PLX3T Universal L-Bracket L-Plate for Cameras with Articulating LCD screens

$129.95
SKU: PLX3T-SS2
L-Bracket Plate for Canon EOS-RL-Bracket Plate for Canon EOS-R

Universal L-Bracket L-Plate for Cameras with Articulating Screen DSLR & Mirrorless

Compatible with Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Fuji, Pentax, Hasselblad, for camera bodies.

Please be sure to choose either SS2 or QD strap port, as future plates will be released with QD strap port to standardize Strap Connectivity.

L-Brackets or L-Plates allow for fast changes between portrait and landscape orientations, without the need of tripod head readjustment and re-composition. You simply release the bracket from your tripod head, flip it 90 degrees, mounting it back into the tripod head. Compatible with Arca-Swiss type standards from all major manufacturers.

Benefits or mounting on vertical side facilitate a more stable platform than using ball head alone to tilt 90 degrees, as the camera mounts directly over center of tripod apex.

This L-Bracket has been machined from solid Aluminum T6061 block and black anodized for scratch resistant finish. The main feature of this L-Bracket is its two piece design; the vertical piece of the L-Bracket can be extended or removed, this allows for the use of just the base plate if desired. Furthermore, it's offset to allow for easy camera cable connections, and full articulation of LCD screen is permitted.

Features:
  • Offset Design to allow full articulation of Camera LCD without blocking ports
  • Built-in Cold shoe on Top of Bracket for Speed-lights, Mics etc.
  • Slide out vertical Piece allows for easy port access
  • Efficiently swap between portrait and landscape orientations
  • Captive 1/4-20 Camera Mounting screw with Integrated Magnetic Allen Wrench Storage
  • Two safety stops in vertical and horizontal surface
  • Compatible with Arca-Swiss style tripods, mono-pods etc.
  • Easy battery access
  • Centering Lines for Easy Panorama shooting
  • Machined aircraft aluminum construction using CNC precision machine
  • Additional 1/4-20" on Top, Side and Bottom for attaching straps etc.
  • Integrated SS2 or QD port for Shoulder Straps
  • Side Ports compatible with Cable Port Protectors (sold separately)
  • MADE IN USA

What's Included:

  • L-Bracket
  • Removable strap loop
  • Allen wrench 5/32 inch, for camera mounting, and other for stop screws.

Customer Reviews

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Rick
Surprised

I have a 6D Mark II camera. As far as I can find, this is literally the only bracket that works best with Canon cameras that have the articulating screen. I do a lot of real estate shoots and I'm constantly backed up against a wall. So I heavily use the screen in the out and rotated up position. This puts the screen up against the vertical arm of every other L-bracket out there. I'm scratching my head why I can't find another reputable brand that moves the vertical bracket foreword like PMG did on this one. But that doesn't matter, PMG bracket is superb. I was surprised how solid it actually is. Extremely ridged while in the vertical position. I've finally dropped the ball head for Arca-Swiss Core 75 Leveler and when combined with this PMG L-bracket, I can get vertical shots with the camera right up against walls and door frames. I love it!

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Aeon
boss

Great quality product. Does exactly what I needed it to do.

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Jivko Nakev
Mr

I am very happy with this item. Perfectly fir to my Olympus OM-D E-M1 mark III. This vertical offset plate works great. Impressive quality and functionality.

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Naturephotog
Well made, but not quite universal

I bought this to use with both a Canon PowerShot G3X and an EOS R5 that I'll buy next year. The bracket's very well designed and made and works almost flawlessly. The only drawback I find is that on the G3X, the bottom plate partially obscures the battery port, so changing batteries necessitates removing the bracket. I'm sure it's fine for larger cameras, but beware of possible limitations on small cameras.

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Phillip
a suggestion...

I have not purchased it ..yet, but likely I will soon. However, I would like to suggest that instead of mechanism allowing the main plate to extend, it would like to see the L part slide in and out is similar fashion. - that offset towards the front makes the camera too bulky imo, and places the center of gravity too far ahead. Then it's not like I need the screen to be swiveling all the time. Just an idea :) Look great, and it's a fresh concept