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Camera Bracket for Lights and Accessories
This compact, rugged and versatile camera bracket allows you to add lights and accessories right to your camera. This metal universal tripod mount bracket uses tripod bolts that can slide to size with a hotshoe adapter to suit many applications.
Rugged, metal bracket
Compact 6" length
Versatile adjustment with sliders
Non-slip rubber boot for secure fit
Just screw this bracket to the bottom of any cam with a standard tripod mount, add your light to the other side and go investigating. Using sturdy metal construction, metal bolts, hotshoe and rubber grips you can be sure your rig is secure and protected. This includes 2 tripod mount males, 2 tripod mount females and one hotshoe adapter mount. Mount your camera how you see fit or see our picture to the right for suggested use.
Adjustable slider includes a rubber non-slip grip to make sure your camera is securely fastened. Rubber boot is removeable.
For use with our
Creepy Hollow lights
we suggest using the tripod mount instead of the hotshoe. Just detach the hotshoe adapter from the bracket by unscrewing it and mount the Creepy Hollow light using the metal tripod mount. It's more secure and less stress on the light mount.
* Purchase includes bracket only and hotshoe adapter. Camera and light shown in photo not included.
Size: 6" long x 1 1/8" wide x 3/4" high (including bolts)
Removable rubber grip boot
Standard size tripod bolts (1/4-20 threads)
The camera is placed on the end with the 1/4-20 Tripod screw.
Any of our lights can be placed on the hot shoe mount and angled for the best coverage on video.
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