Wimberley P20 Quick Release Plate. One a line of Arca-Swiss style quick-release plates for collared lenses. These plates have important innovative features that distinguish them from other plates on the market. Lens feet with larger 3/8" mounting holes require insertion of a 3/8" to 1/4" reducer bushing to fasten plates using these holes.
The Wimberley P20 quick release plate for lenses is made of silky-smooth andonised aluminium, with anti-twist flanges to trace the edges of the lens' tripod collar. It fits all the Arca-type quick release adapters, which are made by many different companies such as Acratech, Arca-Swiss, Foba, Graf/Studioball, Gitzo, Novoflex, NPC and (of course) Wimberley.
- Dual Safety Stops
The safety stops at the front & back of the Wimberley P20 plate prohibit your lens from accidentally slipping out of the quick release adapter(easily removed with supplied hex wrench if desired).
- Double-Dovetail Cross-Section
The Wimberley double-dovetail design allows attachment of their Shape Shifter flash bracket system to the upper or lower surface of the P20 plate.
- Works with All Common Flash Brackets
Drilled holes accept flash arms from Kirk & Really Right Stuff
- Combine with two Module 1 Quick Release Arms(B&H item code "WIM1") for a brilliant support base for using your long lens atop a beanbag
The P20 plate is for use with the following lenses:
Nikon: 300mm 2.8 MF, 300mm 2.8 AF, 300mm 2.8 AF-I, 70-200mm 2.8 VR P-20 + SW-100, 200mm 2.0 VR P-20
Canon: 100mm Macro w/ Collar 28-300 IS, 35-350mm, 70-200mm 2.8, 80-200mm 2.8, 100-400mm, 180mm Macro, 200mm 1.8, 200 2.0, 200mm 2.8 w/ opt. collar, 300mm 4.0 IS, 300mm 2.8, 400mm 5.6, 400mm 4.0 DO
Sigma: 120-300mm f2.8, 150mm 2.8 Macro, 300mm 2.8
Minolta: 300mm 2.8
Olympus (Zuiko digital): 35-100mm 2.0, 50-200mm
Tokina: 300mm 2.8
Tamron: 70-200mm 2.8,300mm 2.8
Pentax:300mm 2.8 MF SMCP-A
Note for Sigma Lenses:
The above recommendations assume that the standard factory foot is installed on the lens. It has come to our attention that Sigma sometimes installs their larger TS-41 Replacement Collar and Foot on their lenses. We suggest that you measure the length of the foot on your lens to make sure that our suggested plate is correct (the plate should be about 1" longer than the foot on your lens).
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