51 PM

check with Matthews Studio Equipment, otherwise ISAIA is a dealer of GFM, probably the best grip manufacturer by far!
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Posted 09 February 2009 - 09:40 AM

I have to agree about GFM. They have some of the best machined products out there. Way better than Matthews.
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http://www.g-f-m.net...t/griptool.html

Hope thats what you are looking for.

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Posted 09 February 2009 - 02:23 PM

check with Matthews Studio Equipment, otherwise ISAIA is a dealer of GFM, probably the best grip manufacturer by far!

Hi Rob, Thanks for the info. I'm looking for a good interlink between the two formats. The last time we wrote was when I was in Chaing Mai doing "Rambo". How's everything in BKK? Thanks for all the support. I hope you're working. In L.A. it's pretty dead now because of the actors strike and ??? Have a good year! Aloha, Ron veto
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Posted 09 February 2009 - 02:26 PM

I have to agree about GFM. They have some of the best machined products out there. Way better than Matthews.
Click on the link.

http://www.g-f-m.net...t/griptool.html

Hope thats what you are looking for.

Sanjay Sami
www.thegripworks.com

Sanjay, Namaste. Thank you for the info. I spent a month in Bombay. I had a great time while there. I hope "Slumdog" really makes even more work for you.Did you work it? I'm sure that you're a busy guy. That's good. Have a good year! Aloha, Ron
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Posted 09 February 2009 - 02:27 PM

I have to agree about GFM. They have some of the best machined products out there. Way better than Matthews.
Click on the link.

http://www.g-f-m.net...t/griptool.html

Hope thats what you are looking for.

Sanjay Sami
www.thegripworks.com

Sanjay, Namaste. Thank you for the info. I spent a month in Bombay. I had a great time while there. I hope "Slumdog" really makes even more work for you.Did you work it? I'm sure that you're a busy guy. That's good. Have a good year! Aloha, Ron
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