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The World's Most Innovative Universal L Bracket

Introducing the QR11 Universal L Bracket from 3 Legged Thing.

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The QR11 is a new evolution of universal L bracket. Designed to fit most cameras and to enable a seamless, effortless workflow between portrait and landscape. The QR11 defies convention with its two colour options, and additional functionality.

L-Brackets were created to retain the sensor (or film) position when switching from landscape to portrait, and enable photographers to continue shooting without moving the tripod or adjusting the head. Workflow is improved and the focal plane is retained.

But that’s where the innovation ended, until the QR11 arrived. With more photographers looking for modular solutions to switch between stills and video or to use sling straps without having to disconnect the strap to mount your camera, the QR11 is the only solution in the world.

The QR11 universal L bracket

You can leave your strap on...

With strap connectors at both the horizontal and vertical aspects, the QR11 has a variety of options for wrist and neck straps and also has a ¼” thread for additional sling strap compatibility.

 

The QR11 universal L bracket

 

Flat-packed for transport and storage

The QR11's design enables users to disassemble, with the supplied 3LT Toolz, into two flat sections, for easier stowage in tight spaces.

 

Modular functionality...

An additional tapped 1/4" thread in the vertical aspect enables connectivity with universal devices, like magic arms, cold and hotshoe adapters, microphones, lights and basically anything with a male 1/4" thread.

Designed & engineered in 3 Legged Thing’s head office in Stagsden, Bedfordshire, the QR11 comes with a global five-year warranty.

The QR11 universal L bracket

 

The QR11 universal L bracket

 

For more information, visit the 3 Legged Thing Website and check out the below video. 

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Comments


1 Nov 2017 10:54AM
Apart from the fact its a funky colour it looks exactly like the one I got from Amazon for 7.00
Big Bri 21 16.7k United Kingdom
2 Nov 2017 8:45AM
50

LOL Smile
sitan1 Plus
14 1.3k 1 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2017 6:43PM

Quote:Apart from the fact its a funky colour it looks exactly like the one I got from Amazon for 7.00

The link you provided doesnt show the l bracket you are on about as I was wondering what you thought of your cheap one as the ones from Manfrotto are around 100 which I think is a total rip off for a bit of l shaped metal.
pink Plus
19 7.0k 9 England
4 Nov 2017 9:02AM
I bought a L bracket that is made from one piece of Aluminium, much sturdier than these 2 piece ones that you have to assemble, they just are'nt as solid. Mine was about 15 from ebay.
I find that the 2 piece ones loosen off in use which is very annoying.
4 Nov 2017 11:09AM

Quote:The link you provided
I didn't provide that link it was inserted by the ephotozone link fairiesWink

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Andoer-Universal-MPU100-Release-Bracket/dp/B00RFLU5IY/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1509793689&sr=8-2&keywords=arca+swiss+l+bracket

This is the one I have and its not broken yet and works fine. I've used it on a Canon 5D2 and Canon 5D4.
russellsnr 17 258 England
6 Nov 2017 6:08PM
Didn't see it but how do you attach it with a battery grip?
fossie1955 14 2 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2017 12:59PM
Thanks for the Amazon link, makes this above product somewhat OVERPRICED, LOL !!!

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