ALZO Upright Camera Ceiling Mount (Without Fastener)

BH #AL1095 • MFR #1095
ALZO
ALZO Upright Camera Ceiling Mount (Without Fastener)
Key Features
  • For DSLR Cameras & Small Camcorders
  • Includes Mini-Ball Camera Mount
  • Requires Accessory Mounting Plate
The Upright Camera Ceiling Mount from ALZO is designed for mounting a DSLR camera or small camcorder onto a framed wood or drywall ceiling. This camera mounting bracket requires an accessory mounting plate. Additional accessories may be required for high ceilings and vaulted sloped ceilings. Screws for mounting are also available separately.
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$29.90
Fastener
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Yes
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ALZO 1095 Overview

The Upright Camera Ceiling Mount from ALZO is designed for mounting a DSLR camera or small camcorder onto a framed wood or drywall ceiling. This camera mounting bracket requires an accessory mounting plate. Additional accessories may be required for high ceilings and vaulted sloped ceilings. Screws for mounting are also available separately.

Includes mini-ball camera mount for camera angle adjustment
Slotted holes in top and bottom of bracket allow for balance adjustment
Requires accessory ceiling mounting hardware that supports up to 6 lb (available separately)
UPC: 713869843427

ALZO 1095 Specs

ConstructionAluminum
Dimensions3.8 x 7.9 x 5.9" / 9.5 x 20.1 x 15.0 cm
Supported Camera DimensionsHeight Clearance: 5.5" / 14 cm
Weight13.4 oz / 380 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.845 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.9 x 3.1 x 2"
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Will a Canon 5d fit on this mount?

Will a Canon 5d fit on this mount?
Asked by: Allison
I would advise against it. The ALZO bracket's height clearance is 5.5" and the 5D Mk IV is 5.9" tall (your generation of 5D might be different). Potentially, it might be a problem getting any larger DSLR to fit upright, but could work at a different angle. Aside from that, however, is that the bracket and the ballhead provided might not be able to fully support the weight of the 5D.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2020-09-21
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