- Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 20.3 x 20.3 cm ; 454 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
- Manufacturer reference: SH-QC-65026
- ASIN: B006IFFN26
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 April 2012
- Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Studiohut T-Bracket Speedlight Flash Mount with adjustable cold shoe for Bowen Style Softboxes
- Light and compact speedlight adapter; Use any softbox with Bowen style speedring
- Adjustable cold shoe fits most speedlight flashes
- Mounts on any regular light stand with upto 5/8" stud
- Includes carry case
A compact, lightweight and durable speedlight flash bracket designed for both professional and amateur photographers constructed of sturdy aluminum and ergonomically designed for comfort and durability. The bracket allows the use of any softbox with a Bowen style speedring to be used with a speedlight flash. Can be easily mounted an most light stands. Adjustable cold shoe allows use with multiple type of flashes. Note: Can not be used with Sony flashes. Flash not included.
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By the way, I use these on location shoots mounted on a painter's pole ($5 to $50) and let an assistant hold and move it where I need it. Painter's poles have a threaded end so painting or window washing accessories can be attached. I ground the threads off and mounted the flash bracket on it. Get the bracket, get a pole and you're in business. I use CowboyStudio 16-Inch Beauty Dish Reflector for Flash Monolights and highly recommend it. Softboxes are great but for me, I got tired of entertaining the models while I fought to assemble the softbox. The dish is ready to go :)
Build quality is good, and I was pleasantly surprised that it can be broken down for travel. Over all if I was needing another one I would probably get it from my usual spot. I really just tried this one because the better versions are about twice what this one costs. I don't regret the purchase but sometimes paying more solves inconveniences that can be worth it to do.
As for the flash mount, it's pretty good and very stable depending on how much you tighten it, you can also rotate the flash sideways so that you can change your settings if you aren't using a wireless trigger that allows you to change settings.
I am using a 60" octabox, and it seems stable for now although it looks like a little too much for the mount, I think it'll be okay as long as I make sure it's tightened well enough.