SKU: GC47-KB-T5SSD

Kondor Blue T5 SSD Holder for BMPCC 4K/6K & Z Cam Cages

Kondor Blue T5 SSD Holder for BMPCC 4K/6K & Z Cam Cages

T5 SSD Holder with Cold Shoe mount attachment. Can also be screwed directly to the cage via 1/4"-20 or attached via our Mini Quick Release Plates(Recommended).

Add a solid-state drive to your camera rig with this T5 SSD Holder with Shoe Adapter. The aluminium holder is designed to snugly fit the Samsung T5 SSD, which is secured with a thumbscrew.

The SSD holder attaches to the camera, cage, or plate with its integrated shoe adapter, or you can use the 1/4"-20 thread on the shoe adapter to attach to a cage or to the separately available Kondor Blue Mini Quick Release Plate. The included cable clamp allows you to protect your drive cable from pulling and can be removed by using a mini Allen wrench.

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Kondor Blue T5 SSD Holder for BMPCC 4K/6K & Z Cam Cages

T5 SSD Holder with Cold Shoe mount attachment. Can also be screwed directly to the cage via 1/4"-20 or attached via our Mini Quick Release Plates(Recommended).

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