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LensCoat LensSack Pro Beanbag Support (Forest Green Camo, Empty)

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LensCoat LensSack Pro Beanbag Support (Forest Green Camo, Empty)
Key Features
  • Holds Lenses up to 800mm
  • Removable 3/8"-16 Mounting Plate
  • Water-Resistant Cordura
  • MOLLE Webbing
The black, empty LensSack Pro Beanbag Support from LensCoat provides a stable base for lenses up to 800mm. It has a removable mounting plate with a 3/8"-16 thread so that you can attach a gimbal or other tripod head to the beanbag. Made from water-resistant Cordura, the LensSack Pro features MOLLE webbing, two storage pockets, and two adjustable straps allow for easy carrying.
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What about sewing quality and quality of materials? Does sewing damage with time?
Asked by: Ali A.
We cannot say how long this will last as there are way too many variables on how one uses it. But LensCoat makes a good product and is a good company.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

What is the best type of head to put on this? I ...

What is the best type of head to put on this? I initially thought of using some type of Gimbal head, but a salesman recommended a Sirui pan and tilt head. Any recommendations?
Asked by: Linda
It depends on the type of shooting. If your doing video as well as photo, then a pan and tilt head or gimbal would be good, if your just shooting photo a ball head would work well.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-07-21

question

Any idea how many lbs of buckwheat hulls it would take to fill this? For example using B&H # KIR428H MFR # R428H. Thanks.
Asked by: Timothy
About 15 lb of bird seed
Answered by: Kevin I.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

it's come Empty or Filled with Sunflower Seeds?
Asked by: Sultan A.
It comes empty. We filled with plastic chips we bought at Hobby Lobby. Took quite a few bags. Kinda expensive but they won't mold or grow anything. ( you could look for larger bags online or eBay )
Answered by: Christine D.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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