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Maxsimafoto - Dual / Triple Flash Bracket Umbrella Holder Light Stand shoe.

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Price: £21.95
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  • Dual & Triple flash bracket - provides 3 cold shoes. ( non active shoes )
  • Also with Photographic umbrella holder slot.
  • Attach two or three standard flash guns: i.e. Nikon Canon Nissin etc.. ( not for Sony or Minolta flash guns unless a converter is used.)
  • 5/8" socket to mount flash unit to a light stand. Also provided is a 5/8" Spigot stud Adapter with 1/4" & 3/8" Female screw to use on a camera tripod.
  • Made of Metal and ABS plastic. Very tough!. Please see pictures which fully show its featues. ( Not: flash guns & Umbrella in product pictures for illustration purposes and not included in sale )

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 422 g
  • Item model number: MFS-TFS--001-11
  • ASIN: B006JCPDDW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 Dec. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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This is cheap and cheerful. It works. But be careful.
1. It is tricky to put together, as another review describes in detail.
2. It does do the job BUT you have to be absolutely sure the screws are all tight, and that is not so easy.
To be sure, I had to test for tightness with pliers (and be careful not to break it!)

I had 3 Canon Speedlites mounted, it wasn't quite tight enough, and the centre light dropped and smacked into the tripod.
I won't be using it again. Speedlites are far too expensive to risk in this way.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Asa on 26 Feb. 2012
Flash arrived in pieces, a hand-written instruction informed me that I'd have to assemble the bracket by looking at the product photos online.

A bit of an inconvenience; took a few minutes to assemble the bracket, and I had to switch a couple of screws over as they fit better a certain way round, despite looking identical to each other. As far as I'm aware I have assembled correctly.

The bracket feels quite sturdy, despite being made mostly of plastic.

It doesn't screw tightly to the spigot adapter provided, but fortunately it fitted my own spigot better.

Also, the screws are difficult to tighten with just your hands once the joints have been loosened, to change either the angle of the top flashgun or the whole bracket. As well as this, the screw that holds an umbrella is very stiff and difficult to turn. I would hate to use this on a shoot if I planned on using many lighting set-ups.

Not a terrible product for the price, holds 3 flashguns tightly, but a pain to re-arrange once it's been set up.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nitsan on 9 May 2012
I love using this thing. It allows for really powerful flash output (important if you need to overpower the sun) but without the need for a really expensive and heavy studio unit - which also requires a wall socket or a really expensive and heavy battery pack.

It also allows for much faster flash triggering since each flash unit can be set to a lower power so overall the whole thing just becomes like a studio unit but that runs on batteries and is very compact for travel.

Works great with my Yongnuo flashes as well as my Canon flashes.

I use one yongnuo RF-603 set (one as receiver on one flash and one as transmitter on the camera) and then I set the rest of the flashes to slave mode so they all fire at once and it works great.

Overall it's built really well and works perfectly. I'd definitely recommend it.
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