The Scorpion Jr. is perfect for small and lightweight cameras. It works with all GoPro action cameras, smartphones, and most DSLR / Mirrorless cameras. It comes with an adjustable accessory shoe and 10” Accessory Wing to mount multiple accessories at the same time. Easily attach microphones, monitors, and LED lights. The Scorpion JR features a comfortable neoprene grip that supports cameras up to 3.5 lbs. And the Scorpion JR also features a collapsible design, separate the base from the handle for easy storage in your camera bag.
|(1) Cold Shoe Mount
(1) 10” – Accessory Wing Mount
|Construction: Composite thermoplastic and customLoad
Capacity: 3.5 LB (1.6 kg) Mounting Screw: 1/4"-20Vertical
Clearance: 5.75" (14.6 cm) Mounting plate to the bottom of the handle.
Dimensions: H 12 x W 4.25 x L 8.5" (304.8 x 107.95 x 215.9 mm) Weight: 12 OZ (0.30 kg)
The Scorpion Jr. is a versatile handheld camera stabilizer & support Rig. It is designed for smaller cameras like the GoPro, smartphones, and most DSLR's.
Easily connect your favorite LED light, Mic, or monitor with the built in Accessory Shoe.
The Collapsible design allows the handle to separate from the base for easy transport and storage.
The Neoprene grip allows you to comfortable hold the Scorpion Jr. and reduces vibration feedback.
Featuring a Standard 1/4"-20 Threaded Socket allows the Scorpion Jr. to be mounted to most tripods.
The Scorpion Jr. displaces the weight of your gear by separating your hand from directly holding the camera body. When holding the Scorpion Jr. and not the camera, motion and movement is naturally dampened. The Scorpion Jr. can facilitate moves that look like a professional camera stabilizer or jib arm.
I love the Scorpions design! It is the perfect grip for my cameras, I already have a couple and got this one because of the big wing. Its great for mounting flash shoe accessories but some wont fit. Ive had this problem before. Some seem longer than others and wont slide into the channel. I just use my ball head for those that have this issue or I turn the flash shoe on others. For example I just loosen the mount on my RODE Go microphone and rotate it so that it fits in. No big deal! Kind of annoying but worth it. Seems like you always need tools and hardware for photography so im used to it.