- 1/4"-20 accessory mounting thread
- 3/8"-16 mounting thread for tripods and monopods
- Integrated loop for safety tethers (carabiners)
- Arca-Swiss compatible plate
- Lightweight and durable
- Made of T6061 Aircraft-grade Aluminum
- Made in the USA
- 5-year Warranty
ProMediaGear PLXS1 Lens Foot Replacement for Sony
This lens foot is made of T6061 aluminum. It is CNC precision-machined making it fit seamlessly. The material used also means that it is lightweight yet durable for heavy lenses.
The PLXS1 is designed to accommodate carabiners and safety hooks so your equipment does not fall in case of accidents.
- Replacement Foot
- (2) 1/4-20 Mounting Screws (Optional 3/8-16 Screws Available)
- Allen wrench set
- Stop screws (already installed)
Title says it mostly. The foot is low profile, very strong and stable . It’s nothing fancy just quality that works as it should . It’s of a higher quality I believe than the oem quick release Sony foot .
Absolutely amazing, far better then the OEM and when paired with my Katana Jr. Gimbal the arca plates bevels line up 100%. And the ability to use the ss2 port is a major bonus
I had been using a PMG plate on my Sony lens for almost a year with no issues. I bought the PMG foot to reduce weight and the extra connection. The lens foot works flawlessly. It is very well made. I would recommend it to anyone using the Sony 200-600.
I actually used this with my new Sony 70-200mm f2.8 G Master II. It fit perfectly with the exception of the mounting screw (the hole did not line up). I used a metal drill bit to grind a slight notch at the top of the hole. After that, no problem the screw went in. Great product that gives me versatility going from camera to campers lens to tripod to camera bag (I modified my bag also).
I got this so I could have a lower profile foot than attaching an arca plate on the stock foot so the lens could fit inside my bag more easily. This replacement foot attaches with a screw going into the 1/4" socket on the collar, which is very simple and provides a rock solid attachment with zero play. The downside to this is that you need an allen key to take the foot off, which doesn't bother me in the slightest because the only time I ever removed the stock foot was to install this new one.
Overall, this is a more solid, lower profile, and lighter weight solution than the stock foot with a long arca plate attached, and it provides a 3/8" and 1/4" holes in case you need to stick on something like a Manfrotto 501PL plate or other larger video plate without needing to switch back to the default foot. I definitely recommend it.