The Sheet Plate Adapter Kit is a significant problem solver for camera protection, custom light modification, and set building.
Matthews’ Sheet Plate Adapter Kit makes on-set distancing easy.
Matthews Studio Equipment offers a smart solution for some of today’s on-set and real-world issues. The new Sheet Plate Adapter Kit makes it easy to quickly build custom dividers to protect against virus transmission, plus it offers a convenient holding method for standard grip equipment.
MSE’s new Sheet Plate Adapter Kit is a versatile bracket mount that securely adds a welded 3/8” pin to any sheet material such as Plexiglas, plywood, lauan, Masonite or a variety of fabrics like vinyl to create safe on-set barriers that can be easily sanitized. The new Sheet Plate Adapter kit makes it easy to quickly build custom dividers to protect against virus transmission, plus it comes in handy when you least expect it, to save the day with a convenient holding solution for standard grip equipment.
Two 3” steel plates sandwich the material via four bolts, provide an extremely solid connection. Small but mighty, this problem-solver can also help with camera protection, custom light modification, and set building.
Kit includes one plate with 3/8" pin, one backing plate, 4 bolts, and 4 nylon locking nuts.
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