Redrock Micro microSupport Baseplate (15mm Low Riser)

Redrock Micro microSupport Baseplate (15mm Low Riser)

Redrock Micro microSupport Baseplate (15mm Low Riser)

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Redrock Micro microSupport Baseplate (15mm Low Riser)

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  • For Camcorders, DSLRs
  • Supports M2 Lens Adapter
  • On-camera Accessory Platform
  • Uses 15mm Rods
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The Redrock Micro microSupport Baseplate (15mm Low Riser) is the foundation upon which your camera's rod/rail support system is based. Professional-grade and designed for use with industry-standard 15mm rods, the microSupport Baseplate provides rock-solid support for your camcorder or DSLR, M2 lens adapter, follow focus, and other accessories. Adjust your rig as needed, adding or subtracting accessories with ease, from front matte boxes to lens supports to rear-mounted power packs.

Note: Required 15mm rods come in different lengths and are sold separately.

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Redrock Micro microSupport Baseplate (15mm Low Riser)
  • Universal Camera Plate
  • Lifetime Warranty per Product Registration within 30 Days of Purchase
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    Redrock Micro microSupport Baseplate specs

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    Package Weight 1.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.11 x 5.197 x 2.913"

    Redrock Micro microSupport Baseplate reviews

    microSupport Baseplate (15mm Low Riser) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 17.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great - just know some things this is great - particularly if you like to use zip tie follow focus rings on smaller diameter lenses. just know these two things:1. it's heavy2. the quick release system is not the traditional manfrotto quick release plate (for the 701, 501, 504, etc heads). it's SLIGHTLY larger. I brought an additional adaptor for $ dollars so i could use the same quick release as all my tripod heads3. it's long - you don't get quite as much band per inch of rail as you would with a more compact system. for now my 12 rails will do the trick, but if i want to have more than a matte box and follow focus on the rails, the amount of room leftover is not significant.
    Date published: 2012-11-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent baseplate Excellent product by RedRock Micro, i think they are one of the best companies in terms of price/quality out there, one of the best choices for people who don't want or can't pay Zacuto or Arri prices but also need high quality equipment. This baseplate fits on standard 15mm rods and the built quality is excellent, very sturdy and heavy duty. It allows the camera to be adjusted horizontally on the plate from side to side. You can also adjust the camera's position from front to back by sliding the long quick release plate to the position that fits your needs.The quick release system works perfectly and is very smooth. The bottom of the unit features one 1/4-20 threaded hole and two 3/8-16 to connect to a tripod. It also comes with all the bolts that appear in the picture (two 1/4-20 screws and two 3/8-16 screws). The spare ones that you won't use can be stored in two threaded holes on the side of the plate. The large size of the baseplate gives your camera/rig a great base to build from with awesome built quality, an overall well designed system for a price that can't be beaten in my opinion.
    Date published: 2011-03-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sliding Baseplate I bought this baseplate to use it with the Sony FS100 and the microMatteBox. My first surprise was to know I didn't need the high riser (you will if you use a different matte box that doesn't adjust vertically.) The second, to check how solid (and heavy) is this piece. The baseplate (by Manfrotto, BTW) where the camera is attached can be adjusted forward or backwards at your convenience, a crucial feature in case, like me, you have a collection of SLR prime lenses with different lengths and you plan to switch them while shooting. This sliding baseplate will keep you from adjusting the matte box or the rods every time you change the lens most of the times (unless the difference between the lenses is more than 3.5 inches.)
    Date published: 2012-04-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything that I expected... But bigger Well constructed; EXACTLY what I wanted for my HVX200 and AF100. A little expensive for the budget conscience, but you get what you pay for. Only con is that I expected it to take up less rail real estate, but I'll gladly live with that for the security of a tough mount that isn't likely to fail.
    Date published: 2011-04-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great quality I needed a 15mm rod support system when using the Century Xtreme fisheye on my Panasonic HMC150. I tried another brand originally that didn't fit properly and didn't seem that strong. I then went to the Redrock Micro Baseplate. Immediately it was obvious this was the best option - sturdy, easy to use and looks great. I needed a shim kit as well to adjust the height. It may be a tad heavier than other supports, but it's definitely much stronger. The quick release is very handy too.
    Date published: 2012-08-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from SOLID Build your rig from this baseplate and up. You can't go wrong with Redrock Micro quality.
    Date published: 2012-11-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Baseplate Solution I use this product with the Sony FS100 with Metabones, Canon glass, and a Redrock Deluxe Shoulder Rig. I like the setup as it feels really solid and there is no slippage to the rail mounts on the baseplate.I will say that it is a bit heavy and overbuilt and could stand to be a bit smaller. Because of it's size it takes up a lot of real estate on the rails making lens support and follow focus a bit cramped.
    Date published: 2013-01-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Industry standard at this point If you're using a DSLR, the one thing this won't do is disappoint. It's light and always delivers, and won't have you needing to buy the extra tripod mount platform for your system (which is way too expensive for just mounting it to a tripod) Sure it's a bit expensive, but it more than gets the job done and saves you that extra cash that you'd otherwise be spending on the baseplate attachment.
    Date published: 2013-12-02
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