Benefits of SmallRig Camera Cage and L-Bracket For Nikon Z 9
If you are looking for the best DSLR camera cage for your Nikon Z 9, nothing can surpass SmallRig L-Bracket 3714 and Camera Cage for Nikon Z 9 3195. The SmallRig camera cage is designed to untie the knot on the brows of the vloggers and photographers.
SMALLRIG L-BRACKET FOR NIKON Z 9 3714
The second point is to not block the ports, buttons, card slots, battery door and 4-axis tilted LCD screen
One highlight is the built-in mounting ports, such as 1/4"-20, 3/8"-16 threaded holes, wrist strap holes, satisfy multi-scene shooting.
SMALLRIG CAMERA CAGE FOR NIKON Z 9 3195
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The Camera Cage 3195 features comfortable shooting either horizontally or vertically, and has an integrated ARCA Swiss quick release plate at the bottom for quick conversion between tripod and handheld when shooting.
This cage is compatible with the SmallRig ecosystem and can be connected to a variety of accessories, making the possibilities endless.
In summary, the advantages of using a SmallRig camera cage are shown below:
- The Arca-compatible base and side plates offer a quick and accurate transition between horizontal and vertical camera positions with secure locks at the bottom. It also comes with 1/4" screw and anti-twist screws.
- It has an extendable (up to 20mm) side plate, allowing more cable space during vertical shooting.
- The camera cage has Built-in ports.
- The cage does not block the ports, buttons, battery door, and tilting LCD screen.
- It allows battery replacing support without removing the camera cage.
SmallRig is helping its customers worldwide to record the most beautiful moments of their lives. This encourages them to bring innovative solutions to the market that gives them a competitive edge over others. Whether you are in need of a camera or its related accessories, SmallRig is the right place for not only startups and large business owners but also casual photographers. If you want to progress with the assistant of a follow focus, please check SmallRig’s website for more information.