Vixen Optics Polarie Quick Release Angle Plate

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Vixen Optics
Vixen Optics Polarie Quick Release Angle Plate
Key Features
  • 1/4"-20 Camera/Optic Mount
  • Vertical or Horizontal Camera Mounting
  • Improved Stability over Photo Ball Heads
  • Requires Quick Release Panorama Clamp
Designed to fit their Polarie Quick Release Panorama Clamp, the Vixen Optics Polarie Quick Release Angle Plate provides an easy and stable way to attach your camera or smaller OTA onto the tracking system counterbalance rig. Using this clamp-plate combination brings the camera body closer to the center of gravity while adding much more strength and stability versus conventional ball heads.
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Vixen Optics Polarie Overview

Designed to fit their Polarie Quick Release Panorama Clamp, the Vixen Optics Polarie Quick Release Angle Plate provides an easy and stable way to attach your camera or smaller OTA onto the tracking system counterbalance rig. Using this clamp-plate combination brings the camera body closer to the center of gravity while adding much more strength and stability versus conventional ball heads.

The plate has a standard 1/4"-20 mount for cameras and other optics with a clearance of 0.4-3.5" (1-9cm) from the mount to the angle. Both parts of the plate, the long main side and shorter perpendicular piece, have a dovetail to enable the camera to be mounted vertically or horizontally as the situation or user's preference requires.

Vixen Optics Polarie Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.31 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.8 x 2 x 1.85"
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