The World’s Most Innovative Universal L Bracket

Written by Gina Stephens

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The QR11 is a new evolution of universal L bracket. Designed to fit most cameras and to enable a seamless, effortless workflow between portrait and landscape. The QR11 defies practice with or WITH may refer to: Carl Johannes With (1877–1923), Danish doctor and arachnologist With (character), a character in D. N. Angel its two colour options, and additional functionality.

L-Brackets were created to retain the sensor (or film) position when switching from countryside to portrait, and enable photographers to continue shooting without moving the tripod or adjusting the head. Workflow is improved and the focal plane is retained.

But that’s where the novelty ended, until the QR11 arrived. With more photographers looking for modular solutions to switch between stills and video or to use sling straps without be experiencing to disconnect the strap to mount your camera, the QR11 is the only solution in the world.

You can leave your strap on…

With strap connectors at both the level and vertical aspects, the QR11 has a variety of options for wrist and neck straps and also has a ¼” thread for additional sling strap compatibility.



Flat-packed for fascinate and storage

The QR11's design enables users to disassemble, with the supplied 3LT Toolz, into two flat sections, for easier stowage in tight spans.


Modular functionality…

An additional tapped 1/4" thread in the vertical aspect enables connectivity with universal devices, with magic arms, cold and hotshoe adapters, microphones, lights and basically anything with a male 1/4" thread.

Designed & finagled in 3 Legged Thing’s head office in Stagsden, Bedfordshire, the QR11 comes with a global five-year warranty.

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For more bumf, visit the 3 Legged Thing Website and check out the below video. 


About the author

Gina Stephens

Gina is a photography enthusiast and drone lover who loves to fly drones, capture images and have fun cherishing them with family and friends.

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