Proaim Big Multi-Angle Levelling Wedge Plate (P-MWP-B) is the newest addition to Proaim’s camera mounting accessories. This adjustable camera mounting plate quickly and easily achieves levelled shots and eliminates the need for an additional camera head when shooting angled or vertical creative sliding moves. High-Grade Aluminium Constructed Levelling Wedge Plate is compact & lightweight and supports camera weight up to 20 kg / 44 lbs. This uniquely designed camera mounting gear is flawlessly adjustable from ‘0’ degree to ‘90’ degree which offers extreme versatility and creative freedom to shoot your vision and its ratchet locking mechanism securely holds the leveling plate at the desired angle. Bubble level provided in this tripod mounting plate ensures accurate balancing. The multiple threaded and non-threaded mounting points are available on both top and bottom of the Levelling plate. A must have gear in every cinematographer’s production kit.
"WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET"
- Fully CNC constructed for durability
- Enables multi mounting options
- Knobs for secure mounting of camera
- Bubble level for accurate balance
Offers greatest variety of shooting angles
Shoot in any orientation and get professional results
The supportive accessories are for Demonstration purpose.
- Product Weight : 880 gm / 1.94 lb
- Load Capacity : 20 kg / 44 lb
- Construction : High Grade Aluminium
- Camera mounting screw : 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16
- Tripod mounting thread : 1/4"-20 & 3/8"-16
- Proaim Big Multi-Angle Levelling Wedge Plate (P-MWP-B)
I have used this several times with an Arri Alexa EV setup that weighed about 35 lbs, and worked perfectly. For the price very sturdy and nice and portable.
The product is exactly what was expected and arrived in a timely manner.
Solid build and works really well. It is just as good as other more expensive versions. Used it with a fully loaded RED camera with a big cinema zoom lens and it handles it with no problems.
Love this thing! Small enough to travel but strong enough for pro cameras. Used it with a Sony Venice and a small prime lens. Saved the production a bunch of money.
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