Really Right Stuff BD750-L L-Plate for Nikon D750

BH #REBD750LLPLT • MFR #BD750-L L-PLATE
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Really Right Stuff BD750-L L-Plate for Nikon D750
Key Features
  • For Nikon D750 DSLRs
  • Arca-Type Compatible Dovetail Mount
  • Repositionable for Easy Side Port Access
  • Maintains Access to Battery Door
Dedicated to the Nikon D750 DSLR, the BD750-L L-Plate from Really Right Stuff is an Arca-type compatible plate that facilitates easier, more stable switching between horizontal and vertical shooting orientations when working atop a tripod. The L-shape of the plate also benefits shooting in vertical orientation with panorama nodal slides, for maintaining a consistent nodal point, and shooting in horizontal orientation with side-mount gimbal heads.

Really Right Stuff BD750-L Overview

Dedicated to the Nikon D750 DSLR, the BD750-L L-Plate from Really Right Stuff is an Arca-type compatible plate that facilitates easier, more stable switching between horizontal and vertical shooting orientations when working atop a tripod. The L-shape of the plate also benefits shooting in vertical orientation with panorama nodal slides, for maintaining a consistent nodal point, and shooting in horizontal orientation with side-mount gimbal heads.

The dedicated design maintains full access to the battery door, features two Quick Disconnect (QD) mounting system points for attaching a strap, and the plate is repositionable to promote easier access to the camera's side ports for shooting tethered. Additionally, the CNC-machined 6061-T6 aluminum construction is finished with a Type II black anodizing, a 1/4"-20 threaded mounting socket is featured on the base, and laser-engraved center marks are placed on both axes for easy alignment.

This plate is compatible with wired remote releases, such as the Nikon MC-DC2 Remote Release Cord, but is not compatible with the WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller.
UPC: 818413024144

Really Right Stuff BD750-L Specs

Material of ConstructionAluminum
Length4.1" / 105.00 mm
Width1.6" / 42.00 mm
Height3.1" / 79.00 mm
Weight2.9 oz / 82.2 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.7 x 3.9 x 3"
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Can someone explain why these RRS L-plates don't ...

Can someone explain why these RRS L-plates don't have safety pins?
Asked by: Ken
The ARCA mounting areas on the BD750 are fairly short, so depending on the size of the clamp you might have a mounting problem if it had studs. The center of both mounting areas is marked, so I just match that with the marked center point on the clamp, you don't need to slide it to balance it like you do with the foot on a lens collar, which is when I worry about the plate sliding out of the clamp. If you are worried about the clamp coming loose, you can run a safety strap from the camera to the tripod/monopod. The main reason I use the RRS L bracket is to quickly mount to a tripod with a handstrap attached, and to carry the camera using the Quick Disconnect socket and a BlackRapid strap with a Magpul connector.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2021-01-08

Will this work with the Nikon battery grip?

Will this work with the Nikon battery grip?
Asked by: Richard
No, for body only. There doesn't appear to be a grip specific to the D750 with the grip. There is a universal grip that will work with a DSLR and grip, the 3 Legged Thing grip. Click the link below to view; https://bhpho.to/3jkRdG7
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-03-23

Will this fit the Peak Design tripod?

Will this fit the Peak Design tripod?
Asked by: Thomas
Yes, this will fit in the default head that comes with the Peak Design travel tripod. Remove the safety stops from both the tripod head and the RRS bracket to make it slide in seamlessly.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-05-02

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Do you have to slide the bracket away to open the port where the shutter release cable plugs? Or can that door be opened through the opening in the bracket (with the bracket flush with the side of the camera)?
Asked by: Saad
Hi, my bracket is for a Canon 5D4. I've used plenty of RRS L brackets on different pro Canon's over the years and RRS always consider access to ports really well. I can't see it would be any different for Nikon. Buy with confidence. They'll have it dialled.
Answered by: TONY W.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does this version of the L-bracket have the QD socket? The bracket was modified to support the QD system on the RRS website and wanted to know if B&H has the updated version.
Asked by: Lionel
I got mine for EOS 5d3 in august 2017 and it does NOT have the QD socket
Answered by: philippe p.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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