RPS Studio Rotating Flash Bracket with ETTL2 Cord for Canon Digital SLR Cameras with 3 Pin Connectors (5D, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D & 50D)

RPS Studio
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About RPS Studio

• The Dot Line RPS Digital Flash Bracket includes all the necessary components for using a shoe mount flash raised above the lens, off-camera. Included are the required off-camera shoe cord that maintains full E-TTL and E-TTL II flash control, even with the latest digital cameras, and an electronic cable release that allows triggering the shutter directly from the bracket.
• Flash brackets are designed to increase the distance between the flash head and the lens in order to minimize the occurrence of redeye and to also reduce flash-shadows behind the subject. The rotating camera platform the flash centered over the lens both for horizontal and vertical compositions.

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RPS Studio Features

  • Electronic shutter release to trigger the camera directly from the bracket.
  • Can be used either right-handed or left handed as the photographer prefers.
  • Adjustable flash extension from 6" to 18" above the camera lens.
  • All metal construction with a rubber grip for comfort.
  • 1/4"-20 mounting thread for use on a tripod, and a standard accessory shoe (non-TTL) on the top of the extension post.
  • Weight: 2.4 lbs., (1.1 kg).

Reviews about this item

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3.6

(based on 5 reviews)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Flash Bracket is Tremendous

I recently purchased this bracket and find it is very convenient and stable. Too bad there is no detailed instructions included to show the proper way to adjust right/left hand use, lock for vertical use, and explanations of why slots were designed the way they are, etc., however overall I think it is a very usable accessory and would recommend it to any photographer looking for a suitable bracket.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Rps does not hold up under normal use

This product has poor quality construction. I have owned this product for just under a year and the flash connector is junk. The first sign of trouble came when shooting a wedding and the flash was firing "rogue". The camera file info stated no flash and the flash was firing at full power. Other times it would not fire at all. Now it is completely useless for flash use as this portion is not working at all. The trigger that fires the shutter works most of the time but occasionally will not wo...

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This product has poor quality construction. I have owned this product for just under a year and the flash connector is junk. The first sign of trouble came when shooting a wedding and the flash was firing "rogue". The camera file info stated no flash and the flash was firing at full power. Other times it would not fire at all. Now it is completely useless for flash use as this portion is not working at all. The trigger that fires the shutter works most of the time but occasionally will not work and you end up having to reach around the arm and fire it by the camera shutter button.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

High quality for pro photographers

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from Yakima, WA.  -  Semi-Professional

This is a very versatile item that allows for easy conversion from horizontal to vertical shooting. It is fairly heavy, though, and would be best used for events like weddings and portrait sessions. In my work at our dragstrip, it would be too cumbersome, as I have to walk the length of the track to get differing types of shots for clientele.

 
4.0

Very good product overall!

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from San Diego  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I just got this today and I must say I am very pleased! I use this on 40D with grip. It looks and feels very sturdy and professional. Overall, I really like the setup. The remote trigger is very convenient and it is easily converted from horizontal to portrait shooting. There are no instructions but the pictures found online helps a lot. There is a tripod ring BUT it’s useless cause it’s at the bottom right corner so the entire setup is off balance when trying to set on tripod. I also don’t like the camera mount plate because you need to have a screwdriver to tighten the plate every time. Overall I like it so far, of course I haven’t shot much with this yet. The cables work great and the flash have fired every time. This thing makes the camera feel HUGE! LoL!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Rps does not hold up under normal use

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from Southern Illinois  -  Professional

This product has poor quality construction. I have owned this product for just under a year and the flash connector is junk. The first sign of trouble came when shooting a wedding and the flash was firing "rogue". The camera file info stated no flash and the flash was firing at full power. Other times it would not fire at all. Now it is completely useless for flash use as this portion is not working at all. The trigger that fires the shutter works most of the time but occasionally will not work and you end up having to reach around the arm and fire it by the camera shutter button.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Flash Bracket is Tremendous

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from NL, Canada  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I recently purchased this bracket and find it is very convenient and stable. Too bad there is no detailed instructions included to show the proper way to adjust right/left hand use, lock for vertical use, and explanations of why slots were designed the way they are, etc., however overall I think it is a very usable accessory and would recommend it to any photographer looking for a suitable bracket.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Decent flash bracket

By

from Colorado Springs, Co  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This flash mount isn't too bad, I bought for use during weddings, and shot about half a wedding with it before going back to camera mounted flash. After reading other reviews of the flash to camera cord having connection problems I just used my Canon flash cord 2 to connect. The flash arm gets a little wobbly once you mount a flash with a bounce unit. All in all though, i was happy with it.

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Shopper  i just purchased the canon 7d.. would this bracket work with this camera?
JOHN M  It should but I can't say for a fact that it will I own a Canon 50D and it works
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