B&H # FIFLXA074 MFR # FLXA074
You Pay: $29.00
B&H # CAC1751 MFR # C1751
You Pay: $12.00
B&H # MA200PL MFR # 200PL
"Works OK...Love it....Now have a plate on camcorder and on scope so I can easily switch which piece of equipment is on a tripod....As I also use the same tripod for a spotting scope, which also has a dedicated mounting plate, I just leave the plates on the respective equipment and it only takes seconds to switch."See more
You Pay: $19.88
B&H # MA501PL MFR # 501PL
Replaces old part #3433PL.
"Love it....Good make...On most shoots I use a 501 pan-head on the tripod and owning multiple camera plates for the 501 means that I can keep a separate plate with each different camera (or mounted to the jib unit) and not have to worry about forgetting to bring a plate to the shoot locations....I bought one of these for each camera and lens (that has a 1/4 20 mount) that I have so I can switch things out quickly and effectively."See more
You Pay: $26.43
B&H # MA410PL MFR # 410PL
Replaces old part number 3271.
"Love it!...love it....I am on and off a tripod a lot and wanted something that I could mount with one hand, hear a click and know it was solid....If you have two bodies on a job, it's a great idea to get a backup baseplate so your assistant can change out your camera without taking the time to remove and replace it on the next body."See more
You Pay: $15.90
B&H # SUQRCPG MFR # 620-749
"Love it!...Good buy!...I bought several of these so I could leave a platform on each of my cameras, allowing me to switch which camera I have on my tripod quickly....I usually leave this on my camera, but I took it off recently and misplaced it - thanks to B&H ... I was up and running again in just a few days..."See more
You Pay: $9.95
B&H # MA454 MFR # 454
It is the ideal tool to make precise positioning movements to achieve the perfect framed shot, for macro photography, for QTVR, and other precise copy/repro work. This plate has finger-tip control for ultra-fine positioning, but has a simple lock-release lever for fast set-up.
Two plates can be interlocked at 90° for full lateral/forward/back movement (over 4.7"). Made of extruded aluminum, the plate has 1/4"-20 and 3/8" holes and screws for tripod and camera mounting.
Replaces old part number 3419.
"Not bad...Great item...It's worth mentioning that the plate comes with both 3/8ths and 1/4-20 screws, both are removable but only the 3/8ths screw can be stored directly on the plate, so if you mean to use the plate with a tripod head combination you will have to find another place for the 1/4-20 screw....I works well enough but there is a bit of a play in the slider and when you use it for macro as I do you have to be very careful because even the slightest move will shift you focus."See more
You Pay: $89.95
B&H # SUQRPUP777 MFR # 620-731
"Solid QR...I like it!...I love a quick release and put them on both of my cameras so that I can change them out quickly....Pros - Very well built - Generally a good quick release plate Cons - While my DSLR is attached, you cannot see the bubble level - The screw on the bottom is very tough, seems to be loosening with use though"See more
You Pay: $10.35
B&H # MA785PL MFR # 785PL
You can attach the quick release plate to the camera's base at all times; the item allows the user to quickly and easily attach or remove the camera from the tripod without having to waste time fumbling with the threaded mount.
"Fits fine...Thank you...the pin in front does not push in to mount on a regular camera you have to use a tiny screwdriver to push it out and hope you don't lose it, if you want to use it on a video camera again....It works well and is a defenite plus to be able to get extra plates for the tripod; however a couple of things are a little bit inconvenient."See more
You Pay: $12.99
B&H # WE2030DP MFR # 2030-DP
"Other than that, the deflector is a bit pricey for what it is, but not a big deal....With the plate in place, the light modifier delivers a quality of light more akin to that of a beauty dish....I would definitely recommend the kit for any photographers who are looking for a lightweight off-camera lighting setup."See more
You Pay: $19.90
B&H # WIQRPP20 MFR # P-20
Please check manufacturer's website for current head/lens compatibility.
"Solid Fit...Perfect !...I see my mistake now, which I did buying dedicated plate from RRS for 70-200mm f2.8 IS II L before buying P-20 (By the way P-20 is bit longer than RRS plate for 70-200mm f2.8 IS II L) Overall it is matching quality of RRS and Kirk I like versality of this product as it can be used on many lenses....All in all I am very happy with the plateness of the plate and the screwness of the screw - my only real complaint is the screwness of the price, which I find a bit painful due to the fact that you are after all purchasing a metal plate and a screw."See more
You Pay: $52.00
B&H # WIQRPP5 MFR # P-5
The P-5 plate has a thin, dense layer of textured rubber upon its uppermost surface, which grips the bottom of cameras but is so dense and thin that it maintains a solid feel similar to a metal-to-camera connection. Below the rubber, the top metal surface of the P5 is machined to ensure that frictional force is concentrated on the plate's outer portions, which provides the maximum mechanical advantage to help resist twisting.
