LockCircle LockPort Flex Kit for Sony a7 Cameras

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LockCircle LockPort Flex Kit for Sony a7 Cameras
Key Features
  • Includes 4", 6", & 8" HDMI Cables
  • Relocates HDMI Port Position
  • Improves Reach for Monitors
  • Shifts Weight to Balance Cage for Gimbal
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The LockPort Flex Kit for Sony a7 Cameras from LockCircle is an accessory designed to relocate the position of the HDMI port on your cage or rig. The double-sided mounting plate allows the user to position the HDMI input on nearly any available space on a cage, shifting weight and improving the cage's center of gravity when used on a gimbal. The Flex accessory may also act as an extension cable, allowing the user to relocate a monitor or viewfinder to a position that would normally be unreachable.
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LockCircle LockPort Overview

The LockPort Flex Kit for Sony a7 Cameras from LockCircle is an accessory designed to relocate the position of the HDMI port on your cage or rig. The double-sided mounting plate allows the user to position the HDMI input on nearly any available space on a cage, shifting weight and improving the cage's center of gravity when used on a gimbal. The Flex accessory may also act as an extension cable, allowing the user to relocate a monitor or viewfinder to a position that would normally be unreachable.

This kit includes three HDMI cables – 4", 6", and 8" – which may be easily interchanged using the Flex system's titanium knurled/hex clamp knobs. Additionally, each cable features an ultra-thin unobtrusive design and gold-plated connectors to ensure a reliable connection, even with 4K.

LockCircle LockPort Specs

Material of ConstructionAluminum and titanium
Cable Length4" (10 cm)
6" (15 cm)
8" (20 cm)
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.235 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.05 x 3.4 x 1.9"
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