SKU: GC47-KB-CC70-BP-BK

Kondor Blue Canon C70 Bottom Plate (Black)

Kondor Blue Canon C70 Bottom Plate (Black)

Add a durable bottom plate to your Canon EOS C70 camera for tripod and accessory mounting with this black Bottom Plate from Kondor Blue. The aluminum plate features durable steel-lined 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 tripod mounting threads to secure your camera to a bridge plate, dovetail, rig, or tripod. It can be used in conjunction with optional side and top plates to create a modular cage for the C70.

The front of the plate features M4 threads to add an optional lens support, and there are side wings that feature multiple 1/4"-20 threads for mounting a variety of accessories such as an extension arm or other mounts. The integrated HDMI cable clamp ensures your HDMI cable doesn't get pulled out of its socket. When paired with the Kondor Blue 15mm LWS bridge plate, the bottom plate allows the camera to sit at a standard 3.3" height over the rod system. A magnetic tool stores in the base for tightening the mounting screws.


Compatibility

Canon EOS C70 camera

Also compatible with but not limited to:

Kondor Blue Bridge Plate KB-UARRI-BRP

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Kondor Blue Canon C70 Bottom Plate (Black)

Add a durable bottom plate to your Canon EOS C70 camera for tripod and accessory mounting with this black Bottom Plate from Kondor Blue. The aluminum plate features durable steel-lined 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 tripod mounting threads to secure your camera to a bridge plate, dovetail, rig, or tripod. It can be used in conjunction with optional side and top plates to create a modular cage for the C70.

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