PLND800x L-Bracket, Nikon D800, D810, Arca-Swiss Type (L-Plate)

$99.95 USD $129.95
Free shipping for orders $100 above (USA)


  • Two-piece design
  • Fits the Nikon D800 or D810 camera body without a battery grip
  • Arca-Swiss compatible
  • Two safety stops on vertical and horizontal surfaces
  • Slide-out mechanism for cable access
  • Easy battery access
  • Built-in Allen wrench storage
  • Made of aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Black scratch-resistant anodized finish
  • Made in USA
  • 5-year warranty

The ProMediaGear PLND800x L-Bracket for Nikon D800 or D810 without a battery pack installed. It is made of aircraft-grade CNC machined aluminum. It fits the bottom of the camera precisely and is made of two parts.

The two-piece design is made so that the camera ports will remain accessible. The battery compartment is also free from any obstruction.

The PLND800x is Arca-swiss compatible. This means it will work with any Arca-compatible clamps from other brands too.

Other features include extra safety stops, built-in Allen wrench storage, and a detachable design. If ever you do not need the vertical part, you can just unscrew it and leave the base plate attached.

The PLND800x comes with a 5-year warranty so get yours today and shoot without worries.

What's Included
  • L-Bracket
  • Removable Strap Loop
  • Allen Wrenches (5/32" & 1/16")

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Gabe Border

This Bracket is fantastic. I love how the bottom plate is wide and cups the entire underside of my camera. It is very secure for holding my tilt-shift lenses. I also like how well it attaches with my head of choice...the Arc-Swiss Cube.

Pat Murray
D800 L Bracket

Good value for money product. Well made and delivered promptly. Only beef was that product no. did not match stock no. ordered. Actually got a PBND800,can see no difference though. I queried this with the company, but got no response. Still happy though. Cheers.

Rich Rauenzahn
Very nice

Very happy with it. I would give it an extra star if the door was more accessible (I have to use a small pen cap to pop it open) I don't know how (or if) you could do it, but somehow accommodating a "blackrapid" connector (without having to remove it to mount on tripod) would be really nice. I'm finding I don't like how the camera hangs from shoulder straps, so may move to that other system so the lens hangs down.

Juat Great!

ProMediaGear nailed this build. The body bracket is solid, well machined and fits well in my RRS clamp. Well Done!