Neewer Aluminium 50mm Quick Release Plate QR Clamp 3/8-inch with 1/4-inch Adapter and Built-in Bubble Level for Benro Acratech Kirk Wimberley Gitzo Manfrotto RRS Arca Swiss and Other Arca-Style Quick Release Plate
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- 50mm(1.97") in length (accepts plates of any length securely)
- Adapter jaws will accept plates from 38-42mm wide
- Arca Swiss Fitting (allowing for newer style plates with security screws)
- Include built in Bubble level
- Made from durable anodised aluminium
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|Item Dimensions||0.98 x 3.15 x 1.97 inches|
|Item Weight||0.3 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.3 pounds|
50mm(1.97") in length (accepts plates of any length securely)
Adapter jaws will accept plates from 38-42mm wide
Arca Swiss Fitting (allowing for newer style plates with security screws)
Built in Bubble level
Made from durable anodised aluminium
3/8"-16 thread with metal 1/4"-20 Adapter
Weight: 3.28 oz/ 93 g
1x Quick Release Clamp
Top Customer Reviews
This wonderful little quick release mount has let me resuscitate the abovementioned giant pan head so that it now accepts Arca Swiss style rapid release mounting plates. Which in my case is a *huge* bonus because it lets me use a super-long rapid release Arca Swiss plate (a Desmond 5.5-Inch Arca Swiss) that allows me to slide my long lens camera to the best balance point, which greatly reduces slippage when framing a shot
NOTE: When I opened the package, I was at first baffled. All I could see was a 1/4" screw with a very short protrusion and an unusual looking socket, that turned out to be a star type socket. When I removed the screw, I found the plate has a 3/8" hole with a 1/4" adapter. Which allowed me to firmly attach the Neweer to the Star pan head, as shown in the attached photo, using a standard 1/4" screw. (The star shaped screwdriver bit I used came with a package of Deckmate screws).
*I've seen some reviews about the spring popping out which i can only say, I have no idea why they are opening the mount all the way for that even to happen. The mount only needs to be opened enough to get your plate in, a few turns of the knob. SLIDE the plate in, you don't open it so much so that you can drop the plate in from the top, that is not how you use the QR plate and they are actually taking more time and effort for something that is specifically designed to SAVE time and effort. It's real simple. Open the mount enough to slide the plate in, lock the knob. If you are opening the mount all the way then you are using this wrong, or using the wrong QR plate- it needs to be 'Arca Swiss style'.
Update: It can be fixed with thread-locker in the body. Just don't get the position of the screw wrong. I also put a shallow 4mm diameter counter-bore in the jaw for the springs.
I wish I could get the lever-action plates instead of the screw style like this, but the grip is firm and it's easy to use. Use it frequently.
I also rigged one to an O'Connor Model 50 fluid head!
Over all I like this plate and if it had a safety lock pin I would have given it a 5 star rating.