SHAPE V-Lock Plate with D-Tap for Blackmagic URSA

BH #SHUMPBU • MFR #UMPBU
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SHAPE V-Lock Plate with D-Tap for Blackmagic URSA
Key Features
  • DC Connection to Camera
  • Provides Camera-Specific Voltage
  • 1 x D-Tap Accessory Port
  • Breakaway DC Cable Included
Pair this V-Lock Plate from SHAPE with a V-Mount battery to provide the specific voltage and amperage for running a Blackmagic URSA Camera. Using a pro-style V-Mount battery (not included) will give you an extended runtime, compared to using the camera's standard internal battery. You'll appreciate the longer operating time over the course of a long shooting day, or when recording in cold weather.
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SHAPE V-Lock Plate with D-Tap for Blackmagic URSA

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SHAPE UMPBU Overview

Pair this V-Lock Plate from SHAPE with a V-Mount battery to provide the specific voltage and amperage for running a Blackmagic URSA Camera. Using a pro-style V-Mount battery (not included) will give you an extended runtime, compared to using the camera's standard internal battery. You'll appreciate the longer operating time over the course of a long shooting day, or when recording in cold weather.

The V-Lock Plate incorporates a D-Tap port with a maximum 50W output for powering accessories. A DC camera power cable and four plate-mounting screws are included with the plate.

Features

Enables you to power your Blackmagic URSA camera using longer lasting, pro-style V-Mount batteries
Power accessories using the plate's D-Tap output (50W maximum)
A breakaway DC cable and mounting screws are included
UPC: 629266006290

SHAPE UMPBU Specs

Power
Maximum Load50 W
Output Voltage12 to 17 VDC
General
Connectors1 x DC Jack
1 x D-Tap
Battery Plate TypeV-Mount
Cable Length4.5" / 11.4 cm
Dimensions5.75 x 4 x 1" / 14.6 x 10.16 x 2.54 cm
Weight6.3 oz / 0.18 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.7 x 8.6 x 5.4"
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