Losmandy Two-Axis Camera Rotation Mount

BH #LODVCM2 • MFR #DVCM 2
Losmandy Two-Axis Camera Rotation Mount
Key Features
  • ±45° Camera Tilt
  • 360° Camera and Base Rotation
  • Fits V and D Series Dovetail Plates
  • 1/4"-20 Camera Mounting Post
With the Losmandy Two-Axis Camera Rotation Mount you can now quickly and easily mount a DSLR camera onto EQ, alt-az, or motorized mount heads for wide-field, Solar (with proper filters), and Lunar astrophotography.
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Losmandy DVCM 2 Overview

With the Losmandy Two-Axis Camera Rotation Mount you can now quickly and easily mount a DSLR camera onto EQ, alt-az, or motorized mount heads for wide-field, Solar (with proper filters), and Lunar astrophotography.

The base is compatible with Losmandy's large D or smaller Vixen-style V-plates for use with the two most popular plate sizes, while a standard 1/4"-20 threaded post on top enables fast attachment of a camera without the need for tools thanks to a large tightening knob.

The mount is designed to provide a wide range of motion, enabling the camera to be rotated a full 360°, with a ±45° up or down tilt for precise placement. The base portion can also rotate 360° for an even greater range of motion. Made of a lightweight and durable aluminum allow, it sports a scratch and corrosion-resistant anodized finish to protect it. When using a D-plate, the height from the top of the plate to the top of the camera mount is 3.95"; and when using a V-plate, the height is 3.65".

UPC: 851868007249

Losmandy DVCM 2 Specs

Mount
Camera: 1/4"-20 post
Mount head: Dovetail saddle
Mounting Height
D (Losmandy) plate: 3.95" / 10.03 cm
V (Vixen) plate: 3.65" / 9.27 cm
Height from top of dovetail plate to top of camera mount
Construction
Aluminum alloy
Weight
Not specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight
2.33 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
12.85 x 9.35 x 2.15"

Losmandy DVCM 2 Reviews

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You claim this item rotates in 3 axes but I see ...

You claim this item rotates in 3 axes but I see no provision for movement in the roll axis. What do you mean by "Three-Axis"?
Asked by: Gerry
Addendum: while it does indeed say 2-axis in its name, it mentions three-axes in Losmandy's description. While I do believe it is still a 2-axis rotational mount, that might be the reason for our initial issue.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2020-12-31
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