The Kwik Stand from Kessler is a gear-saving plate compatible with the Kwik Release system, providing additional camera stability when resting your camera on flat surfaces, and protecting it from toppling over. It has four points of contact via rubber feet that grip hard surfaces and provide anti-slip resistance, further ensuring camera stability. All Kwik Stand models also provide threaded accessory holes for added versatility and accessory mounting.
Kessler Crane MG1031 Overview
Kessler Crane MG1031 Specs
|Dimensions||3.75 x 4.125 x .563" (9.5 x 10.4 x 1.4 cm)|
|Weight||4.5 oz (127.5 g)|
|Package Weight||0.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.7 x 6.6 x 1.3"|
Kessler Crane MG1031 Reviews
A great addition to your camera rig
I purchased this for my Lumix GH6 rig and it has not come off since. It solves a simple problem, to have the camera stay steady on a flat surface and not flop over as I make adjustments. The Kwik stand also has a arca-swiss plate on the bottom making it quick and easy to attach to my fluid head. Highly recommended
Unique product, I really love its dual functionality
Works great as a stand for resting things on a table, and does double duty as a tripod plate. Fantastic.
Somewhat expensive, but there's no alternative
Unique item, can't find an alternative to this. Seems expensive but is a game changer in handling. Be aware of the right size: medium can be to small for longer optics oder longer rig.
Where has this thing been!
Works perfectly for my rig. Check out the other sizes and get the one right for you.
Bought this so I can carry one tripod instead of two. Works a treat and fits my head perfectly.
Worth the $$$.
This was a no-brainer addition given that I was already invested in a Kessler system. I've had the Kessler small camera plate and the K-Plate. This size Kwik Stand is perfect for a DSLR. Mine is on a modified Canon 6D and it rarely leaves it. Perfect fit for the Kwik Release receivers, but I like it more for the ability to quickly put the camera down and know that it'll stay upright. It's light enough to keep on the camera when I'm shooting handheld. One thing - remember to keep the supplied allen key or a large flat-bladed screwdriver in your kit when you shoot. If the camera screw works its' way loose infield, it's very hard to tighten by hand. That's literally the only minor issue that I've got with it.
Excellent build quality, very happy.
works as it should. very big and sturdy
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