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Stroboframe Pro-DCRS Camera Rotator Bracket

BH #STPDCRS • MFR #310-755
Stroboframe Pro-DCRS Camera Rotator Bracket
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Stroboframe Pro-DCRS Overview

The Stroboframe Pro-DCRS Camera Rotator Bracket allows the photographer to rotate the camera vertically and horizontally quickly and easily in studio settings. It is sturdy enough to support the largest of DSLR cameras, and is ideal for use in studio settings where the camera stays connected to the tripod most of the time. The Pro-DCRS mounts directly to any tripod or head with a standard 1/4"-20 screw, or can be used with Stroboframe's QRC quick-release system for a quick release solution.

Delrin 2 Point "SureLock" (patent pending) rotating system
Smooth and virtually silent mechanism
Compatible with all Stroboframe AT plates
Constructed of T6061 and T7075 aircraft aluminum
UPC: 049383207002

Stroboframe Pro-DCRS Specs

Height7.0" / 18.00 mm
Weight14.5 oz / 410 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13 x 9.5 x 4.2"

Stroboframe Pro-DCRS Reviews

Great Idea, but needs revising...

By NikonD3_D300ProSportsShooter
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2008-07-04

I bought this to use in studio-on-location set ups. The smaller size than most would have been great except that it rocks back and forth. The Delrin (high density plastic) bearing material isn't machined close enough and allows the arced bracket to move. You have to aim high and let the camera's weight to drop down where you want your focal point to be. Frictionless ball bearings would probably been the better choice for movement. I'm going to send this back and look for something better. One star, just for the A for effort. BTW, I love the Stroboframe Pro-T Flash Bracket that I've been using for a while. I just wish that the Rotator had worked as well.

It's just what I've been needing

By Clifford
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2008-05-05

I use a Pro T Bracket with a Quantum flash and all components are attached using Stroboframe's quick release kits. To prevent the Pro T flash arm from flapping uncontrollably, I fixed it in the horizontal position and mounted the Pro-DCRS to enable me to rotate the camera and lens on the same axis. With the exception of adding addional weight, problem solved. The price is steep for what it is and it's construction. I've compared it to Just Rite brackets and Custom brackets. The construction seems a little flemsy but that may be keep the rotating mechanism rolling smoothly. Time will tell. The most decisive element was that it was compatible to what I already had.

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