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For shooting theatrical productions, where silence is a virtue, an M6 on a monopod or tripod is just the ticket. I have small RRS plates attached to the tripod sockets on my 90/2 and 135/2.8 lenses, and have made exposures as slow as 1/4 second with good results. I would not have been allowed in the theater with a Nikon or Hasselblad. So there are applications where an M6 on a 'pod is appropriate. Cheers, Kip csocolow wrote: > <snip> I don't use the RRS with my Leicas because <snip> they're not meant to be > tripod mounted. If I > want to photograph with a tripod any of the aformentioned systems are > available. Hope this helps.