While the P5 works on nearly all camera bodies, it is brilliantly suited for use with cameras which have metal skeletons and metal tripod sockets. With plastic-bodied camera bodies, one must not apply excessive torque to the plate when attaching to the camera.
"Good buy...good stuff...I definitely prefer the camera specific plates from Really Right Stuff, but if I have to use a generic/universal plate for something, I think this one is a good choice....I think it is a really good plate and I use it with my 645d and an Arca Swiss Monoball Z1."See more
You Pay: $52.00
B&H # KILP45 MFR # LP-45
"Love it!...Good foot....This is a good product, but I returned it because I found a better solution for me: the 4th Generation foot for the Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8, which does NOT have a quick-release feature, but is a lower-profile Arca-Swiss style foot that attaches to the lens tripod collar with a screw....Right, so I chose this plate rather than adding a plate to the Nikon mount, because it offers a chance to simplify."See more
You Pay: $80.00
B&H # MA504PLONG MFR # 504PLONG
"I would buy it again...Having several mounting plates allows us to keep a plate with each device so we change to a new device on the tripod quickly."See more
You Pay: $29.99
B&H # MA03014 MFR # 030-14
This item replaces old item code #3049.
"Very solid...Thank you....I like the Arca Swiss types of plates better, and someday I may buy that Cadalic of a ball head on my wish list, but for now I will be content to enjoy using what I already have....I purchase the hexagonal plate from B&H and it is pefect for holding my stronger lenses, even when I rotate the camera, the locking mechanism is so tight that the camera does not flinch, this plate is perfect for those who use the Bogen tripods, this is not the flat screw bottom, I find that that one loosens up easily, this has the extra dial at the botton to lock it tight"See more
You Pay: $17.88
B&H # SUCPGQR MFR # 620-CPG
The head's pistol grip facilitates an extremely quick and easy way to set your shooting angle: just squeeze the trigger, position with the rubberized handgrip, and release, and the camera's position is locked. This single-handed operation enables you to set forward/backward and side-to-side tilt as well as panning around a full 360°. The included quick-release plate enables fast camera mounting (via a standard 1/4"-20 camera screw) and allows you to switch to handheld shooting in seconds.
Featuring both 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 mounts, the Compact Pistol Grip head mounts to virtually all tripods. With four built-in bubble levels around the head, you'll always have instantaneous feedback as to whether your shot hews to the horizon.
With a heavy load capacity and an integrated spring-loaded video pin on its quick-release plate, the Compact Pistol Grip head also supports compact camcorders. An ideal application might be a rapid-fire video production that involves a series of static shots.
"Love it...The Best...Though really, almost any ball head will work well because the weight is all in the dead center of the slider plate but the handle is a nice addition for extra grip.The only complaints I have are in the lack of a tension lock and the fact that the trigger can be really hard to pull....All in all, I'm pleased with the quickness with which I can use this head to lock on to a subject."See more
You Pay: $16.82
B&H # VEQB6RL MFR # QB-6RL
A quick release plate can be kept attached to the camera's base. This allows you to attach or remove the camera from the tripod quickly and easily without having to waste time fumbling with the threaded mount.
"No Brainer...Perfect Fit...Buy this product to a tripod, and that I had lost, and is a very good quck release plate that fits perfectly to the camera and is very safe, I recommend it, best of all is the price-quality relationship, definitely high quality at a low price....The serial number is the same on the new plate except that the cork on top is thinner and the screw on the bottom does not have a little handle that flips up so you can tighten as necessary without the need for a coin, which was particularly useful on original plate."See more
You Pay: $19.95
B&H # INPU60 MFR # PU60
"Good Plate...Just Right...I like this mounting plate because it contains a little ring attached to the mounting screw....It's definitely a better fit on the Nikon P900."See more
You Pay: $27.00
B&H # WIQRPP10 MFR # P-10
"love it!...Good Stuff...The Wimberley P10 Quick Release Plate is a must-have for long lenses (such as the Nikon 70-200mm 2.8) when using a tripod or monopod....The Wimberly P-10 is a precisely machined lens plate with a black anodized finish."See more
You Pay: $52.00
B&H # VAQS39 MFR # QS-39
"Love it....Thank you....I bought a Vanguard Alta Pro tripod which came with a very nice ball head and a quick release plate that stayed on the camera....It's a perfect fit for my tripod I put this in my second body so that I could use bothe without moving the plate Only problem is the plate is small so it's not super sturdy"See more
You Pay: $12.95