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  • Great product to mini-cameras

    posted by italovalerio

    All metal partslittle but Strong Easy to holdThe surface contact with the camera is soft, so, this not scratch the camera
    If you need move the to many angles above the tripod, slider or crane head a mini-camera like Sony DSC's, it's a great product.If you create any domestic machine to movement cameras, you will need this. But remember, it's not a good product to DSLR's because the size.
    Great product and very good price
  • Totally AWESOME!

    posted by duckyyy

    What an awesome device!
    Allows you to keep flash/strobe on top in both landscape and portrait shooting modes.
    Heavy steel construction, very tough build!
    All parts move smoothly
    Has an extra hole on bottom for mounting this whole setup onto a tripod!
    Bottom plate is non-slip rubber compound.
    Positioning of camera is your choice! there are 5 positions to lock into on base plate.
    Height of flash bracket can be raised or lowered by 2 easily accessible screws.
    Flips smoothly.
    You may need an off camera cord or pc link to use this. Activation by your flash slave sensor may not work well if your camera does not have a hot shoe.
    Get this while its in stock! I waited awhile for this to come back. Comparable units such as the stroboframe mentioned below cost much more! this will help you avoid side lighting from your flash when shooting portraits. Much better than other flash flip systems, and more compact than a camera flip system.
  • Works perfectly

    posted by Criggie

    I had a home CCTV security camera on a stand, and it used to drift about because the fastenings all backed off over time.This stand works perfectly to hold the camera still on the angle I place it.The adjuster is a big clamp which tightens up smoothly and holds great.
    These stands seems to be all the same length from top to bottom, which is handy.The standard camera tripod bolt thread works for all cameras and CCTV cameras with a normal tripod socket in the bottom (or top)
    If its what you need, it's what you need.
  • Professional flash bracket

    posted by bolmania

    It is a very solid bracket. Truly professional. Can be folded by unlocking the joints. These are solid as well.At the top is a flash hotshoe, which can be screwed off. This is very handy, as one would need to use a flash cable. The end of the cable (which is also a hotshoe) can simply be screwed on.
    Now I need to find the occasion to use the flash on this bracket. I am not really a professional who needs to flash on a daily basis.
    It is definitely a good investment.
  • Works as it should

    posted by Floydbloke

    I picked up a Minolta 4000AF Flash bundled with some lenses that I bought for my Sony A350. Because it’s an older style flash unit the connector doesn’t fit the shoe (physically and electronically) on my camera and I need to use the adapter cable that fits on the shoe instead. That would leave me holding the camera in one hand and the flash gun in the other. This gets pretty heavy quite quickly and is a rather poor way to attempt half decent flash photography.This bracket is exactly what I needed to overcome this and get back some control. It is of solid contruction yet it’s relatively light. All the screws and connectors etc. fit snug and well giving a very secure mounting. The handle is nice and sturdy now allowing me to hold the camera steady and adjust all controls with relative ease. The colour is a nice neutral black to blend in with the rest of the kit. It gives it that semi professional look as well which is kind of cool or kind of nerdy depending on if you like that sort of thing.
    I’m not so sure about the claim of red-eye reduction just by mounting the flash at a slightly different distance from the camera sensor. This seems a bit far-fetched to me. I would suggest there are far superior photographical techniques, and even post processing technologies available to prevent red-eye.
    Sturdy bracket, functions as it should, good value for money.

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