Tilta Quick Release Baseplate for Sony FX6
This Baseplate for Sony FX6 also allows you to attach various accessories via 15mm LWS rods on either the front or back side of the baseplate.
The Dual Arri Rosettes allow for mounting additional accessories such as extended arms or handles for handheld shooting.
The Baseplate natively connects to our Tilta Standard Dovetails & can be adapted to Arri Standard via our Tilta Standard to Arri Standard Multi-Functional Baseplate.
A built-in lens adapter support bracket is also included on the front side of the plate.
[15MM ROD SUPPORT] Secure 15mm Rods to your System for Various Accessories
[DOVETAIL SUPPORT] Slides & Locks onto Tilta Standard Dovetails
[UNIVERSAL] Supports Quick Release Plates that Connect via 1/4"-20 or 3/8"-16 Threads
[DUAL ROSETTES] for Mounting Extended Arms & Hand Grips
[STURDY] Aluminium & Steel Construction
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