SmallRig EVF Extension Arm for Sony FS5 and Panasonic EVA1 2200
1. Designed to relocate the original LCD of Sony FS5 and Panasonic EVA1.
2. Allows for extending the LCD forward up to 100mm.
3. Features a safety pin on the end of the nato rail to ensure safe.
4. The NATO clamp is locked via a lever that allows for quick release of your setup.
SmallRig EVF Extension Arm for Sony FS5 and Panasonic EVA1 2200 is designed to extend and relocate the original LCD screen to adjust the LCD screen closer or farther away based on your viewing needs. The extension arm attaches to the camera's original EVF mount on the handle directly via a thumbscrew, and attach the LCD screen via a 15mm rod without tool. It features a NATO rail and a NATO clamp adapter with 15mm rod which allows for the slide to extend up to 4" from the mount. The NATO rail has a safety pin on it to ensure safe and the NATO clamp features a lever to lock it tight and make your setup quick release.
1 x Handgrip Adapter
Product Dimensions:177.6 X 72 X 37mm
Net Weight: 115g
Material(s): Aluminum Alloy
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I really don't know how I filmed without this piece before. When having the camera on your shoulder, this is a must-have in my eyes - places the monitor at a really comfortable spot!
Works well on the FS5 to move the LCD screen further from my eye when using a shoulder rig. It doesn't give you much option to adjust the height of the screen, because the Nato rail is long and if I angle it down one notch, it hits my lens. It would be great if it connected to the camera via a 15mm clamp to the original FS5 mount, which would give me the ability to adjust the angle to where I need it. One small complaint is that the red locking knob wiggles in its place, and I have had to put gaffa tape on it to prevent the metal rattling sound getting in my camera audio.
Using an articulating arm wasn’t great extended or folded up. It was hard to adjust with one hand. This exactly fills my fs5 on shoulder needs. It doesn’t take away from my on tripod use. I would like a quicker way to adjust the arm angle than unscrewing the wheel on the base but still, it is easy.