237 Description (from B&H): This is a 1/2 inch diameter, 21.6″ goose neck with 5/8 inch stud for exact positioning of small gobos, reflectors, props, or flash heads. Hex end fits into Super Clamp and is tapped with a 3/8 inch female thread at one end and a 1/4-20″ male thread at the other.
241S Description (from B&H): The Manfrotto 241S Suction Grip with 241S Pump Cup with 5/8″ (16mm) Socket adheres to any flat non-porous surface via its 6″ (150mm) suction cup. It accepts 5/8″ stands, studs and other gripware and will hold loads up to 4.41 lb.
454 Description (from B&H): The Manfrotto 454 Micrometric Positioning Sliding Plate is a quick release system that allows for some positioning within the clamp for fore-aft macro adjustments. It is the ideal tool to make precise positioning movements to achieve the perfect framed shot, for macro photography, for QTVR, and other precise copy/repro work. This plate has finger-tip […]
G065 Description (from B&H): The Gitzo G065 Monitor Platform is a 13″ x 15.7″ (33 x 40 cm) platform which can be fitted to any Gitzo tripod via a 3/8″-16 thread on the bottom. It safely supports supplementary equipment, such as monitors, mixers, tape recorders and projectors.
F-1 Description (from Wimberly): This bracket consists of modules M1, M2, & M3. The most versatile of our telephoto brackets, it attaches to the quick-release plate of any lens. It can be used on a ball head or the Wimberley Head, or can be reconfigured to work on the Sidekick. Add other modules to this bracket […]
143N Description (from B&H): The Manfrotto 143N Magic Arm without Camera Bracket is designed to hold a light fixture in place, in a variety of situations. It is an elbow arm, with sure locking lever control at the pivot. It will accept any light fixture up to 6.6 lbs that has a baby (5/8″) receptor.
PP100 Description (from B&H): A popular accessory for macro shooting, the Wimberly PP100 Plamp is an easily positionable arm used to hold macro subjects and other useful objects. One end clamps to your tripod, while the clip grasps the object. The Plamp holds a reflector or gobo in just the right spot to get that burst of […]