SKU: GC47-KB-NR-HSA

Kondor Blue NATO Rail to Hot Shoe Adapter for Remote Trigger Top Handles

Kondor Blue NATO Rail to Hot Shoe Adapter for Remote Trigger Top Handles

Add a compact NATO rail to your camera or cage with the NATO Rail to Hot Shoe Adapter from Kondor Blue. This rail can be used to attach a top handle or another NATO-based accessory. It features a low-profile design and a spring-loaded safety pin at each end. Attach this aluminum component to a standard shoe mount using the included bolt and Allen key.


Features:

Adds NATO Rail to Shoe Mount

Spring-Loaded Safety Pin on Each End

For Trigger Top Handle or NATO Accessory

Bolt & Allen Key Included

Aluminum Construction

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Kondor Blue NATO Rail to Hot Shoe Adapter for Remote Trigger Top Handles

Add a compact NATO rail to your camera or cage with the NATO Rail to Hot Shoe Adapter from Kondor Blue. This rail can be used to attach a top handle or another NATO-based accessory. It features a low-profile design and a spring-loaded safety pin at each end. Attach this aluminum component to a standard shoe mount using the included bolt and Allen key.

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