RPS Studio Flash Bracket with ETTL2 Cord for Canon EOS Digital SLR Cameras - 7" Height

RPS Studio
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About RPS Studio

These flash brackets are designed to fit tight to the camera body enabling the photographer to use the camera as though there were no bracket attached. This eliminates a lot of the problems associated with flash photography. The top of the bracket "flips" the flash so that the flash remains above the lens when framing pictures vertically.

Bracket is available in two heights: 6 inch and 7 inch. The 7 inch can allow for the use of a power pack on the camera.

Additionally, brackets include a TTL cord for Canon or Nikon.

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Reviewed by 2 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Utter garbage.


from Elmhurst NY  -  Semi-pro Photographer

A piece of garbage!!! I bought this and used it about 5 or 6 times since I purchased it. The arm that was supposed to hold the flash in place would constantly fold down on it's own if the flash you were useing was too heavy. Today I was using it to take photos in Coney Island and when I was walking from location with it the joint that holds the bottom part to the side snapped off due to a poor weld. This is junk and is a total waste of money. If it was 30 dollars I would still stay away.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Does not perform


from Milwaukee, WI  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

While the shorter version of the bracket might be just fine for light use, this bracket doesn't play very well with a battery grip, it makes it immpossible to use the buttons on the battery grip, defeating the purpose of having a bracket in the first place. I returned the bracket because it was clusmy and it's functionality was not worth the inconvinience it cause.

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