NEW VEO CLAMPS - Making the most of the VEO Accessories Ecosystem

NEW VEO CLAMPS - Making the most of the VEO Accessories Ecosystem

May 08, 2022 , Vanguard World

We're pleased to announce the introduction of two VEO Clamps – VEO CP-46 and VEO CP-65, that are small enough to carry in any bag or jacket pocket, and attach to a tripod support arm to offer a stable platform for any shot, wherever you are.

When paired with a support arm (or magic arm), such as the VEO TSA DLX, these clamps allow you to transform almost any object into a base for your shot, reducing the need to carry a tripod. Great for everyday use, and perfect for holidays where baggage restrictions continue to limit a travelling photographer, while disguising the fact that you’re carrying valuable camera kit when you reach your destination. 

At the end of each clamp, there are two threaded holes, a 1/4” and a 3/8”, allowing you to attach any support arm.  There is then a third 1/4” threaded hole on the opposite side of the locking knob for maximum versatility. Each of these threaded holes incorporate bayonet slots on each side so that you can be assured that the support arm won’t slip when set up, and making it a perfect partner for the VEO TSA DLX.

The inside of each clamp has a textured rubber pad that maximises grip, while protecting the surface the clamp is attached to.  At the end of each clamp is a clasp that can swing 180° to the best position for the surface.

For flat surfaces like tables:

Or circular surfaces like poles or railings:

With a load capacity of up to 2.5kg on the VEO CP-65, and 1.5kg on the VEO CP-46, you can attach an everyday camera kit or multiple accessories. 

So why not slip a VEO Clamp and a VEO TSA DLX into your pocket and free your creativity?


Why not read about some of the other lines in the VEO Ecosystem?


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