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About Grip-It

The Flip Flash Bracket 1 ensures natural ensures lighting, eliminating disturbing shadows, and avoiding ""red eye"" by permitting you to keep the flashover the lens in a horizontal or vertical position.

With a fatigue free foam grip, this easy to hold bracket allows you to flip, maneuver, and hold flash units in any direction, and includes bounce flash capability. Accepts all shoe-type or tripod flash attachments. A 2" wide bracket fits 35mm or medium format cameras. All hardware included.
Arm length 7"

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Reviewed by 4 customers

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)




from chicago  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

The arm is very hard to adjust. when i bought it i thought it would be more flexable. Its rigid, that makes it very hard to make small adjustments.Also, if you pull on the arm too hard, it breaks apart. Literally comes apart in your hands. Once sending my flash to the floor, HARD.ive had it for months now and, im still "trying to make it work".Also, when adjusting the arm, it makes loud, unnatural, squeaks and creaks. [...] im going to remove the arm and replace it with something better because, after all, the grip and plate are very nice, light and well balanced.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


well suited for odd angles


from wv  -  Semi-Pro

can bounce a flash at any angle, and good for field macro work. the flexable shaft can be put light in places regular brackets cant.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


Ok for the price, but needs modification


from Plano, Texas

This bracket is good for the price. But really does require some home modifications to make it work well. I did some home mods to tighten the links as the flex links would spin with the weight of the flash. Just need to pull the bottom link apart (the one that attaches to the base) and add a few washers to allow the bolt to tighten. With one washer, the bolt is too long and does not tighten down. Also i removed the flash mount bracket and just mounted the flash directly to the plate beneath it. Much more sturdier this way. If you're not mechanically inclined, you may want to look for another bracket. If you are mechanically inclined, mod this one, it's inexpensive and works well once modded.

(0 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


flash holder is to flexible weak


from Puerto Rico

I'm a 4 years user

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