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SmallRig Swivel and Tilt Monitor Mount BSE2294

SKU:
BSE2294
$39.90
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SmallRig Swivel and Tilt Monitor Mount BSE2294
Key features:
1. Supports 5 ”and 7” monitors up to 1.2 kg.
2. Pivoting 360 ° and tilting 150 ° enables a free stop in any position.
3. Allen wrench holes to retighten the screw for security.
4. Rubber pads on the top to avoid scratching the monitor.
5. Weights only 68g, easy for storage.

SmallRig Swivel and Tilt Monitor Mount BSE2294 is used to attach the monitor to a camera cage, handle or other fastening system with two 1/4 ”-20 screws.The sturdy aluminum bracket enables lateral rotation by 360 ° and tilting by 150 ° without tools.The lightweight bracket weighs only 68 g and can carry 5 "and 7" monitors up to 1.2 kg.
It has rubber pads on the top to prevent scratching the monitor.The thumbscrew has hex wrench holes that you can use to retighten the screw to keep your monitor safe.
When not in use, the holder can simply be folded away for storage.

Designer: Tracy Joy

Note
1: Maximum payload: 1.2kg
2: Retighten the thumbscrew with the Allen key for security.
3: Do not adjust the monitor bracket without attaching a monitor or lamp.

Compatibility:
SmallHD Focus Series
SmallHD Focus OLED Series
SmallHD UltraBright Series
SmallHD 500 Series, 700 Series
Atomos Ninja Series
Atomos Shogun Flame
Blackmagic Video Assist 5 ”

Scope of delivery:
1 x monitor bracket
2 x Allen keys
2 x 1/4 "-20 screw

Product dimensions: 46 x 41.4 x 38 mm
Packaging dimensions: 76 x 63 x 40 mm
Net weight: 68g
Package Weight: 105g
Material: aluminum alloy

Reviews

  • 5
    SMALLRIG SWIVEL AND TILT MONITOR MOUNT BSE2294

    Posted by RAVI MAHADEVAN on 9th Feb 2020

    Sometimes a small addon like this one can be a great time saver. And I suppose, under certain circumstances it is much more than time one saves. Use it, you will understand what I mean.

  • 5
    Super Solid and Works as Advertised!

    Posted by Brandon on 17th Jun 2019

    I picked this up as well as a cage for my Lumix GH5 because I was tired of attaching my monitor to my camera via a ball head mount. That requires two hands to move the monitor around whereas the swivel and tilt mount only takes one! It makes operation a lot easier and I feel that it is a secure way to mount my new monitor. I trust that it won't fall off or somehow lose swing around randomly. Good job SmallRig!

  • 4
    Perfect for what I was looking for...

    Posted by Cal on 30th May 2019

    I've been searching for a straight forward way to mount my C200 monitor to the side of my nato handle and this is it. Works perfectly. Only two things I'd note... one it doesn't let the monitor lay perfectly flat, not a big deal. Two, I had to unscrew the end pieces/bottom and adjust the tension. When I first got it I couldn't even move it. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a monitor solution. Only thing I'd change would be adding some way to keep the monitor from rotating on the 1/8" screw, but it's still better than any other solution.

  • 4
    NATO version please!

    Posted by Frank Souter on 19th Apr 2019

    I would buy a version with a NATO base asap!

  • 5
    Another vote for a NATO version

    Posted by Brandon on 12th Apr 2019

    Great concept! I couldn't pre-order fast enough if it had NATO support. I love all my SmallRig products.

  • 4
    nice, nato version please

    Posted by Jim Elliott on 3rd Apr 2019

    another vote for a nato version (although my vote would be a front to back slot, not side to side)

  • 4
    Best for EVF

    Posted by Gerald Cheng on 18th Mar 2019

    I have been thinking to setup a swivel and tilt monitor through smallrig, this is the one piece solution ! Yes, nato clamps would be more nice!

  • 5
    good but...

    Posted by art sanchez on 25th Feb 2019

    Love the concept! But I'd like to see a variant of it with built in nato clamps on both sides. We don't need twisty monitors in pur iifes ;-)