SOURCE 3 Legged Thing
The award-winning British tripod maker announces a new Universal L-Bracket with increased compatibility with a wider range of cameras, and advanced functionality.
STAGSDEN, England, Feb. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- 3 Legged Thing has announced a new evolution of universal L-Bracket. Following on from the huge success of the world's best-selling L-Bracket, 3 Legged Thing's QR11-L, Ellie brings another dimension of compatibility with a wide range of mirrorless and DSLR cameras, and an unprecedented level of innovation.
L-Brackets are primarily used to switch from landscape to portrait on a tripod, whilst maintaining a similar sensor position and focal plane. They are particularly popular with landscape, architecture, and studio photographers, yet used by photographers across all genres.
3LT Founder & CEO Danny Lenihan commented: "Ellie is the culmination of a year's development and testing, and is built on the foundations of QR11 and hundreds of comments and emails from customers since the QR11 launched in 2017. It's been a fantastic challenge for myself and the team, with more than a few hiccups in the process, but I'm delighted to be introducing what we believe is a new chapter in L-Bracket innovation."
Compatible with standard Arca-Swiss clamps, Ellie's design features 2 different screw mount slots in the base, allowing users to position the L-Bracket in the optimal position for their camera. The length of the bracket base can be adjusted thanks to two rigid stainless steel sliding bars which are then fixed into position by the user. The rear edge of the base is sloped to better enable screen access.
Ellie's vertical aspect has an opening in one side, allowing users with L-shaped cable pins to connect accessories to their cameras more easily. Thanks to the dual Arca-Swiss profile and identical mount-ends, this opening can be placed in one of four positions, by inverting or reversing the vertical aspect, which is secured to the base via two adjustable stainless steel rods. A handy mini tool with two sizes of Allen key to adjust the sliding bars, and the vertical aspect, is also supplied with Ellie.
Both ends of the vertical aspect house two ¼"-20 threads, allowing users to attach accessories, including microphones or mounting arms, to the bracket. The base of the bracket also features a strap attachment slot. Ellie's base plate is beautifully contoured so that it can also be used separately as a quick release plate without the upright.
Adding a different type of functionality, Ellie's vertical aspect can also be mounted downwards from the plate, effectively creating a rocker head when used with the tripod head adjusted into the 90° position.
Made from aerospace grade magnesium alloy, Ellie will be available in two anodized finishes – Copper (orange) and Metallic Slate Grey. The product is available to pre-order today from 3 Legged Thing's website, and from local camera stores, with a suggested retail price of £64.99 / $69.99. Ellie will be released in mid March 2019.
3 Legged Thing retail store locator: https://www.3leggedthing.com/where-to-buy.
For more information on Ellie visit 3 Legged Thing's website.
Headquartered in two converted chicken sheds (Shedquarters & Chicken Shed 2: Return of the Shedi) on Kinsbourne Farm, in Stagsden, Bedfordshire, 3 Legged Thing is a small, British company of passionate people, creating and innovating camera support systems for photographers and videographers. 3 Legged Thing was the winner of the Lucie Technical Awards 2017 Tripod of the Year, and 2018 nominee for Best Tripod and Best Industrial Design.
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