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Old 01-01-2012, 11:24 PM
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Thinking about using a vertical over a beam set up, something like a Imax over a shooting star.

Thoughts, do's, don'ts ?
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i think if you want to put a vert over a beam you should use just a beam on the flat side not a beam with hor and vert .

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Nope.
I wouldn't.
Over a horizontal-only beam with an A99 or an Imax 2000 - yes.
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Thanks, since thats the case, guess I'll go with the 105c or 106C hor.
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