Manfrotto RC4 L Bracket

BH #MARC4LB • MFR #MS050M4-RC4
Manfrotto RC4 L Bracket
Key Features
  • Horizontal / Vertical Position Change
  • Lightweight Magnesium Alloy Construction
  • Built-In 410PL Type Quick Release Plates
Manfrotto's RC4 L Bracket provides a quick, easy, and precise way to change your camera position from a horizontal to vertical orientation. The lightweight magnesium alloy bracket features anti-rotational systems that provide a snug fit on the camera body, to guarantee stability even with heavy-duty professional equipment. The bracket keeps the weight centered over the tripod, avoiding lens movement when changing position. Two 410PL type quick release plates are built into the bracket for use with RC4 quick releases. The large area of contact with the camera provides a quick and stable lock for heavy equipment.
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Manfrotto RC4 Overview

Manfrotto's RC4 L Bracket provides a quick, easy, and precise way to change your camera position from a horizontal to vertical orientation. The lightweight magnesium alloy bracket features anti-rotational systems that provide a snug fit on the camera body, to guarantee stability even with heavy-duty professional equipment. The bracket keeps the weight centered over the tripod, avoiding lens movement when changing position. Two 410PL type quick release plates are built into the bracket for use with RC4 quick releases. The large area of contact with the camera provides a quick and stable lock for heavy equipment.

Bracket for easily changing camera from horizontal to vertical position
Lightweight magnesium alloy construction
UPC: 719821338567

Manfrotto RC4 Specs

Load Capacity33.1 lb / 15.0 kg
Material of ConstructionMagnesium
Length5.91" / 150.00 mm
Width2.56" / 65.00 mm
Height5.91" / 150.00 mm
Weight14.1 oz / 399 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.38 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.95 x 5.05 x 4.2"
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Will this work with an Olympus EM 10 II?
Asked by: Susan G.
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I have a Manfrotto 405 head. Will this RC4L bracket work with my Hasselblad H1 camera, keeping it from twisting when attaching vertically to the head? thank you!
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I don't know the weight of the H1 but I use the RC4L with a Nikon D700 with a battery grip and a very heavy old zeiss lens a lot (lens is a full pound). I found that I need to shim the camera a bit to keep it level when in the Vertical position but the shim is consistent (a coupe of layers of tape actually), There is the small pad that has a variable throw that can help as well depending on the body shape where it meets the pad. I have a 405 head but have not tried it with the L bracket. I do extend the L bracket out to some extremes as I use it on a rail as part of a nodal point rig on a pano head and it seems to do fine.
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Hi!I have Manfrotto 454 sliding rail, could I use this bracket to get rid of the nodal point? I mean will this L-bracket allow to move the camera enough to get the lens aligned with the rail. I use Canon 6D and Canon EF 16-35mm.Thx.
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Sorry I donot use a rail, so I can't accuratly answer your question.Bob
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