Hey Brian, I know in your email to me that you said the quick release can't get pulled like it can on Arri and ET base plates, but I am wondering what's keeping, what looks like just a screw knob, from getting knocked or vibrating loose?
Sweet.. JEEP Looks...
Any Info on reasonable Price?
Looks pretty good.
What is the weight of AP bridge plate?
Why are all new baseplates with two locking mechanisms per 19mm Rod, one in front and one in the back. I really love the old ET BP Design, with just one lock per Rod, its so much faster to adjust, and i donīt need that long Rods, and itīs also better to fit it with an Arri Shoulder Mount like the S4. The new designs are colliding with the S4 shoulder pad and you canīt get a good balance on the shoulder.
The bridge plate interfaces with many Arri-style dovetails. The dovetail brake is controlled with a fingerscrew. This makes accidental release - that can happen with single lever bridge plates - impossible.
- For 19mm Rods
- 15mm Arriflex Studio adapters available (100mm spacing)
- 19 and 15mm Rods can be mixed
- Secure lockdown (no accidental releasing like baseplates with single lever)
- 7075 Aircraft Aluminum!
- Very light!!: 365g (0.8 lbs)
- Can be used with basically any camera (REDone, Epic ready, DSLR ...)
The introduction price is $ 498.-. The final price will be around $ 550.-
On stock now.
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