SKU: GC66-TMR-EB

Canon Tripod Mount ring for RF10028LIS

Dedicated to the RF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens, this Tripod Mount Ring and Adapter from Canon provides greater overall stability and balance when working with the lens and shooting atop a tripod or monopod. The ring is secured around the lens and incorporates afoot with a 1/4"-20 mount. Made of a lightweight metal that matches the colour of the lens, the mounting ring is especially helpful in extreme close-up photography where the slightest vibration will show up in your photo.

Features:

Centers Weight on Tripod

Greater Stability When Mounted to Tripod

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Dedicated to the RF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens, this Tripod Mount Ring and Adapter from Canon provides greater overall stability and balance when working with the lens and shooting atop a tripod or monopod. The ring is secured around the lens and incorporates afoot with a 1/4"-20 mount. Made of a lightweight metal that matches the colour of the lens, the mounting ring is especially helpful in extreme close-up photography where the slightest vibration will show up in your photo.

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