Just in time for the Holidays, Really Right Stuff quick-release plates, L-brackets, ballheads and tripods are now available at B&H Photo!
Really Right Stuff doesn’t make the cheapest camera plates – just the best. California-based Really Right Stuff makes and sources its products here in the United States to maintain extremely high standards and ensure that everything from your quick-release plate to your video slider is manufactured precisely to the companyâ€™s specifications. Really Right Stuff also guarantees its products for five years, so you can be sure your new tripod will stand up to heavy use.
Really Right Stuff BH-40 Ball Head with Compact Lever-Release Clamp (Pre-Order for $370)
This mid-sized 15.7 oz ball head will support camera-lens combinations weighing up to 18 lb. Crafted from aluminum and stainless steel, the BH-40 has all of the features you’d expect from a professional-level head. An over-sized, ergonomic locking T-knob allows 45-degree tilting in all directions and a 90-degree drop-notch facilitates quick and accurate switching from the horizontal landscape position to vertical portrait orientation. A separate tension knob is provided to apply the appropriate pressure that safely corresponds to the weight of your camera. A third knob loosens and locks the panning base which is laser-engraved with markers every 2.5 degrees from 0 to 360 degrees.
Really Right Stuff Monopod Head with Standard Lever-Release Clamp (Pre-Order for $260)
Designed for use with monopods, this head tilts a full 180 degrees. The indexed quick release clamp is oriented for vertical fore and aft, 180-degree lens tilting but you can change the orientation to horizontal, 180-degree camera tilting by turning the clamp 90 degrees using the supplied hex key. Portrait orientation is achieved with L-plates or rotating lens collars. The monopod head will support up to 75 lb, far in excess of what’s needed for any type of image making. It has an Arca-type compatible dovetail base for mounting on Really Right Stuff heads or accessories. It also accepts separately purchased Arca-type camera or lens plates from Really Right Stuff, Wimberley, Kirk, Markins, Acratech and others.
Really Right Stuff Premium Dual Axis Macro Focusing Rail ($650) offers precise control for close-up photography. The package includes two B150-B Macro Focusing Rails for total control over the plane of focus. Mounted together the rails offer precise, dual-axis fore-aft and side to side fine focus with 1.25mm of travel per knob revolution on each rail. Each rail offers single-axis focus with a total adjustment range of 9″ each, and can be separated and used independently if desired. At 1.9 lb the package is suitable for the studio but still practical to carry outdoors for nature work. Each rail has a dovetail on the bottom for mounting on Really Right Stuff or other Arca-type compatible heads. The rails both have a lever-type quick release clamp that accept Arca-type camera plates.
Sony photographers will want to check out Really Right Stuff for Sony including:
Really Right Stuff L-Plate BVGC2EM-L for Sony a7II a7RII a7SII with VG-C2EM Battery Grip ($190).
Designed to maintain full access to the battery door this Arca-Swiss compatible plate can be re-positioned for easier access to the camera’s side ports when shooting tethered or using wired remote. Machined 6061-T6 aluminum construction is finished with a Type II black anodizing, with a 1/4″-20 threaded mounting socket in the base and laser-engraved center marks on both axes for easy alignment.
Really Right Stuff BRX1R II Set L-Plate and Grip for Sony RX1R II ($185)
This set features a modular three-piece design that includes both the dedicated base plate and an L-component, which combine to form a dedicated L-plate, along with the grip component. This versatile configuration offers the same mounting support as a one-piece L-plate, with the added ability to remove the L-component for a slimmer overall profile when needed. The custom-fit design also maintains full access to the battery door and incorporates a mounting point for attaching the BRX1-G Grip Component.
Really Right Stuff BA6300-L L-Plate for Sony a6300 and a6500 ($120) This plate set features a modular two-piece design that includes both the dedicated base plate and an L-component, which combine to form a dedicated L-plate. Made from CNC machined 6061-T6 aluminum finished with a Type II black anodizing, with a 1/4″-20 threaded mounting socket in the base. This versatile configuration offers the same support as a one-piece L-plate, with the added ability to remove the L-component for a slimmer overall profile when needed. The dedicated design maintains full access to the battery door, and the plate is re-positionable for easier access to the camera’s side ports when shooting tethered.
Really Right Stuff Foot for Sony FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS Lens ($125) Replaces the FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM lens foot with an Anodized Aluminum Arca-Swiss compatible Quick-Release foot with Safety-Stop screws included.
Filmmakers and video shooters will want to check out Really Right Stuff Video Accessories including:
Really Right Stuff Multi-Clamp Kit with BC-18 Micro Ball Clamp ($225) combines an RRS multi-clamp with an RRS ultralight micro ball clamp. Suitable for travel, this compact kit takes care of supporting and leveling your DSLR or small camcorder. The multi-clamp can be fixed to any rail, post, or similar object with a diameter up to 3.5″. Mount the BH-18 Micro Ball Clamp to the multi-clamp’s single 1/4″-20 socket. It also has four 3/8″-16 sockets for mounting accessories. The lever-operated BH-18 Micro Ball Clamp works with any RRS or Arca-Swiss-style quick release plate (not included). The body of the Multi-Clamp is constructed from anodized, machined aluminum, and the hardware is made of stainless steel.
Really Right Stuff VS-288 36″ Single-Rail Slider ($690) This lightweight, portable, ball bearing slider is suitable for shooting with DSLR video rigs. Its single-rail design with an integrated slider makes it easy to transport. The VS-288 features a 1.5″ dovetail compatible with RRS clamps, an inset track that is less prone to denting, and 3/8″-16 mounting sockets for mounting accessories. For your more creative shots, this slider has the ability to operate in multiple orientations, including upside down.