SMALLRIG VLOGGING MOUNTING PLATE FOR NIKON Z50 CAMERA LCN2525

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SKU :
SR-LCN2525

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SmallRig Vlogging Mounting Plate for Nikon Z50 Camera LCN2525 is designed to provide accessory mounts for Nikon Z50 camera which is especially helpful when you are shooting from the front of the camera for vlogging or selfies. The plate secures to the bottom of the camera via a 1/4”-20 screw and features anti-twist flanges to keep the camera from twisting. Featuring multiple 1/4”-20 accessory holes on the side and bottom allows you to mount a tripod for horizontal and vertical shooting with no obstruct the tilting screen. The side plate integrates with a cold shoe mount for a microphone or light. Besides, the bottom comes with a flat-head screwdriver for quick installation.

Key Features:
1. Designed for Nikon Z50 Camera.
2. 1/4"-20 Accessory Threads on the Side and Bottom.
3. Integrated Cold Shoe Mount for Mic or Light.
4. Built-in Flat-Head Screw Driver.
5. Maintains Access to the Tilting Screen.
6. Rubber Pad to Protect Camera.


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Material Aluminum Alloy
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Jay Pardhy Verified Purchase

24-Mar-2022

Sturdy construction, gives plenty of options for mounting my Z50. Unfortunately, I suspect there might be an issue with the 1/4" grooves as my quick-release mount plate becomes loose after a few minutes. Can be potentially dangerous. It is too soon for me to tell if it is screw on the mount plate, or the Smallrig grooves - the camera is rock steady on my tripod with the mount-plate installed on it directly, but time will tell for certain. At least at home I'm able to mount the cam with the Z50's screen sticking out fully in portrait mode - something that isn't possible on a tripod without this nifty little device. Also the battery-door is blocked despite a little space given, which is nothing more than false hope of any access to that camera battery. If possible I will leave an update here after a few months of use.

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