SmallRig Rotating Nato Clamp Handle HTN2362
1.Quick Release Nato Clamp Handle
2.Allows to Rotate 360 Degree for Top Handle or Side Handle
3.Integrates with Hex Spanner
4.1/4"-20 & 3/8”-16 & Arri 3/8 Accessory Holes
5.The Cold Shoe in front Features Anti-off Button to Prevent Unwanted Slipping
SmallRig Rotating Nato Clamp Handle HTN2362 is designed to provide a comfortable handheld use and mounting threads for accessory such as monitor, microphone and light. The quick release handle is able to rotate 360 degree and secures to any cage with nato rail on the top or side. The handle features multiple 1/4"-20 and arri 3/8"-16 threaded holes for accessory attachment, such as Monitor Mount BSE2294, BSE2348 and Magic Arm 2115. Additionally, it features cold shoe mount for microphone, light or sound receiver, the cold shoe in front features anti-off button to protect your setup from slipping off. The handle integrates with wooden material to make it more comfortable to use.
Designer: Tracy Joy
Fits Any Cage or Accessory with NATO-compatible Rail
1 x Nato Handle
Product Dimensions: 156 x 73.5x 27mm
Package Dimensions: 180 x100 x 40mm
Net Weight: 199g
Package Weight: 250g
Material(s): Aluminum Alloy, Wood
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Well built. Buy a longer nato rail for this not a short one. Depending on what you have on your camera you'll want the ability to slide the handle left or right to find the perfect balance for your rig.
This top handle not only serves its purpose as a handle to carry when I’m lugging around my Canon EOS R, but it also contains a NATO quick release clamp which gives me the option of using it as a side handle as well. The wooden underside has been ergonomically designed to be comfortable and there are no sharp metal parts digging into your hands. The overall appearance and design is quite sleek too.
One of my favourite Smallrig products!
I'm really liking the look of this handle. Would change two things though. Instead of a hot shoe on the back, I'd rather see arri accessory mount so it can interact with the handle extensions on both ends.
I'd also lower the profile of the wood to just be on the bottom. This would allow for more threads as well as arri accessory mounts on the sides. The wood doesn't really fill much of a function on the sides.
Awesome work SmallRig team but get rid of the rod hole and make this lower. Once you mount a monitor on this, it's going to be really high. Get it as low as you can.