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3 Legged Thing Announces ZAARA: Dedicated L-bracket for Nikon Z9

- 2 years ago

3LT, the British tripod titans have revealed a new dedicated L-bracket for the Nikon Z9 mirrorless camera. Following on from its sibling, the Zelda L-bracket for Nikon Z5, Z6, Z7, Z6 II, and Z7 II, 3 Legged Thing has announced the all-new ZAARA. Read on for more.  

3 Legged Thing Zaara on camera

The newly designed L-bracket from 3LT, has been developed to flawlessly fit the contours of the Nikon Z9 and allows users to switch orientations, maintaining the same focal plane.

Stuart Boston, COO of 3 Legged Thing, said: “We have had many requests from customers to make an L-bracket for the Nikon Z9. We’ve listened to all their feedback and designed Zaara to ensure it gives Z9 users full L-bracket functionality. We feel sure that Z9-owners will love using Zaara.”

3 Legged Thing Zaara with Rotolight NEO 3 Pro
The 3 Legged Thing Zaara allows for simple pairing with accessories: shown here with the Rotolight NEO 3 Pro.

The new L-bracket from 3 Legged Thing’s contours offer users complete access to the camera’s battery door and to lower ports in the side of the camera with the base closed. The headphone and mic ports can also be accessed by extending Zaara’s base.

The vertical aspect of the new Zaara has a ¼”-20 screw thread to allow for simple attachment of accessories, and two dual 1/4″-20 and 3/8”-16 threads are set into the base for use in portrait orientation.

Pricing and Availability

3 Legged Thing’s new Zaara for Nikon Z9 is available in signature Copper or Metallic Slate Grey colours, as well as 3LT’s new Darkness matte black.
It is available now at and from authorised dealers across the globe at the suggested retail price of £129.99.

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