- Arca-Swiss Compatible Double Dovetail
- SS2 or QD Quick Release Strap Port
- Adjustable Lens Foot Safety Stops
- 6" CNC Machined T6061 Aluminum Plate
- Slotted Channel Balances the Lens
- Made in the USA
ProMediaGear PX6 6-Inch Arca-Swiss Double Dovetail Lens Plate Overview
The ProMediaGear PX6 6-inch Arca-Swiss Double Dovetail plate is made of T6061 aircraft-grade aluminum that is lightweight and durable. It has adjustable safety stops for any telephoto lens.
The safety stops can be adjusted depending on the lest of the lens foot. It prevents the foot from twisting while attached to the plate. This ensures a secure connection between the plate and the lens.
This plate has a 1/4"-20 mounting screw. The screw slides in the slotted channel so you can balance it while mounted on your tripod head.
Moreover, the PX6 has two quick-release strap options. The SS2 Strap port works with the ProMediaGear system while the QD Strap Port is compatible with other brands.
- Length: 6 in. / 15.24 cm
- Width: 1.50 in. / 3.81 cm (Arca Swiss Compatible)
- Height: .48 in. / 1.22 cm (Plate Only)
- Weight: 3.80 oz. / 107.73g
There really isn't much to say other than, the product was exactly as advertised and works perfectly for me.
Checkout was easy. My order arrived in a couple of days. Install was just as easy. Product is solid and looks nice on my lens. Nothing but the BEST.
I have these on my long lenses. Very well-made and expertly machined. I highly recommend these lens plates.
i have three of these plates for my Fuji lens. XF-200mm, XF-100-400 and GFX-250mm. They work great on the gimbal that i have.
PX6-SS2 Except for this one purchase, everything I've ever bought from PMG (and that includes a previous purchase of this same item - this is not my first PX6) gets a 5-star rating. Unfortunately, I'll only give this one a 3-star rating because the SS2 Quick Release Adapter port/sleeve keeps falling out of the PX6. It's not a big deal for me because the lens foot I have this PX6 attached to, captures the SS2 and keeps it from falling out. As an aside note: To give you an idea of how highly I think of PMG gear: PMG gear is horribly expensive (especially here in Canada, where I have to factor in Customs duties and currency exchange rates when purchasing from PMG, but their stuff is so good that in my opinion, it's always been worth the financial pain to purchase PMG stuff over their competitors' products, which are usually less expensive.