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SmallRig adds an M6 Mark II Vlogging Cold Shoe Plate

SmallRig who produces some amazing little cages and accessories for your mirrorless cameras and DSLR's has added a pre-order for a Vlogging Cold Shoe Plate for the new M6 Mark II.

This allows you to attach two other accessories to the M6 Mark II while keeping them away from the LCD when it is flipped up and viewable by you.

Like all of SmallRig's accessories, this is straightforward in operation, and inexpensive.

We highly recommend SmallRig and will be doing some reviews in the future.

From SmallRig;

SmallRig Vlogging Cold Shoe Plate for Canon EOS M6 Mark II BUC2517 provides you with two cold shoes for mounting microphones, lights or other accessories. It mounts to the camera with an included 1/4”-20 screw, with soft rubber pad preventing scratches. On the bottom it features multiple 1/4”-20 threaded holes, so you can attach a small tripod or SmallRig Arca-type Plate APU2389, while ensure full access to camera’s battery. It also comes with a flat screwdriver on the bottom. The plate only weighs 44g so you can keep it on the camera all the time.

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