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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: MTX
Really Right Stuff has always rejected coin-slotted screws for our quick-release plates, no matter how convenient they may appear. Sufficient torque to properly fix the screw just can't be generated with a coin. Instead, we've always chosen hex-socket screws to anchor our quick-release plates. The hex-key is an elegant solution for the purpose. Hex keys deliver more than enough torque for the job, are compact, inexpensive, and universally available. The MTX® Multi-Tool is the perfect solution for carrying all of the different sized hex head bits used on all Really Right Stuff screws, as well as numerous other bits for common photographic industry equipment. But our product line continues to evolve and expand, leading to an ever-increasing number of tool requirements and types. How best to carry all the tools you need? Our MTX® Multi-Tool, of course! We offer a variety of alternate and replacement bits that allow you to customize your MTX® Multi-Tool for the way you use it.
All purpose multi-tool for every possible screw used on all RRS equipment, as well as most other industry-standard photographic equipment.
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MTX® Multi-Tool Users Manual
Our MTX® Multi-Tool is made by Really Right Stuff in California. All components, except for the tips, are sourced from US companies making goods in the US. The tips are made by a California company that operates factories in Taiwan.