Flashpoint Portable Reflector Bracket, 12-67" .. LTPR20S instead

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About Flashpoint

The Portable Reflector Bracket allows you to mount the Flashpoint Portable reflectors and any other similar reflectors onto a light stand. It is adjustable to hold Reflectors from 12" to 67" and can be rotated and swiveled for precise positioning.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Lightweight (9),Attaches securely (7),Durable (6),Good color value (3)
Cons:
Weak (3)
Best Uses:
General purpose (7),Portraits (6),Indoors (5),Outdoors (4)
Reviewer Profile:
Semi-pro photographer (8),Photo enthusiast (3),Pro photographer (3)

Flashpoint Specifications

Folded Length
29"
Material
Aluminum
Load
Up to 42" circular Reflector
Weight
approx 1 lb.
Special Feature(s)
the Clips at both ends of the bracket goes on the rim of the reflector
Warranty
1 Year warranty
Mfr #
470H03
SKU
FPPRB

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
3.6

(based on 14 reviews)

77%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Super tool, easy to use, great shots

Helps bring out the beauty in my images.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Sub Par Grip for Ball-Joint

Bought this for when my assistant was not around or to free him up when he was. The design for the ball joint is flawed, far too small and not strong enough to securely hold even a 32" reflector parallel to the ground without wrenching it as hard as one possibly can (and we're both pretty big guys.) One of the plastic clasps that holds the reflector has also broken after less than a years use. I must admit on this one though that we do use it a lot so perhaps this is just wear and tear.

Reviewed by 14 customers

 
5.0

This Must Have Bracket Does Its Job Well

By

from Branford, CT  -  Semi-pro Photographer

No more propping up reflectors against table legs and chairs. Using the Flashpoint Bracket is real easy...clip it on to your reflector and set on a light stand. The adustable arm lets you aim the reflector in any direction.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Super tool, easy to use, great shots

By

from Lake Worth, FL  -  Pro Photographer

Helps bring out the beauty in my images.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good Value

By

from Aurora CO  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is a good value, but not a real high quality unit. Plastic fittings probably will not last under a lot of use, but it was very inexpensive so it is about what I expected. As long as it lasts a year or two, I got my moneys worth

 
4.0

Good Product - Good Value

By

from Roy, UT  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Does what it was designed to do!

 
3.0

Reflector Braacket

By

from Durham, NC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

It helps improve lighting.

 
4.0

Good for the money

By

from Los Angeles, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

great for the shooter on a budget

 
4.0

Nice bracket for the money

By

from Clio, MI  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Nice holder for the money, does its job. I use it to hold a 32" round reflector for clam shell. Ball joint works well, just wish the spring clamps on the end opened just a bit more.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Sub Par Grip for Ball-Joint

By

from los angeles, ca  -  Pro Photographer

Bought this for when my assistant was not around or to free him up when he was. The design for the ball joint is flawed, far too small and not strong enough to securely hold even a 32" reflector parallel to the ground without wrenching it as hard as one possibly can (and we're both pretty big guys.) One of the plastic clasps that holds the reflector has also broken after less than a years use. I must admit on this one though that we do use it a lot so perhaps this is just wear and tear.

 
1.0

Fell apart in less then 6 months

By

from Philadelphia,Pa  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I bought this for my studio for occasional use the screw and brass insert that secures it to the light stand won't hold the weight of the bracket and just pulls out of the bracket, I guess you get what you pay for!!

 
5.0

Metal & Plastic Arm. Good dollar value

By

from Surfside, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This is the second one I have purchased. Seems to do the trick with a 32" and 42" reflector without issue thus far. My only concerns are the plastic components on the arms, so avoid overtightening and you should be fine

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Questions about this item:

Shopper  Just picked this up a with a Flashpoint light stand. Mounting collar does not fit over the mounting stud, even when the side locking screw is removed. Did I simply get one that wasn't milled out wide enough?
Jonathan S  I have six different brands of stands (from many years of accumulation) that this item fits on perfectly. I don't own any 'flashpoint' stands so I can't say about those.
Shopper  What is the deminsions of this item? length and height is most important. thanks
LEN B  the holder will extend to 5 feet 8 inches,then you put it onto a tripod,light stand or C stand and get what ever extra height that the length of that stand will ad to it.
Shopper  To anyone who had purchased this arm - What stand do you mount yours on? Does it have a standard 5/8" stud with 1/2" thread on top? It really doesn't matter what make and model the stand is.
BOB M  I use mine with a standard light stand from Flashpoint and yes it does use the standard 5/8 stud for mounting. I would recommend this item if your need to hold a reflector / diffuser / GoBo!
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