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Fujifilm GFX 100 II - Arca Swiss L Bracket


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I have ordered, SmallRig L Bracket for my Fujifilm GFX 100 II.

But does not arrive till April.

Any suggestions for temporary one just for horizontal shots.

Could the GFX 100S fit now for temporary fix.

Thanks 

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I use a 3 Legged Thing L bracket that is not intended for a GFX body and is a generic large bracket they have.  It gives me enough space between the side of the camera body and the bracket that is becomes a handle and I have got used to this will all my bodies.  I get quite a few comments from other photographers seeing me use it since it provides ability to better stabilize in addition to the 90 degree rotation on a tripod.

I believe I have the QR11 Universal L-bracket system, but that may have been replaced by a new slightly different shaped model.

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