Neewer 3-Way Triple Hotshoe Mount Tilt Flash Bracket with Umbrella Holder for Nikon Canon Pentax Sigma
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- This Triple flash bracket has been designed with ease of use in mind,compact yet strong and versatile kit, ideal for the mobile studio set ups for all sports, wedding or event, and portrait photographers.
- The bracket has 3 flash shoe mounts and a tilt handle to enable the perfect positioning of your lighting.
- Accommodate more types of flash.
- Allows to attach flash bracket to light stand.
- Umbrella socket in the middle.
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This Triple flash bracket has been designed with ease of use in mind,compact yet strong and versatile kit, ideal for the mobile studio set ups for all sports, wedding or event, and portrait photographers.
The bracket has 3 flash shoe mounts and a tilt handle to enable the perfect positioning of your lighting.
Accommodate more types of flash.
Allows to attach flash bracket to light stand.
Umbrella socket in the middle.
Material: Aluminum Alloy
1x Triple Flash Bracket
Note: Triple flash bracket ONLY, other accessories not included.
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I thought that maybe it was sent a lemon, but it appears that there are many others like me who have had a bad one sent to them. Draw your own conclusions. Mine didn't fit anything and almost broke one of my flashes.
If the item looked as it does in their picture, it would probably work just fine, but it's not, so it doesn't. :)
It has a ball mount attached to it so adjustment is relatively limitless. It has a hole that will except an umbrella shaft up to 5/16" thick and there is a thumb screw to secure the position. this will hold up to 3 flash units. I tested it the first time by installing each flash unit mounted to a radio trigger which makes the overall foot print quite large but works well with no flash spill over on a 30" umbrella. The second test I installed 3 flash units directly to the mount and this is where I noticed that the fire pin om my flash is touching the metal cold shoe. Simple fix, a piece of electrical tape on each of the cold shoes. In no way do I see this as an issue worthy of complaint, or lower rating. These are great little mounts, I own 2 of them.
Pros: For the money the triple shoe bracket is fine. It's an all metal design and seems well engineered. Considerable mount versatility means you can mount in almost any stand/tripod configuration. I'm using Canon EX600's and it holds three of them in place as it should. They are a bit hard to slide, but with practice it gets easier. The little springs mentioned in previous reviews are a problem. Never over-loosen the screws or you can count on the bouncing out. Again, not a big deal.
Cons: The ball and socket, an all metal design, is horrible. No matter how tight I twist it - to the point of fear of breaking it, the swivel will not hold. In the middle of a shoot it will let go, disrupting everything while it is reset. I've read through other comments and only saw a few other mentions of this. Is it possible I'm "missing" something? This appears to be a serious product flaw.
Based on what I know today I would not repurchase or recommend - which is a shame because this is in all other respects a good value and solid product.