PLCBGR10 Arca-Swiss L-Bracket for Canon R5 and R6 with BG-R10 Battery Grip
Elevate your photography with the PLCBGR10 L-Bracket. It works with the Canon EOS R5, R6, R5 Mark II, and R6 Mark II with the BG-R10 vertical battery grip.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you own the drop in flilter EF to RF adapter like I do then you have to decide which is more importnt to access, the drop in filter or the ports and jacks on the side of the camera. You can't do both at the same time when the bracket is attached to the camera. I adjusted the vertical piece so I had easy access to the drop in fliters. Currently I use those more. A small hindrance until I obtain some native RF lenses. Otherwise it seems and feels like a well made, fully adjustable, quality product. I am happy I bought it. It doesn't deserve a 5 star review though until I update my lenses.
Built extremely well. Designed perfectly for the Canon R5 with battery grip. Accessibility to ports on the camera and battery door on the grip convenient and well designed. Arca Swiss compatible makes it a must have accessory that can stay attached to the camera without hindering access and use. Well priced as well.
The PLCBGR10 is a great product. Its design includes a cold shoe for your flash and doesn’t impede the camera’s articulating screen. Its ability to separate the handle from the base is fantastic. Combined with the cost saving, as compared to a well known brand, it’s a an incredible find. Highly recommend!
What to say? 50 bucks or so cheaper. You can actually use the full screen articulation. Has a cold shoe. Doesn't block side ports. Build like a brick. Case closed,
The PLCBGR10 is an excellent product. Precision in every aspect. This grip is a must if you rely on the articulating screen. Its unconventional design allows you to use the articulating screen in any direction fully. The traditional grips restrict the movement of the screen.
The design does make it bigger, and the initial feeling is that it's big, but after just one day of using it and I got used to it, I even found the vertical side of the grip to be convenient for holding up the camera.