Wooden Camera Launches Accessories For Canon EOS C70

Wooden Camera announces a full range of accessories compatible with the new Canon EOS C70, adding to their long line of modular parts, and further improving customization to better fit camera operators’ personal requirements.

Operators can expand the C70’s rigging surface with a contoured Top Plate and improve handheld agility with the Mini Top Handle--both of which feature a multitude of ¼”-20, ⅜”-16, and ARRI Standard mounting points for securing additional Wooden Camera or third-party accessories. A compatible Monitor Hinge increases on-camera monitor visibility with a wide, 180-degree tilting angle; this mount arrives with standard locating pins for SmallHD monitors and includes an additional rubber pad for attaching third party monitors. For lens support and convenient on/off quick-release mounting with tripods, the LW 15mm Baseplate provides 15mm rod pass-through brackets and an ARCA Swiss standard dovetail system with safety lock.

Power accessories for the Canon C70 include the Battery Slide Pro with Gold Mount & V-mount options, extending camera life with auxiliary brick batteries during longer, on-location shoots. Position of the plates can be adjusted with a loosening slide mount, which retains access to the original C70 battery compartment and allows operators to hot-swap power between both BPU and brick batteries. Additional power features include 3x D-Tap ports with a digital fuse that cuts off accessory power when usage exceeds 3.8 amps, while camera power is maintained.

Bundled accessory kits are offered in Base, Advanced, and Pro versions.

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