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RRS L Bracket for Olympus E-5

I have just found the above item in a drawer and my E-5 is long gone.
It has been used in the past with a split ring and strap so some of the paint/coating has worn off on the corner of the 'L'
If anyone is interested I will take some images and come up with a price (or listen to offers).
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Re: RRS L Bracket for Olympus E-5

Sounds interesting (presuming a suitable fit for an E-3?). Images and an idea of cost please?
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Re: RRS L Bracket for Olympus E-5

This image isn't mine (I am just about to take some shots), but the description is better than anything I could come up with and there is nothing on the RRS site.
I am thinking of 45 plus postage?
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Re: RRS L Bracket for Olympus E-5

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Re: RRS L Bracket for Olympus E-5

I use the Manfrotto version on my E3, this looks much less cumbersome and easier to fit.
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Re: RRS L Bracket for Olympus E-5

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I use the Manfrotto version on my E3, this looks much less cumbersome and easier to fit.
Yes, it is quite light and small compared to a lot of L brackets I have seen, but it is also extremely sturdy.
It fits the E-3, E-5 and E-30, but not with the battery grip attached.
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Re: RRS L Bracket for Olympus E-5

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I use the Manfrotto version on my E3, this looks much less cumbersome and easier to fit.
It should be pointed out that the RRS fits Arca Swiss compatible clamps.
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