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Arri QRP-1 Quick Release Base Plate K2.0000399

Arri QRP-1 Quick Release Base Plate K2.0000399

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Date Expires: 08/04/2021
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Arri QRP-1 Quick Release Base Plate K2.0000399

Arri QRP-1 Quick Release Base Plate K2.0000399

ARRI K2.0000399 Quick Release Plate, QRP-1, is compatible with AMIRA, counterplate for the WPA-1, to be mounted on the tripod head. The ARRI QRP-1 can be used on a variety of broadcast cameras due to its standard quick release attachment. It is lightweight in construction and has hardened clamping surfaces for durability plus a solid automatic rear-clamping mechanism  for a reliable fitting to the camera. 
The Quick Release Baseplates unique attachment mechanism provides rock-solid camera support with a centering adjustment that compensates for variations in camera base to optical axis measurements.


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