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Jan 20, 2019 16:58:06   #
warrior
 
They left SLO CA

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Jan 20, 2019 18:03:03   #
Photocraig
 
Architect1776 wrote:
Seems to be good overall.
Where are they moving from?


Las I looked, and it has been a while that I had a RRS sized budget, they were in Los Osos (Central Coast) CA. Moving away from CA is a generally smart move.

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Jan 20, 2019 18:38:12   #
Cdouthitt
 
I’ve only owned RRS camera plates and L plates on my last 3 cameras. Top quality stuff.

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Jan 20, 2019 19:17:38   #
DaveO (a regular here)
 
Their lever release clamps are great for quick changing different heads.

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Jan 21, 2019 05:41:53   #
queencitysanta
 
Great products

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Jan 21, 2019 06:25:22   #
Gene51 (a regular here)
 
bgrn wrote:
Just curious, anyone on here use Really Right Stuff photography products? They are moving their manufacturing to just a few miles from me and I am looking at applying for a job they have that perfectly fits my skills.


It doesn't get any better than RRS. Outstanding quality.

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Jan 21, 2019 06:26:47   #
robertfoglia
 
I've bought products from them over the past half dozen years, and have always been fully satisfied, though as previously stated not inexpensive.

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Jan 21, 2019 07:02:05   #
CO (a regular here)
 
I don't have any RRS products but I used their Arca-Swiss dovetail design when I made an Arca-Swiss plate in a machine shop. This is the standard that most companies use. They have this print on their website so that any manufacturer could produce Arca-Swiss dovetails that are compatible with theirs.


(Download)

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Jan 21, 2019 07:16:34   #
OnDSnap (a regular here)
 
I use a few of their ball heads, mono pod head and pano slides... really good stuff :) Good luck.

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Jan 21, 2019 07:19:24   #
BurghByrd
 
Really good products. I started using it based on Joel Sartore's recommendations in his Gat Geo photo courses. Of course, he makes money for endorsements but in this case he's right it's top quality gear particularly the L brackets and monopod heads.

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Jan 21, 2019 07:38:09   #
billnikon (a regular here)
 
bgrn wrote:
Just curious, anyone on here use Really Right Stuff photography products? They are moving their manufacturing to just a few miles from me and I am looking at applying for a job they have that perfectly fits my skills.


I know nothing of their benefit packages, hours, work environment, management philosophy, vacations, required SKILL SET, pay scale or any other important pre-hiring information. I would prepare a list of questions to ask during a potential interview.

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Jan 21, 2019 08:16:47   #
randave2001
 
I own a couple of their ball heads as well as L-brackets. Never had a moments regret for any of these purchases. Gear is top shelf quality.

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Jan 21, 2019 08:31:25   #
Tom Daniels
 
As said excellent but expensive. The Chinese and Koreans etc have
been making recently photo and video gear that is priced really well.
They are cleaning up your gear pickups and taking over.

Now buying flashes or Rokinon lens clamps and gear is so much more reasonable.
We will see how long some of our great suppliers hold up. Think I bought from
these people cant remember details.

Good luck.

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Jan 21, 2019 08:35:55   #
mborn (a regular here)
 
Excellent Quality

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Jan 21, 2019 08:42:52   #
twillsol
 
bgrn wrote:
Just curious, anyone on here use Really Right Stuff photography products? They are moving their manufacturing to just a few miles from me and I am looking at applying for a job they have that perfectly fits my skills.


Expensive, but top of the line quality,, love my ball head.

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