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Jobu Design Surefoot Adapter for Manfrotto Plate

Jobu Design Surefoot Adapter for Manfrotto Plate

Jobu Design Surefoot Adapter for Manfrotto Plate

B&H # JOSFCPM MFR # SF-CPM
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Ship Time: 7-14 business days 
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Product Highlights

  • For Collar-Less Lenses
  • Converts RC2 Manfrotto QR Plates
  • Arca-Style Dovetails
  • Attach to Gimbal Head
  • Enables Proper Balance
  • Keep Camera Mounted on Manfrotto Plate
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You Pay: $64.90

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The Surefoot Adapter for Manfrotto Plate from Jobu Design is a long plate that attaches to the bottom of a Manfrotto RC2 quick-release plate. This setup enables you to mount your camera & telephoto lens in a gimbal head from Jobu Design – or in an Arca-style compatible head from another manufacturer. The Surefoot Adapter is designed for long lenses that do not have collars (such as a Tamron 28-200).

With etched millimeter markings along its base, the adapter can be used to properly balance most camera/lens combinations in a gimbal head. Best of all, you won't have to remove your Manfrotto plate, so you can easily switch to shooting handheld or on a tripod.

Note: Does not include a Manfrotto RC2 plate. You will not be able to switch to portrait mode with this type of setup.

Constructed of high-quality aluminum with stainless steel fasteners
Permanent markings laser-engraved into extremely hard black anodizing
UPC: 705105672670
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Jobu Design Surefoot Adapter for Manfrotto Plate
  • 5 Year Limited Warranty
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    Specifications
    Material Aluminum
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.8 x 4.9 x 0.6"

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