SKU: GC49-54.1966

Wooden Camera UVF Mount (ARRI Rosette, No Clamp)

Wooden Camera UVF Mount (ARRI Rosette, No Clamp)

The UVF Mount from Wooden Camera is a NATO standard arm designed for EVFs or LCDs that utilize an ARRI standard rosette for attachment. The arm may be used with a wide variety of products but it is specifically compatible with popular accessories like the Zacuto Gratical and the F&V SpectraHD 4 EVF.

To allow for the greatest range of movement the mount offers three points of adjustment - the 15mm rail for tilt and distance to the camera, a NATO thumbscrew for positioning on NATO rail, and a tension thumbscrew to adjust the tilt of an attached EVF. Its unique tool-less design allows for quick installation and removal of the UVF Sled. Additionally, an integrated safety pin prevents accidental removal - preventing damage to your valuable gear.

Features:

NATO Arm length approximately 5"

Tool-less design

Can attach directly to RED Dragon/Epic/Scarlet and AJA CION

Can also attach to other cameras via Wooden Camera cages and cheese plates

Safety pin prevents accidental removal of the UVF sled

UVF Sled can attach directly to any NATO-style rail

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Wooden Camera UVF Mount (ARRI Rosette, No Clamp)

The UVF Mount from Wooden Camera is a NATO standard arm designed for EVFs or LCDs that utilize an ARRI standard rosette for attachment. The arm may be used with a wide variety of products but it is specifically compatible with popular accessories like the Zacuto Gratical and the F&V SpectraHD 4 EVF.

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