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Camera Support Accessories

This category lists a large range of camera support accessories and accessories to be used with tripods, such as Quick Release plates. If you often use your camera on a tripod and require switching between portrait and landscape orientation, you should consider getting a Camera L-Bracket. These useful gadgets allow you to use your camera on an Arca-Swiss style tripod head and quickly switch your orientation without the need for adjusting a quick release plate.

The clamps & mountings category contains a range of photographic clamps, suction mounts, flash brackets and other related products such as accessories for Wimberley systems.

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