Sunwayfoto DMC-200R Vertical Rail With "On-End" Clamp

BH #SUDMC200R • MFR #DMC-200R
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Sunwayfoto DMC-200R Vertical Rail With "On-End" Clamp
Key Features
  • CNC Machined From Aluminum
  • Hard-Anodized Finish
  • Laser-Engraved Scale
The Sunwayfoto DMC-200R Vertical Rail With "On-End" Clamp is compatible with all Arca-style quick-release clamps, including RRS lever clamps. It has an "on-end" integral clamp that slides onto a Multi-Purpose Rail (not included) to create a quick-mount component for vertically mounting your camera. A strong rail cross-section provides good stability.
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Sunwayfoto DMC-200R Overview

The Sunwayfoto DMC-200R Vertical Rail With "On-End" Clamp is compatible with all Arca-style quick-release clamps, including RRS lever clamps. It has an "on-end" integral clamp that slides onto a Multi-Purpose Rail (not included) to create a quick-mount component for vertically mounting your camera. A strong rail cross-section provides good stability.

CNC machined from aluminum
Hard-anodized finish, durable and resists scratches
Easily recognized laser-engraved scale

Sunwayfoto DMC-200R Specs

Plate/Rail
Camera Mounting Screw1 x 1/4"-20 Male
Assembly
Assembly DimensionsL: 7.9 x W: 3.1" / L: 20.0 x W: 7.9 cm
General
Quick Release TypeArca-Type
Weight6.1 oz / 172.9 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.72 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.65 x 4.2 x 2.3"
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How about the spec of thread of those screw holes ...

How about the spec of thread of those screw holes on the end of rail? I would like to mount RRS PCLR clamp on end as a vertical nodal slide of my DIY multi-row pano nodal slide gear.
Asked by: TSE JEN
Screw holes are 1/4-20".
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-11-20

What is the depth of this rail?

What is the depth of this rail?
Asked by: John
The depth of this rail is approximately 1/2"
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2019-06-07

Hi, help me understand whether that rail could be ...

Hi, help me understand whether that rail could be used for macro / close-up shots. I understood it's only adjustment of camera's position height relatively to object photographed (instead of extending the tripod's central column). Right?
Asked by: Yigal
I would agree with the previous answer, i.e., it could be adapted to do that but you would not be happy with the results when used for that purpose. The lack of ability to make the adjustment precisely with a knob makes this not a good solution for that purpose. Simply, it is not designed for that and you would be much more satisfied with a rail designed for macro work.
Answered by: Frederick
Date published: 2021-04-06
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