The L-Plate for FUJIFILM GFX 50R from Really Right Stuff is an Arca-type compatible fixed L-plate that facilitates 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 while mounted to the plate. The L-Plate maintains complete access to the battery door and the camera's ports, all without obstruction of the camera's LCD monitor. The L-plate attaches to the camera via its 1/4"-20 threaded mount, and the CNC-machined aluminum L-plate has a durable Type II black anodized finish. An integrated QD socket is located on the bottom of the plate for a quick-detach strap system along with a 1/4"-20 threaded socket for accessories.
- Arca-Type Compatible Dovetail Mounts
- Fixed L-Plate with 1/4"-20 Mount
- Quick Release Function on Each Axis
- Maintains Ports and Battery Door Access
Really Right Stuff BGFX50R-L Overview
Really Right Stuff BGFX50R-L Specs
|Mounting Screw||1 x 1/4"-20 Male|
|Accessory Mounting Thread||1 x 1/4"-20 Female|
|Quick Release Plate Type||Arca-Type|
|Material of Construction||Aluminum|
|Length||5.2" / 132.08 mm|
|Width||2.3" / 58.42 mm|
|Height||3.3" / 83.82 mm|
|Weight||3.6 oz / 102 g|
|Package Weight||0.45 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.65 x 4 x 2.55"|
Really Right Stuff BGFX50R-L Reviews
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These L-Plates are expensive but so worth it. They always fit well. I tried another brand once and found that it was bulkier and actually heavier when compared to RRS. I prefer this style plate for tripod use.
This bracket fits and performs perfectly. I held off on purchasing this for much longer than I should have thinking it would not make a big difference in my workflow or quality. I was wrong; I should have made the decision to purchase this sooner. By using this bracket on a tripod the weight of your camera and lens is kept centered over the tripod and is much more stable. Using this allows for quick changes from landscape to portrait format. It allows me to travel with less gear on long hikes because i can confidently use a standard lens in portrait format with three panoramic shots and easily stitch them in post-production to get maximum data for large prints.
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