Nikon Z9 gets one L of a bracket with the 3 Legged Thing Zaara

3 Legged Thing Zaara
(Image credit: 3 Legged Thing)

Funky and fashionable British tripod and accessory manufacturer 3 Legged Thing has released a custom-fit L-bracket for the Nikon Z9. Named Zaara, 3LT has designed the L-bracket to perfectly fit the contours of the Z9 and its unique design ensures that it functions correctly as an L-bracket, enabling users to switch orientations and maintain the same focal plane.

The best L-bracket is an essential tool for photographers who regularly use a tripod and are useful across a wide variety of photography genres. They enable image creators to quickly switch from landscape to portrait orientations and vice versa whilst maintaining a level horizon and keeping the same focal plane. 

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Adam Waring

Adam has been the editor of N-Photo: The Nikon Magazine for almost 12 years, and as such is one of Digital Camera World's leading experts when it comes to all things Nikon-related. 

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