DM-Accessories UNI-FLAT

DM-Accessories UNI-FLAT

Need to raise a little bit your accessory ?
No blue pills needed ! ;o)

€19.92
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Description

On some devices, plugging an accessory blocks access to some functions (zoom, ...)

With this simple adaptor

UNI-FLAT manufactured by DM-Accessories

you can raise your accessory and unlock the blocked functions.

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This device weighs about 2 ounces / 50 grams and raises the mounted device by over 1/2” / 14mm.

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We can read here or there...

The UNI-FLAT raises the position of a universal cold shoe device for better use on some equipment. In some cases, the locking nut of a microphone will hinder the use of some controls on a camcorder, UNI-FLAT helps overcome this problem. On the JVC Everio camcorders, this adapter is required in order to mount the Rode Videomic, otherwise the zoom control will prevent the mic from mounting. Also, some Panasonic camcorders, such as PV-GS300, need this to retain some controls when used with some mics.

Also, the Rode Stereo Video Mic (SVM) does not fit the Canon 60D, T2i and other Canon SLRs, this adapter allows you to mount the SVM to the Canon SLR without requiring filing the mic shoe base or the camera.

This adapter is only compatible with devices that have a universal shoe mount, and it does not pass along any electrical power or signal such as flash trigger, audio, etc.

This device weighs about 2 ounces / 50 grams and raises the mounted device by over 1/2” / 14mm.

This adapter is also compatible with hot shoes that use the universal mount shape, such as Sony’s IAS (Intelligent Accessory Shoe). IAS should not be confused with Sony’s AIS (Active Interface Shoe), which is smaller and completely non-standard. Please check your camcorder or your camcorder’s manual to be sure which one it has before purchasing.

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Compatible with

  • Any standard accessory shoe
  • JVC Everio caméscopes
  • Panasonic PV-GS300
  • Canon 60D
  • Canon T2i
  • Othes ? thank you to help me to complete this list...

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