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We'll cover some guidelines and decisions that a photographer will use to select the best possible tripod for their needs.
We'll cover some guidelines and decisions that a photographer will use to select the best possible tripod head for their needs.
Our guide discusses why we make our camera/lens plates (or brackets) the way we do and will help you find the right style for your needs.
Everything you need to know (and more) about our quick release clamps.
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Item Code: FA-QRCS2
Cold shoe SNAP QR™ Adapter, 1/4"-20 threaded. This SNAP QR™ adapter mounts hot shoe strobes to RRS flash brackets without the use of a TTL sync cable, but also has 1/4"-20 threaded socket on bottom for installation on any 1/4"-20 threaded post (same thread size as your camera's tripod socket). Works great with any Nikon or Canon strobe. The patented Really Right Stuff SNAP QR™ system is our custom quick-release solution for smaller photo and video accessories such as a flash unit, external video monitor, or shotgun microphone. The SNAP QR™ system has two parts, a clamp/base portion that will mount onto one of our flash brackets or standard dovetailed rails (depending on the type of base), and a quick-release adapter that will screw onto your photo or video accessory. This allows you to quickly mount or interchange any number of small accessories using an intuitive and secure quick-release.
Use this Cold shoe SNAP QR™ Adapter to mount your Speedlight strobe on any Really Right Stuff flash bracket or SNAP QR™ accessory without the use of a TTL sync cable for wireless mounting.
If you don't already have one, you'll need a SNAP QR™ base of some kind. Either our FA-QR-Bs, a QR signified flash ring mount, or our FA-QRM dovetail adapter. Once you have one of our QR base components, you’re all set.
SNAP QR™ User's Guide