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Lastolite LA2423 TriFlash Three PocketFlash with Locking Shoe Mount

SKU: LST3PFLSM MFR: LL LA2423

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  • Attach up to 3 portable flashes
  • Built-in umbrella socket
  • Mounts on to standard brass spigot
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About Lastolite LA2423

The Lastolite TriFlash Bracket allows you to mount up to three portable flashes on a single bracket which can be mounted on a standard brass spigot. An umbrella socket allows the use of a reflective or shoot-through umbrella.

Lastolite LA2423 Features

  • Attach up to 3 portable flashes
  • Built-in umbrella socket
  • Mounts on to standard brass spigot

Lastolite LA2423 Specifications

No. of flashes attached
3
Mfr #
LL LA2423
SKU
LST3PFLSM
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alireza b  Can I attach 3 pocketwizard FlexTT5 units with their sppedlights to this bracket? I mean does it fit?
RAY M  I only have 2-FlexTT5 with 2-SB900 that I use on the TriFlash but a 3rd one will definitely fit to fill all 3 slots. It does become very unwieldy and cumbersome to handle especially if you have to tighten/loosen the locking mechanism on each bracket for any reason when all 3 brackets are filled. I opted to use the locking thumbwheel on the FlexTT5 to secure it firmly on the TriFlash instead. Also, do not over-loosen any of the 3 individual brackets on the TriFlash!!! Each one contains 2 miniature coil springs that can "pop out" if the locking mechanism is over loosened. It will cause the coil springs to come out of their recessed/aligned positions. I tried to reposition mine carefully after it popped out but I managed to "crimp" the end of the coil spring when re-tightening the locking mechanism of the bracket. Hope this helps!
alireza b  Can I attach 3 pocketwizard FlexTT5 units with their sppedlights to this bracket? I mean does it fit?
RAY M  I only have 2-FlexTT5 with 2-SB900 that I use on the TriFlash but a 3rd one will definitely fit to fill all 3 slots. It does become very unwieldy and cumbersome to handle especially if you have to tighten/loosen the locking mechanism on each bracket for any reason when all 3 brackets are filled. I opted to use the locking thumbwheel on the FlexTT5 to secure it firmly on the TriFlash instead. Also, do not over-loosen any of the 3 individual brackets on the TriFlash!!! Each one contains 2 miniature coil springs that can "pop out" if the locking mechanism is over loosened. It will cause the coil springs to come out of their recessed/aligned positions. I tried to reposition mine carefully after it popped out but I managed to "crimp" the end of the coil spring when re-tightening the locking mechanism of the bracket. Hope this helps!
alireza b  Can I attach 3 pocketwizard FlexTT5 units with their sppedlights to this bracket? I mean does it fit?
RAY M  I only have 2-FlexTT5 with 2-SB900 that I use on the TriFlash but a 3rd one will definitely fit to fill all 3 slots. It does become very unwieldy and cumbersome to handle especially if you have to tighten/loosen the locking mechanism on each bracket for any reason when all 3 brackets are filled. I opted to use the locking thumbwheel on the FlexTT5 to secure it firmly on the TriFlash instead. Also, do not over-loosen any of the 3 individual brackets on the TriFlash!!! Each one contains 2 miniature coil springs that can "pop out" if the locking mechanism is over loosened. It will cause the coil springs to come out of their recessed/aligned positions. I tried to reposition mine carefully after it popped out but I managed to "crimp" the end of the coil spring when re-tightening the locking mechanism of the bracket. Hope this helps!
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