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Custom Brackets Digital PRO M Rotating Camera Bracket for Digital & 35mm Film Cameras.

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Product Highlights

  • Professional-looking design
  • Roller bearings allow for easy rotation from horizontal to vertical
  • Black anodized aluminum for strength & light weight
  • System Stands upright (fold in legs for storage)
  • Comfortable foam carrying grip
  • Eliminate red-eye, vignetting, & side shadows
  • Fits in camera bags using fold-in legs & retractable upright
  • Made For Digital & Film Cameras
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About Custom Brackets

The Digital PRO-M is the pinnacle of Custom Brackets' distinguished excellence. This bracket combines years of refined precision with all the features and benefits available


• Weight: 23 oz. (.60 kg)
• Bracket Dimensions: 7-3/4" high, 10" wide, 2 3/8" deep (storage position)
• Metric Dimensions: 22.5cm high, 25.4cm wide, 6.0cm deep
• Nominal lens-to-flash: 11" (27.9 CM).

Required accesories sold separately
Digital / 35mm Film camera mounting plate Digital / 35mm Film flash mounting plate QR Tripod quick release for mounting bracket to tripod

Not recommended for use with Canon Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2, or Metz 54, 70, and 76 (Grip on bracket will block the infrared signal). We suggest the Digital PRO for the use with these products.

Custom Brackets Features

  • Professional-looking design
  • Roller bearings allow for easy rotation from horizontal to vertical
  • Black anodized aluminum for strength and light weight
  • Maintenance-free; no lubrication needed
  • System Stands upright (fold in legs for storage)
  • Comfortable foam carrying grip
  • Eliminate red-eye, vignetting, and side shadows with a locking flash tilt
  • Fits in camera bags using fold-in legs and retractable upright

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Reviewed by 2 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Exactly What I Needed

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Bought a D-4 and needed a flash bracket that would fit since the bracket for my D-300 was to small. This works perfectly.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great

By

Hope they put a left hand support under the lens area ( like the strobe frame bracket) Than it will be the best bracket ever made for 35 mm style cameras

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Richard S  Whats the difference between this unit and the $379 Bracket Kit..? It looks the same.
Robert C  While the bracket might look the same--the difference comes in how sturdy the Custom bracket is and the positive clicking in position the CB provides. The mounting plate that allows you to mount your camera and strobe is dependable. I use a small soft box that mounts onto the arm of the bracket. The CB WILL hold up to repeated use. The movement of the arm that holds the camera is an done by internal ball bearings--it is smooth. I can rotate my camera from H to V very easily while maintaining the same position for my strobe. The arm that supports the strobe is adjustable. I got the Pro M Rotating Bracket and I am very happy with it. The whole line of CB is quality. Be sure to get the proper mounting plates for your camera to tripod or mono-pod--these are quick release and are a must. The Company--Custom Bracket was very helpful and friendly. You will like the Pro M Model. It cost more but it is worth it. I hope this information is helpful. Sincerely, Robert C
Richard S  Whats the difference between this unit and the $379 Bracket Kit..? It looks the same.
Robert C  While the bracket might look the same--the difference comes in how sturdy the Custom bracket is and the positive clicking in position the CB provides. The mounting plate that allows you to mount your camera and strobe is dependable. I use a small soft box that mounts onto the arm of the bracket. The CB WILL hold up to repeated use. The movement of the arm that holds the camera is an done by internal ball bearings--it is smooth. I can rotate my camera from H to V very easily while maintaining the same position for my strobe. The arm that supports the strobe is adjustable. I got the Pro M Rotating Bracket and I am very happy with it. The whole line of CB is quality. Be sure to get the proper mounting plates for your camera to tripod or mono-pod--these are quick release and are a must. The Company--Custom Bracket was very helpful and friendly. You will like the Pro M Model. It cost more but it is worth it. I hope this information is helpful. Sincerely, Robert C
Richard S  Whats the difference between this unit and the $379 Bracket Kit..? It looks the same.
Robert C  While the bracket might look the same--the difference comes in how sturdy the Custom bracket is and the positive clicking in position the CB provides. The mounting plate that allows you to mount your camera and strobe is dependable. I use a small soft box that mounts onto the arm of the bracket. The CB WILL hold up to repeated use. The movement of the arm that holds the camera is an done by internal ball bearings--it is smooth. I can rotate my camera from H to V very easily while maintaining the same position for my strobe. The arm that supports the strobe is adjustable. I got the Pro M Rotating Bracket and I am very happy with it. The whole line of CB is quality. Be sure to get the proper mounting plates for your camera to tripod or mono-pod--these are quick release and are a must. The Company--Custom Bracket was very helpful and friendly. You will like the Pro M Model. It cost more but it is worth it. I hope this information is helpful. Sincerely, Robert C
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