SKU: GC49-54.1559

Wooden Camera Mini Riser (BMC)

Wooden Camera Mini Riser (BMC)

The Wooden Camera WC-155900 Mini Riser is designed for BMC (Blackmagic Cinema Camera) and attaches to the base of the camera cage. The Mini Riser is used for correcting the height using a bridge plate (19mm or 15mm Studio).

Features:

Adapts to the Blackmagic Cinema Camera

Used for correcting the height using a bridge plate (19mm or 15mm Studio)

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Wooden Camera Mini Riser (BMC)

The Wooden Camera WC-155900 Mini Riser is designed for BMC (Blackmagic Cinema Camera) and attaches to the base of the camera cage. The Mini Riser is used for correcting the height using a bridge plate (19mm or 15mm Studio).

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