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Product description

【Light Weight amp; Portable】Small and light handy hot shoe only weight 42g. It is designed to mount camera monitor to your equipment. It features simplicity and quick adaptability.

【Steady amp; Durable amp; Safe】Made of aluminum alloy, the max load is 3.2kg (7lbs). Rubber gasket for easy positioning, increased stability and protection against looseness.

【Multi-angle Adjustable】Upper with 180° viewing angles and base with 360° rotations. You can always find the comfortable viewing angles from the monitors. It is an ideal accessory for vloggers, YouTubers, photographers.

【Suitable for A Variety of Shooting】Mini Hot Shoe Stand Monitor Mount can quick release and attach to camera monitor, led light, flash, camera microphone, etc.

【Smart Tools】One Handy Toolbox include: One Hot Shoe Mount; One Key Ring; One 8 in 1 Screw Fixtures (suitable for fixing screws on camera sliders, tripod, camera cage, camera gimbals etc); One Small Store Box (used for store screws and memory cards etc); One Hex Spanner (for quick lock and release the hot shoe mount).

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September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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