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Kaavie Universal Hot Shoe Adapter with 1/4'' Thread and Pinhole for Studio Light Stand

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  • The product supports all ISO518 hot shoe flashguns with a locking pinhole. Pack of 2 and 4 also available to save you cost.
  • It has a 1/4'' thread at the bottom side to support lots of studio devices with 1/4'' thread.
  • It's compatible with studio light stand which has a 1/4'' thread like iShoot IS-200 light stand.
  • It's compatible with most Nikon, Canon, Nissin, Sunpak, Sigma, Olympus, Metz, Vivitar flashguns.
  • It doesn't support Sony & Konica & Minolta flashguns.

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Kaavie Universal Hot Shoe Adapter with 1/4'' Thread and Pinhole for Studio Light Stand + Manfrotto 026 Lite Tite Swivel + Umbrella Adaptor + Photography Light Stand for professional photo studio photolamps
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 18 g
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  • Item model number: EBZ0066
  • ASIN: B004L14MOO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 Jan. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Compatible with Nikon SB900,SB800,SB700,SB600,SB400,SB80DX,SB28,SB27,SB26,SB25,SB24,Canon 580EX,550EX,430EX,430EZ,420EX,380EX,270EX,220EX, Nissin DI866,DI622,DI466,DI28,Sunpak PZ42X,PZ40,PZ30X,RD2000,Olympus FL-50R,FL-36R,Sigma EF540DG,EF530DG,EF500DG,EF140DG Vivatar 285,283,550,200 flashgun.


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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DavidM on 9 Feb. 2013
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OK, its cheap. But my one never fitted the top of the stand because its depth of thread is too shallow. And the light does not lock into it at all convincingly - mine was loose and wobbly in the holder. That is not why its getting one star. I had a speedlight mounted on it and the wind gusted resulting in the light falling on to the ground, luckily still working. The plastic lugs that hold the light had just parted company from the rest of the holder in a moderate breeze. You decide, but I say I was stupid to risk an expensive light to one of these.
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Yes, it's cheap, and, if you are only using it to mount a flash with a lock ring onto a stand, it'll probably be fine as long as you don't over tighten the thread. I wanted it because the radio triggers I have don't have a 1/4inch thread on them so to mount the trigger and the flash gun, it needed an adapter. The extra height makes the whole thing unstable on a stand and as you move it around, the trigger and strobe work their way out of the adapter, as there is no way to secure them. I learned this the hard way when I moved the stand. The trigger and strobe fell off the adapter, busting the strobe's diffuser when it hit the floor. It could have been worse. I kick myself for wasting the money on it now as there are better, but admittedly, more expensive adapters on the market. I'd rather pay £12 for an adapter that secures the trigger and flash gun - than pay out for a new 580EXII. Wouldn't you?
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By John Bellingham on 17 Dec. 2012
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It must be OK for some needs based on the reviews - however the thread isn't that long so the flashes I've tried to mount onto lighting tripods end up really unstable and wobbly. I wouldn't buy this again - I'd probably end up going for the Manfrotto version as the thread looks longer (not sure it definitely is though). My flash actually came with a stand attachment, but as it was quite big and bulky (it can also stand the flash on its own), I didn't always remember to bring it - hence purchasing this to leave in my camera bag.
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Simple idea, bought a couple of these to mount a slave flash on a tripod. Just the job, but I have nearly lost one already due to the small size. I think it tried to roll away on its own, like one of Mark Webber's wheels. Does the trick, though!
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By Sean-Abbott on 12 July 2012
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bought this little monkey few days ago been looking for something like this for ages and even tried making one myself (failing miserably) and i must say its spot on fastens straight on to my gorilla pod and tripod and holds my flash gun well
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ordered a couple of these simple little shoes to mount equipment away from Camera. One was faulty with no thread for the tripod. Cannot really recommend them unless you just want something cheap for very occasional use
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Not much else to say beyond what was said in the title. Solid little product, the locking pin connects well, I always keep a few in the bag as the plastic ones included with speedlights can sometime break quite easily.
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By Ad on 9 Nov. 2011
This low priced item works very well for converting a standard studio lighting stand to a hot shoe mount. I use it for mounting LED panel lights to stands to act as fill lights when bigger lights would be impractical.
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