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Rogeti TSE Frame Mk.3+ 

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Rogeti’s latest version (V3+) of the TSE Frame is somewhat lighter than the previous version and features more accurate levelling vials.

For a detailed review about using the TSE Frame and why it’s a fixture in Keith’s kit bag see:

Note: There is a specific version of the TSE Frame for the Canon TS-E50mm lens

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The Rogeti TSE Frame  is available for $340
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TSE Frame Mk3 changes

The TSE frame is always in my kit when out doing architectural work with the Canon 24mm and 17mm lenses.

I’m currently testing a brand new precision tripod head that Rogeti are releasing soon. As part of that they sent me the V3+ TSE Frame.

I’ve written up a lot about how I use the TSE frame in my recent TSE Frame V3 update, and original review. 

The main differences are that it’s a little slimmed down and lighter (now 215g). Also, the levelling vials are more precise UK sourced versions.

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Fitting my TS-E24mm F3.5 L mk2 lens into the frame is just as easy.

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Looking at the levelling vials when on a tripod I can see that they are a bit more sensitive to movement.

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I see this more as evidence of Rogeti’s commitment to refining their products than as something to rush out and get if you already have one

I’ll be using it when having a look at their new precision tripod head. I’ll also be using the Rogeti ‘L’ Bracket I recently acquired for my Canon 5Ds [bracket review notes – NB also available for certain Sony cameras]

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