SmallRig VersaFrame DSLR Cage 1630

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The rods on both sides let you go handheld right away. Both rods can be adjusted in height and position around the camera, and one side can even be completely removed if not needed. All camera connections, buttons, dials and the battery door remain fully accessible. Our custom hotshoe pinch connects your camera into one solid piece with the cage. Plenty of 1/4"-20 mounting threads allow for assembly of a full rig to your needs.This small camera cage is very lightweight.

650D, 600D, 550D, 500D, 450D, 760D, 750D, 700D, 100D, 1200D;
Nikon D3200 D3300 D5200 D5500;
Sony a58, a7, a7R, a7S, a7 II, a7S II, a7R II;
Panasonic GH5/GH4/GH3/GH2
Fufifilm X-T2

The height of the cheese rods is 125mm, the width of this cage is 196mm.

If you are using a medium-sized camera, such as Canon 5D MarkII/Mark III, 7D, 60D, 6D, Nikon D800, please take a look at Medium Size Cage 1584.

2x M12-125mm Cheese Rods 1457
2x Short Arms
2x Long Arms 1643
1x Baseplate(with 1/4'' mounting screw) 1657
1x Top Plate
1x Hot Shoe Connector
2x M4 Screws
8x 1/4" Screws
2x Hex Spanners

Material: Aluminum Alloy

Net Weight: 400g


  • 5

    Posted by Roberto Tolin Sommer on 20th Feb 2017

    Very good value for the money. Good quality construction. No problems with follow focus (the camera get very firm with the hot shoe mount (i use it with a GH3). The wood handles are mandatory if you work in cold weather. The aluminium gets freezing cold and the handles give you a much better grip.

  • 3
    So close!

    Posted by Doug Stanford on 2nd Apr 2016

    With the very limited options for A6300 cages on the market I was really excited to see Smallrig's offering, it looked perfect! While the construction is quite solid and attractive, I found that unfortunately the camera has a decent amount of play, swiveling a fair bit left and right, even when tightened down as hard as possible with a screw driver. This will make using a follow focus quite challenging. If there was a better rubber grip option, or some sort of locking bar that could be tightened down on the back of the cage to lock the camera in place it would be perfect!

  • 5

    Posted by Sina on 15th Mar 2016

    Saw the product is very like it, great design