PBCBGE11 Canon 5Ds 5DsR 5D Mark 3 BG-E11 Bracket Plate

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Part Number:PBCBGE11
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This ProMediaGear bracket plate is custom fitted for Canon 5Ds 5DsR 5D mark 3 with BG-E11 grip. The bracket plate can be mounted to ProMediaGear flash brackets or L-Brackets. Since it is custom designed it fits like a glove perfectly matching the camera shape, it also provides anti-rotation so the plate won't slip or twist. The plate has been machined from solid Aluminum T6061 block and has hard black anodized surface coating for scratch resistant finish. The plate also features 1/4-20 threads for mounting other quick release plates or accessories.

Items Included:

  • Bracket Plate
  • Allen wrench
  • Captive mounting screw
  • Removable safety stops

Color: Black
Weight: 2.60 oz (74 grams)
100% made, designed and assembled in the USA

Compatible with:
  • Arca Swiss
  • Kirk
  • Markins
  • Really Right Stuff
  • Wimberley

Additional Information:

  • This bracket plate is also compatible with our two piece design L-Brackets. This means only the vertical component of the L bracket for Canon 5D Mark 3 BG-E11 can be purchased.
  • Compatible with Vello Grip

Additional items for the Canon 5D Mark III include:
  • Flash bracket plates for Canon 5D mark III body
  • Plate for Canon 5D mark III body
  • Plate for Canon 5D mark III BG-E11 grip
  • L-Brackets for Canon 5D mark III body AND BG-E11 grip

5 Stars
As with all Promediagear this just does what is says. Fit is perfect as usual.
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Reviewed by:  from Perth, Australia. on 6/22/2015
5 Stars
The BG-E11 is a product that delivers on its promise. The bracket fits smoothly and snugly on my 5DIII and feels like an extension to the camera body. There are no sharp edges or sharp angles on the bracket that catch on a strap or other objects. The bracket extends the height of the camera by a few millimeters and adds some bulk to the bottom plate. But I found these changes to be manageable and I adapted to them after one or two shoots. Given the functionality of the Boomerang Bracket that's fastened the BG-E11, I found these changes to be more than worth the trade offs.
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Reviewed by:  from Washington, DC. on 4/11/2015

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