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Arca Swiss announce L-bracket, finder shoe for Sony NEX

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Arca Swiss has announced a new L-bracket for the NEX 3 and 5 models as is fully compatible with the monoball®Fix and monoball®Classic quick release systems. The bracket comes complete with a finder shoe and is priced at 159 Euros ($217 / £139), but it's not clear when it will be available.

 

PRESS RELEASE

Arca-Swiss presents the ‘Nex Kit’ for Nex 3 and Nex 5 Sony cameras.
The kit consists of an L-bracket and a viewfinder shoe for an optical finder.

Previously Arca-Swiss has released the Mini L-bracket for compact cameras such as the Olympus E-PL1, E-PL2, Panasonic Lumix GF and LX3, Samsung NX-100, Canon G10, The new smallest DSLR offerings from Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax and Sony.

Today we present a new mini L-bracket. Light and small, it is specifically designed to mate specifically with the Nex 3 and Nex 5 cameras from Sony.

The Nex L-bracket is fully adaptable with our monoball®Fix and monoball®Classic quick release systems. It takes into account the compact design of the Sony Nex cameras allowing a fast change from landscape to portrait format and vise-versa. Secure handling of the cameras when hand holding is improved due to the L-bracket as well.

The design further allows free access to cable ports allowing unhindered connection to the computer without having to remove or shift the bracket.

The kit includes a shoe allowing easy attachment of an optical finder. An optical finder is a great accessory allowing the photographer to see better, yielding faster, more accurate composing and shooting in low light conditions.
ARCA-SWISS is committed to the constant evolution and innovation of its products!
price : 159 € (Taxe free)

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