I am considering buying an L bracket for my Canon 70D. The camera has a vari-angle (foldable and twistable) LCD display, and the mounting of the L bracket will limit the degrees of freedom of the screen movement. For example, the product description on Really Right Stuff's homepage includes the following:
Note About LCD Articulation: Remember that any L-plate, including ours, will limit articulation of the LCD screen on this camera. An L-plate, by design, has a dovetail that is adjacent to the left-hand side of the camera. The very presence of this dovetail will prevent the user from twisting the LCD screen when it is open.
I am not sure though how to fully interpret this. Does this mean the display cannot be opened when stowed with the backside out once you mount the L bracket (since this requires twisting)? Or is it a less "severe" limitation? The images available on RRS's and other manufacturers' homepages don't really tell the whole story in my opinion.