Non-Twist Cinelock Cradle Mounting Kit

(1 customer review)

USD$44.25

The Non-Twist Cinelock Cradle Mounting Kit allows your 16×9 Cinelock to hard-mount to SmallHD monitors, ARRI 3/8″ Pin-Loc patterns and to various 1/4″ & 3/8″ cheese plate patterns within .44″ to 1″ spacing. The perfect non-twist companion set to your 16×9 Cinelock or Kondor Blue Mini Quick Release Plate.

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This kit includes all screws, dowel pins, thread adapters to mount your Cinelock to ARRI, SmallHD and various cheese plate mounting patterns (1/4 to 1/4, 1/4 to 3/8, 3/8 to 3/8) within .44″ to 1″ spacing.

Non-Twist Cradle adds 0.32″ / 8mm stacking height.

Screws Included
1x 3/8-16″ x 3/8″ Cinelock Socket Screw (Note: Can be used in place of slotted screw for regular 3/8 Cinelock use!)
1x 3/8-16″ x 7/8″ Cinelock Socket Screw
1x 1/4-20″ x 3/4″ Cinelock Socket Screw
2x 1/4-20″ x 3/8″ Button Head Socket Screw
1x 1/4 to 3/8″ Thread Adapter
2x SmallHD Dowel Pins (Dowel pins are provided loose. Recommended to set in place with Loctite before use. Can be then knocked out if needed)
2x 3mm Arri Dowel Pins (Dowel pins are provided loose. Recommended to set in place with Loctite before use. Can be then knocked out if needed)
3x #2-56″ x 3/8″ Phillips Flat Head Screw (used to replace 16×9 Cinelock screws to mount non-twist cradle directly to Cinelock Female cradle for ARRI use)

3/8-16″ Socket Screws are tightened using a 7/32″ hex key.

1/4-20″ Socket screws are tightened using a 5/32″ or 4mm hex key.

Other screw sets to adapt Non-Twist Cinelock Cradle to individual mounting patterns (ARRI, SmallHD) are available. See our other Non-Twist Cinelock Cradle mounting kits available here.

Solidly built with Anodized Aircraft Aluminum & Stainless Steel.

1 review for Non-Twist Cinelock Cradle Mounting Kit

  1. Christopher Valites (verified owner)

    Darrel’s an absolute gem. I bought the right part for the right purpose, but needed a little help getting there to attach it as needed, and he was absolutely amazing in helping me out over the phone. I already recommend UI for everything I can, but that just adds more weight to the pile for why.

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