Kirk PZ-128 Quick Release Camera Plate for Canon EOS 5D MkII

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The Kirk PZ-128 Quick Release Camera Plate fits Canon's EOS 5D MkII camera. It provides a secure quick release capability with Arca-style release systems including Kirk, Arca-Swiss, Acra-Tech and Wimberley.

Kirk Quick Release Camera Plates

Kirk custom machined lens plates are Arca-style compatible and expertly crafted from solid alloy aluminum. Many models feature precisely contoured anti-twist flanges or a non-pivoting lip design. These features keep the plates from twisting and enhance rigidity. All are anodized with a scratch-resistant black satin finish, and mounting screws are captive and machined from high strength stainless steel. You gain better control, greater speed, and more security with every shot.

Kirk quick release system


Kirk's tripod heads require a compatible quick release plate to be attached to the camera equipment. Kirk offer a range of dedicated camera plates, lens plates, lens collars and L-brackets. To find out which plate you need please click on one of the following links:

  • For Camera Plates please click here.
  • For Lens Plates please click here.
  • For Lens Collars please click here.
  • For L-Brackets please click here.

Once you have determined the correct plate for your equipment, they can be found on the Wex Photographic site by clicking the following links:

  • For Camera Plates please click here.
  • For Lens Plates please click here.
  • For L-Brackets and Lens Collars please click here.

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Product Specification

For Use With Canon EOS 5D MKII
Type Quick Release Camera Plate
Weight (g) 100
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Product Code: 1030167-wex Manufacturers Part Number: PZ-128 Got a question? Get it answered...