SmallRig HDMI and USB-C Cable Clamp for EOS R5 & R6 & R5 C Cage 2981

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SmallRig HDMI and USB-C Cable Clamp for EOS R5&R6&R5 C Cage 2981

Key Features:
1. For SmallRig R5 and R6 Cage 2982.
2. Attaches to the cage with two M3 screws.
3. Secures both HDMI and USB-C cables.
4. Prevents Accidental Cable Disconnects.

SmallRig HDMI and USB-C Cable Clamp for EOS R5&R6&R5 C Cage 2981 is compatible with SmallRig Cage 2982. Designed to prevent the camera's HDMI and USB Type-C cables from accidentally disconnecting, this clamp attaches to the side of the cage using two M3 Screws and fixes the cables using two knurled 1/4"-20 screws. Each screw adjusts a sliding block that can be tightened to accommodate varying diameters. This Cable Clamp is constructed of a sturdy aluminum alloy and comes with an Allen wrench.

Designer: Yetta White

Canon EOS R5/R5C
Canon EOS R6

Package Includes:
1 x Cable Clamp
2 x M3 Screw
2 x Allen Wrench

Product Dimensions: 64 x 28 x 25mm
Package Dimensions: 76 x 63 x 40mm
Net Weight: 40g±5g
Package Weight: 59g±5g
Material(s): Aluminum Alloy

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  • 4
    Great idea, didn't end up working for me

    Posted by Justin Davidow on 5th Aug 2021

    I am building a small rig with an R5 and an Atomos monitor on top, was excited to get something that helped to "stabilize" the TINY (and FAR too easy to damage!) HDMI "Mini" cable/port; but the right angle cable I'm using requires a bit too much depth that this cable clamp simply cannot accommodate. (Specifically the ATOMCAB007) Not the clamps fault though; I'll just have to get a "straight" cable and deal with the cable sticking out the side of the rig. FTR: this adapter adds flanges ~18.5mm from the HDMI port itself, so any right-angled HDMI adapter is going to need to be LONGER than that to fully engage with the HDMI port. The USB port works great and locks onto a USB-C cable perfectly. Only note here is that the "wedges" that are used to "lock" the cables are just anodized aluminum, so if you're using a USB-C cable that is "hard" or "slippery"; the wedge isn't going to have much to grip onto. Recommend wrapping the USB connector body in some electrical or gaffers tape to get the wedge to hold properly if you're having trouble.