Letus35 LTCAGE-1D DSLR Cage for Canon 1D mkIV

Letus35 LTCAGE-1D DSLR Cage for Canon 1D mkIV

Letus35 LTCAGE-1D DSLR Cage for Canon 1D mkIV

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Product Highlights

  • Designed for Canon 1D mkIV
  • Compatible with Nikon D3S
  • Releasable Camera Plate
  • Sliding / Removable Top Bridge
  • Female Threaded for Support
  • Sturdy Aluminum Construction
  • Numerous Mounting Points
  • Ported for Battery Access
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The Letus LTCAGE-1D DSLR Cage for Canon 1D mkIV is a protective cage designed especially for the Canon 1D mkIV DSLR camera and can also be used with the Nikon D3S camera.

A releasable camera plate which can be attached from the bottom or the front of the LTCAGE-1D facilitates easy camera attachment and removal. The top bridge of the cage allows sliding forward and backward on standard 15mm rods, thereby offering flexibility to balance the cage and camera properly on a support system. In addition, the top bridge features quick release mechanism for instant assembling and disassembling. The top of the side risers are equipped with rods which are female threaded on both ends allowing you to add more support rods.

Enhanced durability is assured by the billet aluminum structure of the black anodized LTCAGE-1D Cage. In addition, the threaded mounting holes are lined with stainless steel helicoils to withstand wear and tear. Numerous mounting points on the LTCAGE-1D allow you to use the cage in multiple setups. A wide range of accessories such as preview monitors, microphones, sound recorders, lights and even other DSLR cages can be attached to the LTCAGE-1D cage. A port at bottom of the cage provides access to the battery chamber of a mounted Canon 1D mkIV camera.

Designed for Canon 1D mkIV DSLR camera but also can be used with the Nikon D3S
Releasable camera plate attaches from bottom or the front, allowing easy camera attachment and removal
Sliding top bridge offers flexibility to balance the cage and camera on a support system
Removable top bridge with quick release system
Female threaded rods allow attaching support system
Sturdy billet aluminum construction with black anodization
Stainless steel lined mounting holes for increased durability
Numerous mounting holes for various accessories
Ported for battery access to the mounted Canon 1D mkIV
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Letus35 LTCAGE-1D DSLR Cage for Canon 1D mkIV
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    • 1Description
    Material Cage: Billet aluminum
    Mounting Hole: Lined with stainless steel helicoils
    Finish Black anodized
    Mounting Hole 1/4-20
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.0 x 9.0 x 9.0"
    LTCAGE-1D DSLR Cage for Canon 1D mkIV is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from it's a beefy cage I got this cage to use with EOS 1DX camera, not the 1DIV. I checked out the specs and realized the camera would fit, except that the hot shoe mounting block needs to be milled down somewhat (since the 1DX is taller). This cage is rather beefy, so no complaints at all there. It's biggest issue is that it doesn't have a quick-release to remove the camera from the inside of the cage; you have to use an allen hex wrench to remove 2 bolts that go thru cage and thread into the supplied small base plate that mounts on camera. There are bolt holes in 2 locations: 2 bolt holes beneath the camera (through the bottom of cage), and 2 bolt holes (though edge of cage). These go into the small dovetailed base plate that mounts on bottom of camera. BUT, they have different thread sizes. The only 2 bolts supplied (smaller than 1/4 inch it seems) go thru the edge of cage into base plate (the other 2 threaded holes seem to be 1/4 inch size). I don't know why this would be different. (warning: if you try putting the the small bolts thru the bottom of cage into camera plate, they are too small and too long, and you'll end up scratching the camera's name plate!!). I'd recommend this only mainly to those who will keep the camera in the cage mostly, as removing it and putting it back in is not extremely quick. It can be done of course, but just requires fiddling with an allen wrench.
    Date published: 2013-09-19
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