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The Wooden Camera UVF Mount LCD enables you to attach a larger LCD monitor to your camera while keeping it horizontally level. It is similar to the UVF Mount LCD Kit, but doesn't include a 15mm rod clamp. Instead, it is designed to be used with top handles or other on-camera hardware that have a rod clamp built-in. It features a NATO rail kit, UVF v2 sled, and LCD bracket that combine to offer tilt, horizontal, and vertical adjustments for positioning your EVF or monitor.
The NATO rail kit consists of a 15mm rod with a 4" NATO rail attached. The rod portion slots into a sideways-oriented rod clamp on your top handle or rig, allowing for tilt and distance adjustment. The included UVF v2 sled slides onto the NATO rail, securing into place using a thumbscrew, and provides attachment points for the LCD bracket. The sled can also attach to any NATO-standard rail.
The LCD bracket features 1/4"-20 threaded and pass-through holes for attaching your LCD monitor. A small spacer piece is included for monitors with video connection ports and controls on the bottom. To prevent the bracket and sled from accidental removal, there is a safety pin at the end of the NATO rail.
UVF Mount without 15mm rod clamp
Use with top handles or rigs with a built-in sideways-oriented 15mm rod clamp
For larger sized LCD monitors
Tension thumbscrew to adjust tilt
NATO Rail Kit with 15mm rod and 4" NATO rail
UVF v2 Sled attaches to any NATO compatible rail
Safety pin on NATO rail prevents accidental removal
LCD bracket with 1/4"-20 threaded and pass-through holes