Really Right Stuff L-Set Plate for Canon EOS 90D

BH #RE25116 • MFR #B90D-LS
Really Right Stuff L-Set Plate for Canon EOS 90D
Key Features
  • For Canon EOS 90D
  • Arca-Type Compatible Dovetail Mount
  • Modular Design, Base Plate & L-Component
  • Quick Release Function on Both Axes
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The L-Set Plate for Canon EOS 90D 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 when working on top of a tripod. The CNC-machined 6061-T6 aluminum L-plate set maintains access to the camera's side ports and no constraint to the articulating LCD screen. The L-plate set has been type II black anodized, which makes it resistant to scuffs and scratches, and the base plate has laser-engraved center marks on the back to align it on a tripod head.
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Really Right Stuff B90D-LS Overview

The L-Set Plate for Canon EOS 90D 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 when working on top of a tripod. The CNC-machined 6061-T6 aluminum L-plate set maintains access to the camera's side ports and no constraint to the articulating LCD screen. The L-plate set has been type II black anodized, which makes it resistant to scuffs and scratches, and the base plate has laser-engraved center marks on the back to align it on a tripod head.

UPC: 818413027459

Really Right Stuff B90D-LS Specs

Mounting Screw1 x 1/4"-20 Male
Quick Release Plate TypeArca-Type
Material of ConstructionAluminum
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.05 x 4.15 x 4.05"
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does this bracket interfere with the articulating ...

does this bracket interfere with the articulating screen?
Asked by: Robert
As others have noted, it does not interfere with flipping the screen open to 90 degrees from the camera and rotating it to any position, nor from flipping it back into the camera after rotating it to be either screen-out or screen-in (i.e. 0 or 180 degrees of rotation). If you take the screen past 90 degrees from the camera, you can no longer rotate it; if you want the screen open and facing either forward or aft at 180 degrees, you'll need the screen in the appropriate orientation when it's at 90 degrees and then swing it the rest of the way open (otherwise the bracket does get in the way). If you open it to, say, 120 degrees and then try to rotate, you'll only get a partial turn before the L-bracket gets in the way.
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2021-03-18
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