Inexpensive 90-degree plate by ShoppingItForLess thru eBay

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Jeffrey Behr
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Inexpensive 90-degree plate by ShoppingItForLess thru eBay

For $21, I simply couldn't resist it even tho I have a perfectly fine ProMediaGear PXB3 plate with PLX3 and PLX4 90-degree arms.

Anchors tightly and locates with 2 small pins into the bottom of the body.. The 90-degree arm is removeable, but neither the hex wrench nor the screw is captive, which means that one of these trips, I'll lose both. ;-(


1. I LOVE the dark-red color; if you do not, order the black one.

2. It's very light at 86 grams or 3.0 ounces.

3. It adds 8mm or 5/16" to the height of the handgrip, JUST right for me.

4. Has a boss at the top of the 90-degree arm which can stop against the camera-strap loop (NOT the body of the camera); this will limit flexing of the bracket and arm if the camera with heavy lens is attached via this arm.


1. It's very light which means that, ultimately, it's not as strong as, say, a bracket from Kirk or RRS.

2. The 90-degree arm, when attached, limits 'flipout' of the rear screen to about 170 degrees.

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