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Lastolite Joe Mcnally Rotate Triflash Bracket

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The Joe McNally Triflash is the latest addition to our successful TriFlash range. Joe's version of this product features unique rotating shoe mounts which allow him to position his flashguns so that the IR receiver on the guns are always pointing to camera position, ensuring reliable off camera flash triggering, particularly in bright conditions where Joe sometimes finds IR triggering can be difficult.

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5.0

Awesome Tool

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I love this product. I can add multiple flash units or, the most common one I use it for, is to add the flash to the top bracket and a Pocket Wizard to one of the other brackets. Everything stays firmly in place. Makes life easier!

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4.0

Pretty Useful with One Quirk

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I agree with the first review in all aspects. Love the product overall - but the cold shoes do not fit my Nikon SB-600, SB-700, and SB-800 flashes very well - really have to work to get them in all the way. Once there - this thing rocks and it's my go-to adapter for a "one" light set-up. I'll have to try the file idea to open them up just a bit.

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4.0

Great idea, with some quirks

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Great idea, solid construction. The only problem is in the design of the flash "clamps". I found that the cut-out in the rotating cold shoes was not deep enough for the feet of my SB-800. I removed the small clamps and used a file to deepen the slot, and it has worked reasonably well. If you follow this course, watch out for the small coil springs…you'll probably lose them, just like I did.

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Charles B  My pop up camera flash will fire my three Canon flashes. No problems! May be a silly question, but why won't a mounted flash on my Canon fire the three flashes?
CRESCENCIO T  Charles - need clarification to answer your question. Does your pop up flash fire the three Canon flashes while mounted on the Triflash? If so, then you want to know why using a mounted flash on your camera does not trigger the same three flashes on the Lastolite, right? If this is the case, then you have to set the mounted flash on your camera as the Master flash - refer to the manual for on how to do this. But if it's the case where both the pop up flash and the mounted flash do not trigger the flashes on the Triflash, then try putting tape on each of the hot shoes of the Triflash before putting on the flashes. The aluminum hot shoes may mess up the electronics of the flash if it comes in direct contact with the nodes on the bottom of the flashes.
Charles B  Thanks for the info. Simply setting the flash to "master" did the trick. thanks again, charlie
Charles B  My pop up camera flash will fire my three Canon flashes. No problems! May be a silly question, but why won't a mounted flash on my Canon fire the three flashes?
CRESCENCIO T  Charles - need clarification to answer your question. Does your pop up flash fire the three Canon flashes while mounted on the Triflash? If so, then you want to know why using a mounted flash on your camera does not trigger the same three flashes on the Lastolite, right? If this is the case, then you have to set the mounted flash on your camera as the Master flash - refer to the manual for on how to do this. But if it's the case where both the pop up flash and the mounted flash do not trigger the flashes on the Triflash, then try putting tape on each of the hot shoes of the Triflash before putting on the flashes. The aluminum hot shoes may mess up the electronics of the flash if it comes in direct contact with the nodes on the bottom of the flashes.
Charles B  Thanks for the info. Simply setting the flash to "master" did the trick. thanks again, charlie
Charles B  My pop up camera flash will fire my three Canon flashes. No problems! May be a silly question, but why won't a mounted flash on my Canon fire the three flashes?
CRESCENCIO T  Charles - need clarification to answer your question. Does your pop up flash fire the three Canon flashes while mounted on the Triflash? If so, then you want to know why using a mounted flash on your camera does not trigger the same three flashes on the Lastolite, right? If this is the case, then you have to set the mounted flash on your camera as the Master flash - refer to the manual for on how to do this. But if it's the case where both the pop up flash and the mounted flash do not trigger the flashes on the Triflash, then try putting tape on each of the hot shoes of the Triflash before putting on the flashes. The aluminum hot shoes may mess up the electronics of the flash if it comes in direct contact with the nodes on the bottom of the flashes.
Charles B  Thanks for the info. Simply setting the flash to "master" did the trick. thanks again, charlie
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