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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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Stroboframe Quick Flip 350 Flash Bracket for 35mm Cameras + Vello TTL-Off-Camera Flash Cord for Canon EOS - 3' (1 m) + Fotodiox 6"x8" Softbox for Flash, Speedlight, Nikon SB-600, SB-700, SB-800, SB-900, SB-910, Canon Speedlite 380EX, 430EX, II, 550EX, 580EX, II, 600EX-RT, Vivita Flash, Sunpack, Sunpak, Nissin, Sigma, Sony, Pentax, Olympus, Panasonic Lumix Flashes
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  • Item Weight: 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00009UTLM
  • Item model number: 310-635
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Tiffen Strobo Quick FlipThe best-selling brackets on the market, the Quick Flip models offer high value,compact size, light weight and fast handling. Nowonder they're the best-selling brackets on the market!

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Customer Reviews

It is light weight and very well built.
Steve Cheney
Combined with Lumiquest's Softbox or Softbox Mini, the light looks very natural and unlike a usual harsh flash shot.
L. Williams
I will likely buy another one or two of them for other cameras that I have.
Kate Stokes

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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By La Chatte on December 23, 2006
This flash bracket is a terrific, useful gadget. I used it professionally with my old work-horse Nikon film cameras and am now using it with my Canon 30D. It does what it's supposed to do: elevates the strobe above the camera and flips to take vertical shots with the strobe over the top of the lens. Like I said, I've owned it for years and it has a whole lot of mileage on it. It looks a bit banged up, but it's still solid and reliable. It also conveniently fits in my Canon 200EG backpack.

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.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Sudoku Junkie on November 10, 2005
It keeps the flash over the lens at all times, in both landscape and portrait orientations. Positions the flash far enough away from the lens to avoid red-eye. Also is nicely balanced with SLR with battery pack and flash mounted.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By L. Williams VINE VOICE on September 9, 2009
I've used my Stroboframe for over 8 years with my original Olympus E-10 and my current Canon EOS 40D, and love it. It's very well built and able to take the sometimes rough handling I give it on location shoots. I'm a graphic designer and use it with my Canon Speedlite flash to capture everything from architectural to office work scenes, portraiture and even product shots. Combined with a Lumiquest Softbox diffuser on the flash, I get superb, rich color and nicely lit scenes that need relatively little retouching and color balancing in Photoshop. In many indoor situations, you can make do with available light (natural light from windows, incandescent or fluourescent) and even outdoors as long as you experiment with the appropriate color temperature setting. I just shot a 4-person family portrait outside on a slightly overcast day in 3 different settings: in shade inside a gazebo, under open sky and partially under trees. In the gazebo I shot on the flash color setting, as the flash was the predominant light, and the natural light acted as fill. On the other two shots I set the camera to the cloudy skies setting, with the flash as the fill, and in each case I got perfect metering and great saturated colors.

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.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By B. Clemens on September 9, 2007
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This set works perfectly with my 20D and 430EX. I have no sync issues, even when playing with before and after the curtain bursts. I had no idea how important getting the flash up off the camera and flipping it when turing the camera could be until I used it. The results were great. I don't use a battery grip, so I don't know how the added camera height will affect the performance. But it is a great value, even if you have to sacrafice the grip.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. Shellhamer on September 7, 2006
This is a great product, does exactly what it is supposed to do and does it well. It's simple and reasonably inexpensive. Solid feeling on the camera. I picked up this version after a disappointing experience with the folding model.

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.
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54 of 67 people found the following review helpful By JJPhotoWriter on December 24, 2006
I found the same problem that other users of this product experienced. Particularly the issue of the shutter release being at the bottom of the camera when composing a portrait oriented shot. I found a stroboframe flash bracket that rotates the camera counter clockwise within the flash bracket instead of flipping the flash. This leaves the shutter release at the top of the camera and also alleviated the other problem of speed light hot shoe breakage from repeated "flipping" of the flash that some other users have reported. The item is manufactured by Stroboframe and can be found at an ebay store called "Gadget Infinity" under the listing title of "Flash Bracket with 90 degrees Camera Rotate feature". Buy it now price is $29.99. I just bought one and it arrived yesterday and I could not be happier. Pass the word of this ingenious new product that will solve the issues that have plagued photographers for the past several years.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael F. Steeves on August 30, 2008
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This device works fine. It is well made. I use it on a Canon 40D with the 580 EXII. It's quite sturdy, supports the flash without any flexing, and makes a good handle for the camera. We walked around downtown Denver all one day during the DNC and I found the bracket as good a carrying handle as flash bracket. There are a number of threaded holes on the bottom of the bracket that allow different mounting positions, and a tripod shoe can be fitted to the bracket by one of these extra holes. The flash cable seems to be well made and has worked well. The only fault I can find is more of a quibble than a fault; I would prefer a beefier hand grip/cushion. This item more than meets my requirements, and is a good buy.
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