DSLR camera in portrait mode
A L-bracket let's me position the camera on my swing arm tripod in ways not possible without.
A L-bracket lets me use lighter as well as smaller supports with my camera.
In keeping with both the above, I can attach my camera to a lot of random objects. Sign posts, parking meters, railings, ...
If you are taking panoramas, the camera in the portrait position on the pano head provides a Vertical FOV for the finished photograph.
If you use a macro rail system, being able to mount the camera in landscape or in the portrait position can mean getting the exact framing you want.
All said, an L-bracket isn't less about speed for me, and more about getting more physical control over the camera.
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- Panasonic Lumix DMC-G857.2%
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