1.It is a universal adjustable baseplate compatible with mirrorless camera and DSLR.
2.It comes with a baseplate and a QR plate of Arca-swiss standards, locked via a locking lever for quick release and attachment of camera.
3.It could be adjusted in height via a wingnut, and thus it enables 85mm rod height. The height from QR plate to rod center ranges from 33.6mm to 57.6mm.
3. It is equipped with 1/4’’-20 and 3/8’’-16 threaded holes to attach QR plates and then tripod.
It locks the QR plate via a locking lever for quick release and attachment. The Arca QR plate on the top could be mounted with the camera, and it features convenient detachment and it is very easy to switch to handheld shooting. It could attach 15mm Rod 1053 for follow focus, matte box and Long Lens Support with Dual 15mm Rod Clamp 1087 based on your needs.
Its adjustable height could reach up to 24mm in maximum via a wingnut, thus it ensures 85mm rod height. The height from QR plate to rod center ranges from 33.6mm to 57.6mm. Wingnut at the side enables enough space for adjustment manually.
It is equipped with 1/4’’-20 and 3/8’’-16 threaded holes at the bottom for DIY operation. Therefore, it could attach Quick Dovetail (Manfrotto) 1280/1767/1647 and then sit on Manfrotto tripod.
1x Universal 15mm Rail Support System Baseplate
Product Dimensions: 108x72x57 mm
Net Weight: 415g
Package Size: 116x112x95 mm
Material(s): Aluminum Alloy
Ahahaha, when I mount my DSLR on the top, I find it fit very well. The 15mm rod clamps could be mounted with 15mm rods, so that it could be attached with lens support to support the lens. Its height is adjustable via a wingnut. Very creative!
The SmallRig 2092 baseplate is an outstanding piece of craftsmanship. The height adjustment fits so precise; and when the rod clamps are tightened, the carbon fiber rods are perfectly parallel. It’s a fantastic idea to make the top clamp 90° turnable.
Universal 15mm Rail Support System Baseplate 2092
A little tricky to remove the camera shoe if the cam lock is not properly tweaked. We use these in our aerial operations where every ounce costs us airtime. This thing is a tank! It needs to go on a weight reduction program! As with all the Small Rig gear we own it does an excellent job.
material size to make it lighter
To be honest, when I see the product in Co-design programme, I think, well, it looks a little bit heavy. Because it is mainly used in run-and-gun, it could be better to be lighter in weight. Thus when it is shooting outside, it would be more convenient for the cameraman. I talk to the designer and they all think that is a brilliant idea and they change the material size to make it lighter.