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Really Right Stuff L-Plate Set for Nikon Z 7, Z 6, Z 5, Z 6II, and Z 7II

BH #REBZ7LSET • MFR #BZ7 L-SET
Really Right Stuff L-Plate Set for Nikon Z 7, Z 6, Z 5, Z 6II, and Z 7II
Key Features
  • Arca-Type Compatible Dovetail Mounts
  • Modular Design, Base Plate & L-Component
  • Quick Release Function on each Axis
  • Maintains Ports and Battery Door Access
The L-Plate Set for Nikon Z 7, Z 6, Z 5, Z 6II, and Z 7II from Really Right Stuff is a modular design composed of an Arca-type compatible base plate and L-component that facilitate easier, more stable switching between horizontal and vertical shooting orientations. Laser-engraved center marks on the back of the plate help to keep the camera centered when working atop a tripod.
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Will this work with the Z 7ii with the new ...

Will this work with the Z 7ii with the new battery grip?
Asked by: Ryan
No. This plate does not work with the old battery grip or the new one.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2020-10-17

Is this the base plate that covers the entire ...

Is this the base plate that covers the entire bottom including a small area around the battery bay?
Asked by: Stephen
Yes, the cutout in the bracket allows for access to the battery.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-19

Is this the base plate design that covers the ...

Is this the base plate design that covers the entire bottom including small flange around the battery bay?
Asked by: Stephen
Yes.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-19

Is the vertical part removable?

Is the vertical part removable?
Asked by: John
Yes, you can remove the L-plate and just use the base plate on the Z6/Z7 series.
Answered by: Preston
Date published: 2021-06-21

Is this bracket compatible with a Foolography ...

Is this bracket compatible with a Foolography Unleashed N2 on a Z6/Z7?
Asked by: Brett
The vertical part of this plate can be adjusted away from the body. On my Z6/Z7 there can be about 1 1/4 inch gap at the most between the vertical arm and the camera body. In addition, there is almost 1/4 of an inch from the bottom of the camera on the ports side to the horizontal arm. A nice feature of this L-Plate is that is adjustable for the side ports and it does have a hex key on the bracket held in place by magnets. This allows for quick adjustment for any add-ons or cables that might not fit within the vertical loop. One drawback is that it is a little hard to reach the port covers when the vertical plate is completely against the camera. With that said, it is designed and works great. Really Right Stuff is Really Right Stuff.
Answered by: Craig
Date published: 2019-12-06

Will this work with the new Z 6II?

Will this work with the new Z 6II?
Asked by: Brett
Yes, it will work with the Z6II.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-11-09

When mounted in vertical mode, is there a ...

When mounted in vertical mode, is there a deduction in rigidity ?
Asked by: Michael
No; the design of L-brackets such as the Really Right Stuff L-Plate Set for Nikon Z 7, Z 6, Z 5, Z 6II, and Z 7II are designed to offer stability and for the tripod head to properly lock onto the L-bracket securely with no reduction in performance, regardless if the camera is positioned in the horizontal or vertical orientation.
Answered by: Manzell L
Date published: 2022-04-10

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
It must be an RRS design choice. The plate will slip out of my RRS BH55 QR clamp if you are careless. That lever release has 2 steps. When the lever is at the half open position the clamp will allow the plate to slip. However, it still has a friction hold on the plate allowing you to know it is loose before it goes flying. Fully open and the plate comes straight out of the clamp. My Acratech QR clamp has a spring loaded pin that pops up into the cut-outs in the bottom of the plate and does function as a safety stop. However, that QR clamp has no "half open" setting. In all cases, be sure to have you hand on the camera when you open the lever.
Answered by: Roger
Date published: 2021-01-09
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