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Lastolite LL LA2412 TriFlash Three Pocket Flash Tilt-Head Shoe mount


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  • Umbrella tilt head attaches to any light stand or extension arm.
  • Can mount three flash guns.
  • Turn flash power down for faster recycle times and longer battery duration.
  • Provides a wider spread of light.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00275SUVM
  • Item model number: LL LA2412
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

The TriFlash is a unique bracket to allow photographers to attach up to three flash guns on to one light stand. The bracket also features an umbrella socket so the gun(s) can be used with or without a shoot through or reflective umbrella. Whether you are looking for increased overall power or a quicker recycling time with the guns on lower power, the TriFlash will be a valuable addition to your kit.

Customer Reviews

A very useful product that is well made and sturdy.
D. Turner
I use it with 3 flashes and my Westcott parabolic umbrella and it is able to handle the weight very well.
Jennifer Grover
I might do what someone else said and file them down a bit.
Kimbo Slice

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By kc_shutterbug on April 6, 2011
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Because the description isn't clear on the matter, it's worth noting that this product is exactly as pictured; that is, it includes the swivel adapter which fits any standard spigot. I was initially hesitant to make this purchase as I was under the impression that the product was only the upper triple cold shoe bracket, and I was having trouble justifying the price. As it turns out, this is comparable to a Manfrotto standard swivel adapter but which also includes the triple bracket *and* the cold shoes. Figure the swivel at ~$36 and the cold shoes at ~$11 each, and the triple bracket is effectively free!

With my 60" umbrella and 3 flash guns, this solid-metal swivel + bracket makes beautiful light; I really can't recommend it highly enough.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. Turner on November 24, 2009
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A very useful product that is well made and sturdy.
This product is a joy to use with my SB800's and it is well built and can take a day in the field on location as easy as a day in the studio. In fact I might just need to buy one or two more of these.
Best of all is how easy this tri-flash is to use, after a day with Photoshop CS4 and a day or two with the Nikon D700 camera manuals I can not tell you how much I enjoyed something simple that did not make me feel like a total dummy ten times before I got it right.There are cheaper ones out in the market but don't throw your money away, they break easy and this one is made to last.

D. Turner
Starlite Studios
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Paul Dymond on December 8, 2010
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When I took it outside in the midday Cairns sun (which is amazingly harsh) I was blown away by how soft the light from it was through a see-through umbrella. And how easy it was to overpower the sun and darken the background for a pleasing effect. It suddenly takes my flash photography outdoors in situations I never could have imagined shooting in before.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Traje on August 29, 2009
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The metal clip holders on the shoe mounts work well when the TriFlash is tilted. I use cheap Cactus V4 radios that don't have a locking mechanism between my SB800 and the Lastolite TriFlash Head Shoe mount. The metal clip holders keep my flash units from sliding off the shoe mount.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John Buono on November 12, 2011
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I hunted for a lot of multi shoe mounts and even considered a DYI project and then I accidentally found this during a search, and it works GREAT, you can mount three flashes and they are firmly mounted, with an umbrella mount. Well built. Finally I have enough light to fill my 72" umbrella.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Copeland on June 21, 2012
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There are a several of these 3 flash brackets out there for half the price but I went with this one because it holds the flashes in a bit tighter configuration. It is a nicely made bracket. it is tiny but seems strong and well made. The flash shoes are very tight and pushing my 600's and 580's into them is not so easy...so tight that there is no need to lock them in. Hopefully they will loosen up if I use them more You need to be careful adjusting the angle if you have 3 flashes on it finding a place to grip it seems awkward. All in all I am happy but will look at others if I purchase more.

EDIT... the flash shoes had these little metal inserts in them that I could see no use for and they made it very difficult to slide my flashes in the shoes. I removed them and now the strobes slide in easily and lock down tightly. I have no idea what those inserts were supposed to do but they are gone now and I like the bracket better now...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Hornacker on March 8, 2013
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I've been using this since 2010. It functions well as a cold shoe tri flash bracket.

It is solid, it's nicely made but my gripe is that if you wanted to tilt it down with the tension knob it is actually difficult to lock it down in between the (seemingly wide) sprockets. If you need a level in between the sprockets it is difficult and it will slip. It is especially annoying when you need tilt accuracy say when using a snoot or gridded strobe with just one strobe. It is very easy to not have the tilt in pre-determined increments and have a smooth tilt like other flash brackets. A swivel that doesn't swivel so well.

One of the clips fell out on first use so I removed them all - and for me (3 X SB26 flashes) fit in much better. There is a spring behind the knob that tightens onto the stand that started to come out, so I removed that with a pair of pliers with no discernable difference in functionality (what was that spring for?)

I don't want to seem too negative about this bracket, it's still in use 3 years later - but I do think it is overpriced and it does have flaws. Also, be careful how you store this bracket in your bags. It has sharp edges that will scratch other gear that it is stored with, especially during transportation. I'd suggest storing this in a small outside pocket of gear bags.

This last one is very minor, maybe someone can shed some light on this. Why the two holes for umbrella shafts? Only one has the screw and they're both in the tiltable section of the swivel.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Leonardo Avila Gutierrez. on April 22, 2012
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So far is an excellent addition to strobist kit, only thing is that it has no hole for Nikon speedlites lock, the fit with SB900's and SB600's feels secure so far.
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