Quick Release L-Brackets for Sony a7II Cameras

Published: April 13, 2015

If you’re looking for a Arca-Swiss compatible Quick Release L-Plate Bracket for Sony a7II Series cameras, your wait is over. Quick Release L-Brackets are available on Amazon


Order Neewer Arca-Swiss compatible Quick Release L-Plate Bracket for Sony a7II Series cameras from Amazon


• L-Plate custom designed for Sony A7 II camera – won’t sway or twist when mounted on the bracket.
• Arca-Swiss standard dovetails are compatible with RRS lever-release clamp
• Features a detachable design, the base plate and detachable vertical plate.
• Won’t block camera battery compartment lid opening or data cables hatch openings
• Allows full access to the LCD screen
• The base plate has an extra 1/4″-20 threaded mounting hole for additional functions.
• Light weight aviation level 6061T6 Aluminum
• Smooth, scratch resistant hard anodized oxidation surface


Standard Arca-Swiss dovetails, compatible with Arca Swiss, RRS, kirk, Wimberley, Markins, Sunwayfoto, Benro, Suri, Fotopro.

Order Arca-Swiss compatible Quick Release L-Plate Bracket for Sony a7II Series cameras from Amazon

Apply for B&H Photo Payboo Card

Thank you for supporting this website through purchases from our affiliate partners! We always strive to bring you the best deals and lowest prices.


Sony Alpha 9 III Wins Camera Grand Prix 2024

Published: May 17, 2024 Sony Alpha 9 III continues to rack up awards as it wins the top prize at Camera Grand Prix 2024 The

Read More »

Sony Releases a7S III Firmware Update 3.01

Published: May 15, 2024 Sony releases a7S III Firmware Update 3.01 with ISO and network connectivity bug fixes. Applicable Model ILCE-7SM3 Required Downloads Read this

Read More »

Sony Doubles Warranty for Registered Products in USA & Canada Thru 9/30/24

Published: May 7, 2024 Sony customers in the USA & Canada can enjoy an additional one-year extended limited warranty on their purchases, doubling the existing

Read More »

9 thoughts on “Quick Release L-Brackets for Sony a7II Cameras”

      1. I think I get what he’s asking (re. whether it’s suitable for portrait orientation in panos) – theoretically you’d want to center the lens relative to the rail, and consequently the clamp on the nodal slide… which puts you into the cutout area, leaving very little of the back side of the bracket actually in the clamp jaws, as the clamp is mostly closing on the gap in the bracket when centered.

        I just tried this, and it looks/feels dicey…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *