Which Stroboframe Model for my F100?
Just wondering if somebody could recommend the appropriate Stroboframe Model for a Nikon F100 and an SB-28 Flash setup. Ideas, suggestions, etc. are welcome & would be appreciated.
#1. "RE: Which Stroboframe Model for my F100?" | In response to Reply # 0jrp Charter MemberWed 20-Feb-02 03:14 PM
In order to keep the flash always above the lens, whether in vertical or horizontal shooting, the two major options are:
a) Camera rotating brackets
To use one on a tripod I have the Camera Flip. It works very well for the F4s, the F100 (without the MB-15) and the F5.
b) Flash rotating brackets
I have the Pro-T and could not be happier, except it cannot be used on a tripod. I use it for the F4s, F100 (with and without MB-15) and F5.
The Quick Flip seems to be the most popular.
You can see here the chart for all possible configurations
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#2. "RE: Which Stroboframe Model for my F100?" | In response to Reply # 1f5fstop Basic MemberThu 21-Feb-02 01:20 AM
I have the Pro-RL, which is the camera flip type. You can adjust almost everything with one hand.
Works great on the F5, never really tried it on my F100; however, there should be no problem.
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