BOEM52 Set: L-plate and grip for OM-D E-M5 Mark II


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Really Right Stuff modular L-plate systems have all of the same advantages of our amazing L-plates, but are made from three different components: 

1. Conventional base plate 

2. Dedicated vertical L-component that mounts on the left-hand side of the base plate 

3. Custom grip that mounts on the right-hand side, significantly improving the handling performance of small camera systems. 

The modular approach offers much greater flexibility, allowing the photographer to remove the added components for a slimmer profile, or when maximum access to the side ports is needed.

  • Custom machined grip component provides solid single-hand grip and exceptional comfort
  • Wrap-around design allows maximum anti-twist with complete battery door access
  • Continuous dovetail across bottom maintains flat surface stability
  • L-Component slides in a tongue-and-groove attachment point on the base plate to allow prefered fit for screen articulation
  • CNC machined 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Anodized; Type II Black
  • Modular Design for maximum flexibility
  • (1) 1/4"-20 threaded accessory mounting socket
  • Laser engraved center mark
  • Integrated QD socket
    1. BOEM52 base plate
    2. BOEM52-L L-component
    3. BOEM52-G Grip Component
    4. (2) B107 custom 1/4"-20 captive screw
    5. (3) M3 safety-stop screws (2 used for mounting grip)
    6. 5/32" hex key for a B107 screw and 1/4"-20 screws
    7. M2.5 hex key for an M3 screws
    8. L-plate user's guide
  • Length: 5.4" / 13.6cm
  • Height: 2.8" / 72mm
  • Width: 2" / 50mm
  • Weight: 3.7 oz / 106g
  • 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.