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Tiffen Introduces the Stroboframe Pro-DCRS Professional Digital Camera Rotating System
Posted Oct 19, 2007 Print Version     Page 1of 1

Stroboframe a division of The Tiffen Company, has announced the introduction of the Pro-DCRS, an innovatively designed bracket for DSLR and 35mm cameras. The Pro-DCRS offers the latest in Stroboframe design, quality and engineering.

The Stroboframe Pro-Digital Camera Rotating System is a fully-functioning bracket right out of the box - no additional accessories are required. The Pro-DCRS comes with a Universal Camera Mounting Plate, a built-in tripod/ballhead mount and quick-release plate. Designed for the professional, the Pro-DCRS fits even the largest DSLR cameras. Whether shooting portraits or landscapes, or something in between, the Pro-DCRS offers a wide range of versatility and convenience.

The bracket features a revolutionary design in today’s photographic accessories market. The 2 Point "Sure-Lock" (patent pending) rotating system glides on Delrin® components, providing a smooth and virtually silent 90 degree rotation, while locking firmly into place. Delrin® is strong, moisture resistant and has self-lubricating properties making it an ideal choice for a high performance, professional bracket.

Constructed of T6061 and T7075 aircraft aluminum, the Pro-DCRS is both lightweight and durable and is compatible with all Stroboframe Anti-Twist Plates and the Stroboframe QRC - quick release base (300-BASE). As with all of our Stroboframe brackets, the Pro-DCRS is backed with a 5-year warranty for quality assurance.

Stroboframe Pro-DCRS will be available at photo specialty dealers nationwide in November of 2007. Its suggested retail price is $249.95. For more information on Stroboframe brackets or any other Tiffen product, visit www.tiffen.com.

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