K-Tek has introduced two versions of the Stingray ERX Holder to house the Zaxcom ERX audio and time code receiver.
Designed to offer extra protection, K-Tek said the new holders have a secure slip-on design. They feature dimples for no-slip handling. A custom cutout allows ample access to the ERX menu and controls.
An oversized top lip safeguards against accidental bumping while allowing clear access to the ERX knob and switch. Both KSERX2 and KSERX3 are compatible with all versions of Zaxcom’s ERX.
Ideal to mount on a camera, the KSERX2 features a removable ¼-20-inch threaded insert that accepts standard hardware like adjustable arms or various other mounting systems. An integrated Velcro backing allows for flat mounting directly onto surfaces like the back of the camera monitor.
The KSERX3 comes with a non-removable belt clip that can rotate in different directions. This unit can position the ERX on a belt, harness or the Molle straps on various Stingray products.
Both KSERX2 and KSERX3 are available at $40 each.
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