Canon 200mm f/2.0 Lens Foot | LCF-41

SKU: LCF-41
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$85.00

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Some collared telephoto lenses have a foot that can be removed. If your lens has this option, choose the Really Right Stuff LCF-41 foot replacements instead of a lens plate. The LCF-41 was designed with built-in-dovetail mounting, which will make it lighter, lower in profile, and provide the best possible stability for your lens. The RRS LCF-41 foot replacement is precision machined from solid blocks of 6061-T6 aluminum and is fully compatible with any RRS dovetail quick-release system. The LCF-41 replaces the Canon lens collar foot on the Canon 200mm/f2 lens. The unique design allows lens with pro-size camera body and 1.4x extender to perfectly balance. 

1. To remove the Canon foot, use the M2.5 hex key tool that comes with the LCF-41 to completely remove the four Canon mounting screws.

2. To install the LCF-41, use the four original Canon M3 screws and secure the RRS foot to the lens collar.

3. If your mounting screws loosen over time, consider using a drop of medium threadlocker, such as Vibratite or Loctite 242 for better security.

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• CNC machined 6061-T6 Aluminum
• Anodized; Type II Black
• 1/4"-20 threaded accessory mounting socket 
  1. (1) Canon 200mm f/2.0 lens foot
  2. (2) M3 safety-stop screw
  3. (1) M2.5 hex key
  4. (1) User's guide
  1. Length: 4.8"/ 122mm
  2. Height: 1.3"/ 33mm
  3. Weight: 2.8oz/ 79g

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Ratings & Reviews

Not Compatible With Vertical Grip

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A pinch point is created between the back of the lens foot and the 1D series camera body vertical grip. You need to rotate the tripod collar to remove the lens foot from obstructing the vertical grip. Lens foot should not extend reward past the lens mounting point. I found this item unusable and utilize a different manufacturer's lens foot as this lens hand held most of the time.

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