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Tiffen M1 vs M2


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The 1.75 post is the M1 post.  On the order list it speaks about an adapter to use it with the M2 topstage.  You can mix and match but as i stated it is component vs component so the M1 version of the component will be more expensive.  If you care at all about payload maximum ratings (i don’t really) then you might not want to pair an M1 post with an M2 topstage and vice versa which would sort of defeat the purpose.  I have the full M1 Volt and i have an M2 Volt on order.  I will probably be switching fully to the M2 Volt.  The 1.58 post is the same diameter as my Ultra2 and i loved that rig.  Never had one issue with vibration.  Best thing to do is talk to someone at Tiffen about the details or maybe Jerry can chime in.

Grayson Grant Austin, SOC

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On 10/23/2019 at 1:46 AM, Grayson Austin said:

The 1.75 post is the M1 post.  On the order list it speaks about an adapter to use it with the M2 topstage.  You can mix and match but as i stated it is component vs component so the M1 version of the component will be more expensive.  If you care at all about payload maximum ratings (i don’t really) then you might not want to pair an M1 post with an M2 topstage and vice versa which would sort of defeat the purpose.  I have the full M1 Volt and i have an M2 Volt on order.  I will probably be switching fully to the M2 Volt.  The 1.58 post is the same diameter as my Ultra2 and i loved that rig.  Never had one issue with vibration.  Best thing to do is talk to someone at Tiffen about the details or maybe Jerry can chime in.

Grayson Grant Austin, SOC

Hi Grayson,

Did you finally receive your M2 Volt? Are you happy with it?

What's your thoughts after 1,5 year of use?

Does the lower price make a major difference compared to the M1?

Thanks!

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