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About Lastolite Trigrip Holder

The TriGrip bracket is ideal for photographers who work alone and want to support the TriGrip reflector on a handle, lighting stand, tripod or any other type of fixing bracket.

Simply place the moulded TriGrip handle into the bracket and secure it in place with the strap. The ball joint connector enables you to then position the TriGrip exactly where you want leaving your hands free to operate the camera.

The bracket can be used to support the TriGrip when working with ambient light or in conjunction with battery operated flash using the flash gun attachment arm to bounce light off the reflectors' surface or shoot through a diffusing panel.



Lastolite Trigrip Holder Features

  • Lastolite Trigrip Holder w/Flash Bracket attaches to light stand

Lastolite Trigrip Holder Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Over Priced & Awkward

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from Annapolis, MD  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use the device to mount a Trigrip diffuser to a stand. The device provides a channel into which the grip portion of a Lastolite Trigrip diffuser/reflector is inserted and then restrained by a velcro strip. The whole thing is then attached to a ballhead and mounted to a stand. It works but without a feeling of great security. It also enables the mounting of a flash behind the diffuser on a two piece folding arm. Again, without a feeling of great security. The angle of the flash to the difffuser is fixed but the flash can be moved side to side and in and out. I know of no other convient way to use the diffuser without a helper so much is forgiven, but I wish it were more robust.

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Excellent product, nicely surprised

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from Toronto Canada  -  Photo Enthusiast

I haven't used this a lot as it is fairly new, but what I see looks great. It's what I need to hold my Triflip when I work alone.

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Becky z  Can you direct me to a stand for this?
LARRY M  Just about any photography stand will do just fine. I would strongly suggest one of the more solid ones& sand bags if you will be suing this product outdoors where wind is likely. Larry
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