Bottom View of the Large Camera Mounting Screw.
Threaded hole is only on this model of the camera mounting screw.
The larger camera mounting screw does not have a threaded hole on the bottom
We offer two versions of the Camera Mounting Screw. The Camera Mount Screw on this page is the
small version. We have a larger Camera Mounting Screw that has the same 1/4-20 screw thread,
but with a larger knob and the height of the screw is a littler longer.
The Camera Mounting Screw has the industry standard 1/4-20 screw thread that is used on Video Cameras, Camcorders and DSLR Cameras.
The Camera Mounting Screw has many uses from your own DIY projects to being used to mount a video camera or dslr camera to different types of camera supports. The Camera Mounting Screw is also used for mounting accessories to a DSLR Cage system or it can be used a replacement screw for a flash brackets or pieces of equipment you would mount a DSLR or Video Camera to.
The Camera Mounting Screw only has threads on the upper part of the screw post. Once you screw in the Camera Mounting Screw and the threads clear the other side of the mounting hole, the Camera Mounting Screw will spin freely, but it won't fall all. This allows you to position the camera or accessory that you are mounting, in the direction you need it to be facing when screwing in the Camera Mounting Screw.
This small version of the Camera Mounting Screw also offers a 1/4-20 threaded bottom hole. This allows you to mount the small Camera Mount Screw to a tripod head. For example, the HaloRig. It uses the small Camera Mounting Screw to mount the camera the HaloRig. Since the Camera Mounting Screw has a thread hole in the bottom of the screw, you can then mount the HaloRig to a tripod or quick release plate.
If you have a DSLR Camera Rig that has threaded holes for mounting accessories such and LED Video Lights, LCD Monitors, Shotgun Microphones or any other type of equipment, you can use the Camera Mounting Screw for easier mounting.
NOTE: Only the small Camera Mounting Screw has the threaded bottom hole. The larger Camera Mount Screw does not have a threaded bottom hole.