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Nucleus-Nano 15mm Single Rod Mounting Baseplate for 95mm Lens
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Nucleus-Nano 15mm Single Rod Mounting Baseplate for 95mm Lens

$35.00

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UPC 709016727252


Description

  • [15MM ROD SUPPORT] Easily Mount Rod Based Accessories Such as Wireless Follow Focus Motors
  • [LIGHTWEIGHT] Rod Support Makes this Perfect for Gimbals
  • [CUSTOM DESIGNED] for Lenses with Front Diameters of 95mm or Less
  • [COMPATIBLE] with any Camera or Cage that Features a 1/4"-20 Thread
  • [DURABLE] High Performance Aluminum Alloy & Stainless Steel Construction

This Nucleus-Nano baseplate attaches to the base of your camera and provides a 15mm rod attachment so that you can attach the Nano Motor to your setup with a small 15mm rod.

The spacing of the rod attachment is designed to allow you to comfortably rest the motor against the focus gear of lenses that have up to a 95mm front diameter.

1/4″-20 threads on the bottom of this plate allow you to easily attach it to a quick release plate or tripod.

This also makes the 15mm Single Rod Mounting Baseplate the perfect lightweight solution for adding a 15mm rod to your gimbal setup.

  1. (1) Nucleus-Nano 15mm Rod Mounting Frame Baseplate
  2. (1) 15mm rod attachment for 95mm front diameter lens
  3. (4) Small hex tightening screws

Weight: 0.112

Dimensions:

  • Length: 4.6cm
  • Width: 6.19cm
  • Depth: 0.79cm

Color: Black

Materials: Aluminum-alloy, stainless steel

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Francisco Ortiz (Seville, ES)
A bad choice for compatibility

If you are interested in a highly compatible element to make you rig great and versatile, forget about this rod mounting plate. The thread locations below make it almost impossible to install to any known quick release plate without compromising its stability and security of you entire setup. All the threads are located at either side of the rod mounting plate, six in total, plus two more threads on top and bottomm looking from above.
I have over a dozen of different plates, manfrotto, arca, arca swiss and so on, and not a single one I was able to fit without leaving it dangerously and precariously secured with half the plate out of the base.
It's a pity so much thought is put into the nucleus nano to find such a low compatible accesory come with it.

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