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Tiltaing 15mm LWS Baseplate Type VI
Tiltaing 15mm LWS Baseplate Type VI
Tiltaing 15mm LWS Baseplate Type VI
Tiltaing 15mm LWS Baseplate Type VI
Tiltaing 15mm LWS Baseplate Type VI
Tiltaing 15mm LWS Baseplate Type VI

Tiltaing 15mm LWS Baseplate Type VI

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Description

  • [15MM ROD SUPPORT] Secure 15mm Rods to your System for Various Accessories
  • [DOVETAIL SUPPORT] Slides and Locks onto Tilta Standard Dovetails
  • [M2 SSD SUPPORT] via Reserved Slot for Mounting our New M2 SSD Case
  • [CUSTOM DESIGNED] for our BMPCC 6K Pro Camera Cage
  • [UNIVERSAL] Supports Quick Release Plates that Connect via 1/4"-20 or 3/8"-16 Threads

This 15mm LWS Baseplate adds 15mm rod support and allows you to mount rod based accessories such as matte boxes and follow focus systems.

The Dual Rosettes allow you to easily mount ARRI Rosette based accessories like our Type II/V Side Handles or our Rosette Extender Arms for more comfortable shoulder mounted operating.

This baseplate includes a reserved space for securing the new Tilta M2 SSD Case, which makes recording to an external SSD simple and secure.

The bottom of the baseplate natively connects to our Tilta Standard Dovetails or ARRI Standard Dovetails via our Tilta Standard to Arri Standard Multi-Functional Baseplate.

This baseplate can also mount to third party quick release plates via 1/4″-20 and 3/8″-16 threads.

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Dimensions: 6 x 4.5 x 3 inches

Weight: 0.65 lbs

Materials: Aluminum alloy, stainless steel

Color: Black, Tactical Gray

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Junyeong Kim (Toronto, CA)

Tiltaing 15mm LWS Baseplate Type VI

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Amir Danial Amir Hamzah (West Haven, US)
Been waiting for this for awhile!

I love this its very clean and does the job, the only reason I gave it four stars is because when it locks in to center with the rails there is a little bit of wiggle before you lock it down with the tension knob and I dont know if I should have it sit more left or more to the right. The shape of the 6k pro's body makes it so weird and the center weight isn't center with the rods.

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