Wooden Camera Releases New Ultra QR Articulating Monitor Mount

Wooden Camera is now shipping the Ultra QR Articulating Monitor Mount, a quick-release solution designed to support up to 45 pounds and easily integrate with select SmallHD production monitors.

“We’re excited for filmmakers to see just how versatile it is,” says Dominick Aiello, Senior Director of Accessories at Creative Solutions. “From natively supported, lightweight, SmallHD monitors to hefty 45-pounders, this rugged, reliable mount can handle it all.”

Compatible with most production monitors, this Ultra QR accessory mounts via the 75mm or 100mm VESA Hole Standard or an ARCA Swiss Rail. It attaches to any 5/8” male baby pin system.

The ARCA Swiss dovetail clamp quick-release offers a perfect fit for SmallHD Monitors with the ARCA Swiss rail including the OLED 22, CINE 24, VISION 17, VISION 24 and CINE 13 monitors.

The friction-ball system allows a wide range of articulation and quick adjustments, without having to completely loosen the ratchet handle. Users simply tighten the handle once they find a preferred position and the mount provides a reliable hold.

One 3/8"-20 and two 1/4"-20 mounting points are located on the top of the mount for adding articulating arms, video receivers, or other accessories.

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