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About Flashpoint Quad Shoe Mount bracket

Flashpoint bracket that mounts on a light stand . Bracket has a tilt and allows for the mounting of up to 4 shoe mount flashes. There is a hole for umbrella use

The Flashpoint Quad Shoe Mount bracket is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Semi-pro photographer among others.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(4)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Semi-pro photographer (4)

Flashpoint Quad Shoe Mount bracket Features

  • Mounts up to 4 Shoe Mount type Flashes
  • Cast Metal Ring

Flashpoint Quad Shoe Mount bracket Specifications

Compatible with
Light stand with 5/8 stud
Mfr #
MC-1033Q
SKU
FASSC

Flashpoint Quad Shoe Mount bracket Reviews

Reviewed by 4 customers

 
5.0

Flashpoint Quad Shoe Mounter by Flashpoi

By

from NYC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

It's well built and does the job. I love it

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

the tilt head was broken !

By

from ISR  -  Semi-pro Photographer

the tilt head was broken at the first time use ! very disappointed from this bracket. my flash are still alive!

 
5.0

Great Sturdy Reliable

By

from New York, Ny  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This thing is solid. Great item for every kind of shooter. I do events mostly and portraits. This bracket is all metal and very sturdy on the flash stand. It is very well constructed and would highly recommend this product.

 
4.0

Nice rig!

By

from Minneaplois, MN  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Used this once with three speedlights into a 60" umbrella ... will use again and again. With Nikon CLS you need to make sure the sensors are pointing in the right direction but that's easy. Mounts don't rachet like the McNally's triple-the-price version but well worth the purchase.

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Kfir G  it was broken at the first time use ? very disappointed ! the tilt head screw broken!
SUSANNA P  Price is very good and the mount is metal, but the problem is with the tilt head screw, which is plastic. The mount itself when tilted is too heavy for the plastic screw... I only used this mount bracket once because the second time the tilt head screw broke. My flashes (three of them that were mounted on the bracket) would have crushed on the floor if I hadn't been next to it to grab it quickly. I used an SB900 and two smaller Metz flashes. If you can replace the plastic tilt head screw with a metal one then this mount could be great. I hope this helps!
Kfir G  thanks for your post. did you replace your tilt head screw with a metal one ? do you know where can i get one ? what do you think about to mount the flashpoint bracket on regular umbrella bracket ?
Kfir G  i have four YN560II and four phottix strato II. can i mount them together with the flashes on the quad shoe ? if yes,there is enough space for umbrella/softbox ? i think its impossible because the strato ii will block the hole of the umbrella bracket. what do you think ? thanks kfir.
DAVID C  You should be able to do it by turning your flash around and mounting it the other way (screen facing center). I have used it with 2 SB600, an SB910 and an SB800 with Yongnuo YN-622N triggers, and it works fine. I am not sure about the strata II and YN660s, but if they have sync cord receptacles, you could link them up so you could fire multi flashes from one strata II, so you wouldn't need the trigger that you are currently having trouble with.
Kfir G  can you send me a picture of your setup with your tiggers ? thanks.
Kfir G  i have four YN560II and four phottix strato II. can i mount them together with the flashes on the quad shoe ? if yes,there is enough space for umbrella/softbox ? i think its impossible because the strato ii will block the hole of the umbrella bracket. what do you think ? thanks kfir.
DAVID C  You should be able to do it by turning your flash around and mounting it the other way (screen facing center). I have used it with 2 SB600, an SB910 and an SB800 with Yongnuo YN-622N triggers, and it works fine. I am not sure about the strata II and YN660s, but if they have sync cord receptacles, you could link them up so you could fire multi flashes from one strata II, so you wouldn't need the trigger that you are currently having trouble with.
Kfir G  can you send me a picture of your setup with your tiggers ? thanks.
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