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Stroboframe Quick Flip 350 Flash Bracket for 35mm Cameras
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- Economical, compact flash pivoting bracket designed for most 35mm cameras
- Pivoting flash arm keeps flash centered above lens for horizontal and vertical compositions
- Machined, positive-locking shoe mount is interchangeable with optional handle mount
- Strong, lightweight aluminum construction; high-density neoprene foam side grip
- Nominal lens-to-flash distance of 12 inches; 9.5 inches tall; weighs 10 ounces
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|Item Dimensions||1.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.95 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The only problem that drives me nuts is the same one another reviewer, R. Shellhamer, has (although it seems to be less of an issue for him/her than it is for me). The damn thing puts the shutter release button on the wrong end of the camera when shooting vertically. It's a royal pain, but can be overcome by removing a few screws, reorienting the mounts, then mounting it backwards on the camera. Really, I don't give much of a rip if the Stroboframe logo faces outward.
At any rate, it's a nifty item that truly improves flash photography. For around $50.00, it's worth owning.
We are used to seeing lighting come from above the subject (sun, overhead lights), which is why camera-mounted flash shots look harsh and somewhat strange.The Stroboframe raises the flash above the camera by about a foot so that the light looks more natural. Combined with Lumiquest's Softbox or Softbox Mini, the light looks very natural and unlike a usual harsh flash shot. This setup is very kind to flesh tones. I wouldn't shoot without it.
I also carry a 2-light and umbrella tungsten setup, in case of poorly lit interior shots, but don't have to use it often.Read more ›
My only beef is that I have to rotate my camera the "wrong" way for a portrait oriented photo. This puts the shutter release at the bottom instead of the top. It works, but is slightly awkward for me. Not a biggie and it really does help the pictures due to the favorable position of the flash.
Vertical shooting: yes, with this product vertical shooting becomes fairly difficult to the point of effectively ruling it out. However, I shoot vertically about 4 times a year. That's not 4 sessions per year--4 frames. If you are someone who does a lot of vertical shooting then I would recommend steering clear of this item. For me, someone who rarely ever does shoot vertically, this does not bother me at all.
Camera and/or flash coming loose: I have not experienced this issue at all, not even a little bit, not one time. All I did was tighten the bottom screw down fairly tight. I didn't use a pair of pliers to tighten it or anything; just my hand. The camera stays in place perfectly all the time. This may be, however, because I have a Canon battery pack on the bottom of my camera which also has grip to it. I haven't tried mounting the camera directly to the bracket so I don't know if that would cause the slippage issue or not. Anyway, for me this is not an issue at all. Also, in all positions my flash has remained in place as well. My flash is attached to a remote cord so actually it is the remote cord which is screwed down technically speaking, but regardless everything has stayed in place in all positions. I have experienced no issues with anything coming loose. Now, I did just buy this and I have only used it a few times so I can't speak to long-term reliability in this area. If it fails down the road I will come back and revise this review, so if you are reading this then everything is still fine.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty good. It requires a tweaking at first to get things right, but so far, it has worked pretty well. I like it.Published 1 month ago by Joanna L Kilgore
Bought this for use in my Canon Xti camera. Battery was dead in November with very little use. Don't recommend this one.Buy something else.Published 2 months ago by SM
If it were another taller 6"...but quite easy to from side position to the top position.Published 4 months ago by Charles F. Shedd
The Stroboscope Quick Flip is well designed and constructed of high grade materials. The functionality was first rate with plenty of distance from the off axis flash position to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by William D. Pierce
Looked like it could be classified as an irregular. I didn't like it and I gave it away. It was usable but my other Strobo Frames are much better. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robert
Well made, sturdy. Easy and simple to apply to intended photographic applications. Good professional appearance. Decent price, too.Published 6 months ago by N. Wilson
I've had one of these for years for my Canon AE-1 Programmable. Found them quite useful for shooting weddings and after-events. This new one's for my DSLR.Published 7 months ago by Pepper Smith