SmallRig V Mount Battery Adapter Plate with Adjustable Arm 3059 is designed to provide greater battery life to your camera rig via a V mount battery. The plate utilizing an IDX V mount fits most V mount batteries. It gives an 8V DC output port, two 12V DC output ports, a 14.8V D-Tap output port, & a 5V/2A USB output port to power your camera & other external accessories like a monitor, a phone, etc. via a V mount battery. It features a power switch that controls all of the output ports to power-on or power-off your rig more quickly & conveniently. It comes with a dual 15mm rod clamp to help mount the plate to your 15mm LWS rod system, & an adjustable arm for quick adjustment of the V mount battery position.
The plate fits most V-Lock batteries.
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