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  • Made For Digital & Film Cameras
  • Camera Flash Bracket
Manfrotto : Picture 1 regular $59.95

About Manfrotto

Allows two flash heads to be mounted with a camera onto a tripod head. Allows horizontal or vertical camera position. Attachments: 3/8" and 1/4" female threads + 1/4" camera fixing screw.
• Still Photography: Yes
• Maximum Load Capacity: 2.3 lbs
• Weight: 0.8 lbs

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Reviewed by 2 customers


Well Conceived, Poorly Executed


In general this is a very well conceived design. For me, it held two Canon Speedlite 270EX II slaves for macro photography and the results were quite good (once I managed to get the flashes into the shoes, which were *very* tight. Unfortunately, in order to keep the arms from moving, I had to tighten the thumbscrews quite hard, or the flashes moved when I was aiming downward. The necessary tension was too much for the construction and the thing fell apart -- first, one of the washers broke in half, then the aluminum snapped. So, stronger construction and/or a better method for locking the arms is needed. I won't be buying another, as this one didn't even last a year with fairly moderate use. Any suggestions for an alternative are welcome.


Well constructed, as expected!


Problem: limited space resulted in subject shadows cast on backdrop...using Nikon SX-1 ring to mount SB-200 speedlights. Not enough angle to cast shadows outside FoV. Solution: separate the SB-200's and angle them into the subject, resulting in subject shadows outside FoV. The 330b lets the SB-200's be about 18" apart.


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Shopper  I have a MP-E 65mm is this bracket long enough to use with that lens at 5x?
PETER D  I wish I could help you, but since I bought the unit - due to physical restraints, I have not used it. Sorry and good luck finding an answer. Peter D.
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