|Product Name||SmallRig D Shaft D-ring 1/4 Inch Thead Camera Screw for DSLR Camera Rig --- 838|
|Category||Electronics / Photography|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B006GB5MDW|
|Model||2PCS QUICK RELEASE SCREW 838|
|Price New||6.99 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Weight||0.32 ounces (convert)|
|Long Description||D-Ring Screws,Precision made 1/4"-20 Stainless Steel (metal) Tripod screws,1/4" metal male thread with flat head screwdriver slot & hinged "D" Ring. 1/4"-20 screw for quick release plate. |
The main body was made of Stainless steel, and the Rotatable D-ring made of ZINC Alloys.
Please refer to the size to ensure it work with your camera and quick release plate before shopping.
Notes: includes 2pcs Quick-Release-Screw-1/4".
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