BMBD17-L: L-Plate for MB-D17 grip

SKU: BMBD17-L Set
$190.00

In Stock

Really Right Stuff camera body plates are all custom designed for each camera body and precision machined from solid blocks of 6061-T6 aluminum. Fully compatible with any RRS quick-release system, our plates feature precisely contoured anti-twist flanges for a perfect fit that prevents twisting between the camera and our plate. All of our quick-release plates utilize a custom machined ¼"-20 threaded, captive-style mounting screw that threads into the tripod mounting socket of your camera body. 



Really Right Stuff camera L-plates feature two dovetail mounting surfaces in the shape of an “L"; one on the bottom of your camera, and one on the left-hand side. This additional mounting option allows you to quickly change between landscape and portrait orientations while minimizing the need to recompose your shot, saving you time and hassle. Also, an L-plate keeps your gear centered directly above the tripod’s apex which helps maintain the best stability possible.

  • CNC machined 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Anodized; Type II Black
  • Repositionable for better side port access
  • (1) 1/4"-20 threaded accessory mounting socket
  • Boss for accessory hand strap
  • Laser engraved center mark
  • Full port access
  • Full battery door access
  • Safety stop screw
  • Integrated QD socket
    1. BMBD17-L L-plate
    2. B107 custom 1/4"-20 captive screw
    3. 5/32" hex key for a B107 Screw
    4. L-Plate user's guide

  • Length: 5.33" / 135mm
  • Width: 3.3" / 84mm
  • Height: 5.13" / 130mm
  • Weight: 4.4oz / 125g
  • This product is protected by US patents. Really Right Stuff, LLC has been granted patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the following inventions: Modular L-Plates. For a complete list of applicable patents, click HERE.



    Any party that manufactures, imports, uses, sells, or offers for sale the above patented technology without permission/license from Really Right Stuff, LLC, during the term of the patent and within the country that issued the patent, is considered to infringe the patent.