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Really Right Stuff PC-LR Round Panning Clamp with Lever-Release Release

BH #REPCLR • MFR #PC-LR
Really Right Stuff
Really Right Stuff PC-LR Round Panning Clamp with Lever-Release Release
Key Features
  • Arca-Type Compatible Base and Clamp
  • 3/8"-16 Central Mounting Socket
  • Panning Range: 360°
  • Diameter: 2.9"
The PC-LR Round Panning Clamp from Really Right Stuff is an Arca-type compatible dovetail equipped, 360° panning base that features a lever-release equipped Arca-type clamp.
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Really Right Stuff PC-LR Overview

The PC-LR Round Panning Clamp from Really Right Stuff is an Arca-type compatible dovetail equipped, 360° panning base that features a lever-release equipped Arca-type clamp.

A useful accessory for panoramic and landscape photographers, the PC-LR base allows the user to rotate their camera 360° on top of a tripod, ball head, or other support. The base may be attached to a support or Arca-type equipped ball head via the integrated Arca-type dovetail, a 3/8"-16 threaded socket, or a 1/4"-20 threaded socket.

When in use, the rotation of the mounted camera may be accurately monitored via a laser engraved degree scale which features markings in 2.5° increments. When the photographer decides on a stopping point the rotation may be locked by an integrated screw knob. The clamp also features a diameter of 2.9", a total height of 1.4", and includes a single bull's-eye bubble level for accurate leveling.

UPC: 818413023055

Really Right Stuff PC-LR Specs

Quick Release SystemArca-type
Tripod Mounting Threads3/8"-16 and 1/4"-20
Height1.4" (3.5 cm)
Diameter2.9" (7.2 cm)
Weight11.8 oz (336 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.965 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.55 x 4.65 x 2.25"
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