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do i need tripod mount for canon rp with Canon EF 16-35mm f/4.0

kalel
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i mostly shoot with a tripod with my 70D with Canon EF 16-35mm f/4.0 lens. now i have an rp with adapter to use the same lens. am worried the lens is too heavy for the rp in a tripod. do i need a tripod mount for it? what size?

thanks so much

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Waddizzle
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If you have a genuine Canon mount adapter, then I would not expect there to be any issues.  Yeah, I know it is a smaller body than your 70D.  Beside, there isn’t a foot accessory that I am aware for either the lens or the mount adapter.  Use your best judgement when it comes to holding the camera/lens combo.

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thank you so much. i appreciate the response

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Waddizzle
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If you have a genuine Canon mount adapter, then I would not expect there to be any issues.  Yeah, I know it is a smaller body than your 70D.  Beside, there isn’t a foot accessory that I am aware for either the lens or the mount adapter.  Use your best judgement when it comes to holding the camera/lens combo.

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thanks so much for your reply. i appreciate it. yeah, i have a genuine adapter. just kind of worry that the lens is too heavily for the body specifically if am shooting mostly in a tripod

Greetings,

Too heavy, its not. You're fine and safe.  RP included.   

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thank you so much. i appreciate the response

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