I've just bought an SK-7 bracket to put the camera off flash slightly. That works well.
But I think I need one that can switch (easily) between horizontal and vertical positions. Can anyone recommend one?
#1. "RE: Adjustable bracket" | In response to Reply # 0avm247 Charter MemberSat 08-Dec-12 01:50 PM
Justin, welcome to Nikonians! and Happy Holidays!
What camera/flash are you using? I check your profile but you haven't filled it in yet (filling in the profile helps members answer some questions. )
What is your budget?
How small and compact do you need or does it matter?
I use the Custom Bracket CB Junior. Pics are with an F100/MB15 and SB28. I just picked up an SB910 to go with my D700/MBD10. Its a bit large but it works for me.
I am looking at the Demb flash bracket.
Other popular but expensive option is the RRS flash brackets.
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#2. "RE: Adjustable bracket" | In response to Reply # 1Kropotkin Registered since 02nd Dec 2012Sat 08-Dec-12 02:06 PM | edited Sat 08-Dec-12 02:11 PM by Kropotkin
The CB Junior looks good and is cheaper than the RRS ones. (And also available from Amazon in the UK).
It may just be me but it looks a bit more robust than the Demb one.
#3. "RE: Adjustable bracket" | In response to Reply # 0
Welcome to Nikonians!
You might want to check out the Stroboframe Press-T and Pro-T flash brackets as well.
They are a little less bulky than the CB Junior.
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