Edelkrone QuickRelease One v2 Announced – Lighter and Stronger | CineD



Edelkrone has just released version 2 of its popular universal quick release system: the Edelkrone QuickRelease One v2. This new version is lighter, stronger, and now has two levers, which make switching between equipment in seconds even easier. Let’s take a closer look at it!

Edelkrone QuickRelease One v2 – Features

Edelkrone just released the second version of its popular universal quick release system: the Edelkrone QuickRelease One v2. The Edelkrone QuickRelease One is not a new concept as the first version came out in 2015.

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This quick release system supports cameras up to 6.6lbs/3kg, which makes it suitable for DSLR and mirrorless cameras. The concept behind the Edelkrone QuickRelease One v2 is pretty simple:

  1. You attach the QuickRelease One v2 to the bottom of your camera via a 1/4-20″ mounting screw.
  2. Then, you can mount your camera to any tripod/slider/jib/gimbal or grip equipment that features a 1/4-20″ mounting screw by merely turning the lever on the QuickRelease One v2.
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According to Edelkrone, it just takes 3 seconds to mount/release your camera from any 1/4-20″ screw. This concept is great if you don’t want to invest in a lot of different quick release plates and mounting plates. So what’s new with this second version?

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Edelkrone QuickRelease One v2 – What’s New

Edelkrone didn’t totally change the product between the old and new versions. The concept remains the same, and it’s still made out of CNC machined aluminum & stainless steel components.

However, the company improved the QuickRelease One v2 by making it lighter at 3.5oz/100g. Also, there are now two levers to mount/release your camera as well as “a new ribbed design that provides a better, stronger grip,” according to Edelkrone.

Price and Availability

The Edelkrone QuickRelease One v2 is available now for $99.00/€90.00.

You got it, no significant change here, and if you already have the first version, you’ll have to decide for yourself if it’s worth upgrading or not.

What do you think about this new version of the QuickRelease One? Have you ever used the first version? What quick release system do you use for your camera? Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below!


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