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Stroboframe Bracket Shoe Mount

by Tiffen
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  • Bracket shoe mount that holds even the heaviest shoe units
  • Machined aluminum construction is secure and durable
  • Clamping-style lock holds up to the most rigorous use
  • Locating pin ensures that shoe won't twist on the bracket
  • 1/4"-20 mounting knob; weighs 1.6 ounces; 5-year warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 4 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00009UTL1
  • Item model number: 300-SHO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003
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Product Description

Product Description

Featuring a clamping-style lock, this mount securely holds the heaviest shoe units. It will not loosen up even under the most rigorous use, and a locating pin ensures that it won't twist on the bracket. The Bracket Shoe Mount attaches with the bracket's mounting knob. Machined, solid aluminum construction. Screws into 1/4x20 stud..

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Featuring a clamping-style lock, the Stroboframe bracket shoe mount securely holds even the heaviest shoe units so they won't loosen up during rigorous use. The mount is made of machined aluminum for durability, with a locating pin that's guaranteed not to twist on the bracket. Installation is a breeze thanks to the bracket's intuitive 1/4"- 20 mounting knob, which works with virtually any flash socket. The shoe mount, which weighs a mere 1.6 ounces, is backed by a five-year warranty.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It's much stronger now and I highly recommend it.
An Average Joe
I expected after the return had been completed that Adorama would finally send me the Stoboframe brackets.
Steven M. Smith
Apparently some people have obtained the real Stroboframe item and have nothing but praise.
T. Bonner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

86 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Jessica R. on April 27, 2010
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The 5-star reviews for the Stroboframe cold shoe are definitely accurate; that's a great cold shoe and you can feel confident putting any flash on it basically.

THe problem is that this is NOT the SAME PRODUCT! This is a product being sold by Adorama Camera as Stroboframe but it is actually a Flashpoint (different brand - makes cheap knock-offs of lots of photography equipment). That's why the price is so low - because it's not the Stroboframe.

I purchased one and discovered this apparent false advertising scheme when I received a Flashpoint cold shoe. I immediately contacted Adorama and requested a refund and paid return shipping as well as the correct product. It seems they will be issuing me a refund while "graciously" allowing me to keep the product ("graciously" in quotations because to pay for return shipping would cost them the same amount as I paid for the product, plus the re-stocking effort - so they're really just doing themselves a favor by "giving it to me"). What they should do is give me the Stroboframe cold shoe, which is what I purchased and what I need. But Adorama is not very good with customer service. As they adapt themselves more and more for the consumer market (as opposed to the pro market, like B&H PHoto), they try to pull these types of schemes on unsuspecting consumers who "probably don't know any better".

In any case, buy it for $6 if you choose to do so; just be aware you will receive a cheap knock-off, not the mighty, original Stroboframe cold shoe!
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80 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Steven M. Smith on November 27, 2010
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Until now, Adorama has provided me with fast and reliable service. Their service on this order was, however, PATHETIC.

I ordered 2xStroboframe Bracket Shoe Mounts. I received them quickly, but I noticed the brackets didn't have the classic Stroboframe red knob. When I looked closer, I noticed they were Flashpoint brackets. And shame on me for not reading all the comments about this item because another person who ordered this bracket reported the same problem.

I notified Adorama about receiving something different than I ordered. I expected them to tell me to throw out the Flashpoint brackets, which cost $9 each, and that they would send me the Stroboframe brackets. No, that's not how it worked. They told me they would send me a return label so I could return the Flashpoint brackets.

I complied expecting that Adorama would send me the Strobrame brackets. No, that's not hot it worked. I received a refund minus the shipping costs. I protested about being charged for return shipping. Adorama refunded the shipping cost.

I expected after the return had been completed that Adorama would finally send me the Stoboframe brackets. No, that's not how it worked. Adorama wanted me reorder the brackets. When I asked for reassurance that I would receive Stroboframe rather than Flashpoint brackets, I interpreted their answer as a "maybe."

I protested, again. I asked Adorama to send me what I had ordered. I hope they would comply. No, that's not what happened. I received responses that suggested they would send me the brackets. But they never did.

After sending a dozen messages over the past three months, I never received the brackets I originally ordered.
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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Edmund Hertz on December 22, 2010
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Adorama Camera will pull a fast one on you and send you a cheap knock-off,which, even though it's a simple enough product, is built like crap.In order to get the flash shoe to fit, the thumb screw has to be backed all the way out, which then causes the tiny springs to fall out. If you're not careful then the spacer on the thumb screw, which I think is the culprit being slightly too long, will also fall off. Adorama wants the parts returned in new condition for a refund, HA!
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Parisbeans on March 16, 2011
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I usually read reviews in depth, but didn't think I had to with such a little simple product, but lo and behold, I should have: Adorama pictures the Stroboframe Bracket Shoe Mount with the red knob and says it's by Tiffen, then sends the Flashpoint version. Nothing new so apparently Amazon continues to tolerate the misrepresentation. Shame on you both.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jay on October 28, 2011
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The Stroboframe 300-SHO is hard to beat. I highly suggest them. They grab hard and don't release. The recessed top gives clearance so the flash contacts do not touch the mount.

However, that is NOT what I received. Like so many other people that have left reviews, the old bait and switch. I ordered it through Fancier which was being fulfilled by Amazon. What I received was not a Stroboframe 300-SHO. The description states there is a "locating pin". The aforementioned pin prevents the piece from twisting when using it with some Stroboframe brackets. I had ordered three of these. None of the three contained the pin. None of the packaging contained Stroboframe header cards.

I already had and actual 300-SHO and compared the two models. Aside from lacking the pin, the size of the units were slightly larger and not built as well either.

Amazon was good about the return. But, I was disappointed that I had received knock-off equipment. I needed them for a shoot.

Fortunately, I was able to get them from B&H Photo. I received three actual 300-SHO shoes. All had Stroboframe header cards and locating pins. Learn from this and order them once!
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