Wimberley P20 3.9" Arca-Type Quick Release Plate for Telephoto Lenses

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About Wimberley P20

The Wimberley P20 quick release plate for lenses is made of silky-smooth anodized aluminum, 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.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(3)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (3),Fits well (3),Improves tripod function (3),Solid/sturdy (3)

Wimberley P20 Features

  • Dual Safety Stops: The safety stops at the front & back of the Wimberley P10 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 P10 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

Wimberley P20 Specifications

Compatibility
Telephoto Lenses / Arca-type quick release adapters
Dimensions
3.9" (98mm)

Wimberley P20 Reviews

Reviewed by 3 customers

 
5.0

Well-made, confidence inspiring

By

from Raleigh, NC  -  Pro Photographer

I bought this specifically for use with a 300/2.8 when a tripod or monopod is needed. It will also serve well with a 70-200/2.8. The machining and details are top quality. As a result, the fit with top quality heads by RRS, Kirk, etc. is perfect. Attachment to tripod is fast and sure, and I know I can count on things remaining in place. The length of the P20 is sufficient to allow proper balance with my Canon lenses and bodies. A longer version such as the P30 will give more adjustment range (sliding within the head clamp) if you want it to function in the manner of a macro rail. Be sure to use the anti-twist screws.

 
5.0

Works as it should

By

from Paradise, PA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I added this plate to the tripod collar/foot on the new Nikon 80-400mm lens. I did not like the short foot, and I wanted to be able to use the lens with my tripod or monopod. It aligned perfectly and does what I expected.

 
5.0

nice plat

By

from india  -  Casual Photographer

recently i have purchased a redged ball head from adorama which came with a plate.Plate was poorly made & my canon 100-400 kept on rotating and slipping off the axis .changing to this plate solved that problem as it came with a non rotating mechanism.excellent plate.

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Shopper  does the p20 make sense on a monopod with a canon 70-200 2.8 L is?
NILS P  Yes it does. I have QR plates on all my long lens and QR L-plates on the camera bodes. It gives me more flex ability and I can easily get my camera and lens setup balanced on the ball heads on my tripod and monopod. With your 70-200 it is best to have the lens mounted to the mono pod to ease the pressure on the lens mount and gives you better control of the camera on the monopod.
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