Our Mission at 3 Legged Thing has always been to add as much value through innovation as we can to our products, and the QR11 is no exception.
Stagsden, Bedfordshire (PRWEB UK) 5 July 2017
The new QR11 comes with triangular pads, designed to tessellate and provide as much surface contact as possible on the baseplate, which translates to more grip and a more secure connection. The base itself is the optimal length for most cameras, enabling more compatibility and better access to cable sockets. It features a quarter-inch threaded hole on the upright, for attaching other accessories, and a strap connector on both aspects. https://vimeo.com/220808896
“I really wanted to produce something cross-compatible with as many cameras as I could. I wanted to make something that is more than just an L-Bracket. Our Mission at 3 Legged Thing has always been to add as much value through innovation as we can to our products, and the QR11 is no exception,” said 3 Legged Thing’s Founder and Chief Executive, Danny Lenihan.
“I also wanted to produce something that was affordable,”said Lenihan. “So many L Brackets are upwards of £150 to £200, which is a lot of money for a student or any photographer, really. It’s important that we are as inclusive as we can be, so that photography enthusiasts, on smaller budgets, can still have the opportunity to use an L Bracket. At £49.99, I think we’ve achieved that.”
The QR11 also has another neat trick – it can be disassembled in seconds, using the included multi-tool (3LT-TOOLZ) and stored flat, making it easier to transport and stow. It also comes in two colour options: Equinox Copper and Eclipse Grey, to suit your style.
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Headquartered in a converted chicken shed (The Chicken Shed) on Kinsbourne Farm, in Stagsden, Bedfordshire, 3 Legged Thing is a small, British company of passionate people, creating and innovating camera support systems for photographers and videographers.
If you would like more information about this press release, please contact Danny Lenihan at +44 (0) 1234 947777 or email at danny(at)3leggedthing(dot)com.