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Custom Brackets Digital PRO-E Camera Rotation Bracket

Custom Brackets Digital PRO-E Camera Rotation Bracket

Custom Brackets Digital PRO-E Camera Rotation Bracket

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Custom Brackets Digital PRO-E Camera Rotation Bracket

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Product Highlights

  • Grip on Left Side
  • Easy to Rotate
  • Anodized Black Aluminum

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The Custom Brackets Digital PRO-E Camera Rotation Bracket Kit is the economical choice for a pro-quality bracket for use with digital SLR camera systems. Unlike the other brackets in the Digital line, this model does not feature the flip-over flash arm, which helps to make this bracket more lightweight. The unique rotation system which rotates the camera around the center of the lens allows for locking not just at the vertical or horizontal axis, but anywhere in between as well.

Requires optional flash and camera mounting plate.

Note: Not recommended for shoe mounted infrared modules, e.g. Metz 54, 70, 76, Canon ST-E2 etc.

Easy to rotate using roller bearings from horizontal to vertical
No lubrication needed - designed to be maintenance free
Palm grip, for comfort and support while holding the bracket and zooming
Comfortable foam grip on left side
Anodized black aluminum for lightweight and strength
Optimal flash height for eliminating red eye and shadows
Fits in camera bags with compact design
In the Box
Custom Brackets Digital PRO-E Camera Rotation Bracket
  • 2 x Camera Screws (for camera plate)
  • Allen Key
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Lens-to-Flash Distance 11" (280mm)
    Dimensions 7.4 x 10.8 x 2.75" (187 x 276 x 70mm)
    Weight 17 oz (482g)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.3 x 8.6 x 3.0"

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