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About Novoflex Flash Bracket

UNIMARM, Weight: 44.5 oz.
Base Plate UNIPLA
Weight-12.6 oz,
9.6 x 3.2 x 1.6".
The UNIPLA Base plate is the foundation for many of Novoflex's new flash bracket systems ofinnovative lighting control. It has a wide stable camera platform with two angled edges that accept various arms, ballheads as well as other accessories with either 1/4"-20 or 3/8"-16 screws.

2 Flexible Arms of 19.5" length.
Arms Weight 15.9 oz. each.
Both Arms sport a small ballhead that has a flash accessory shoe. Solid enough to hold in place with even the heaviest of shoe-mounted flash units even at precarious angles. The flexibility of the arms allow total articulation as needed.

Novoflex Flash Bracket Reviews

Reviewed by 4 customers


Spendy but excellent


from Carpinteria, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Expensive, but solid build quality, light and great ergonomics for such a simple design. The little ball head is also nicely designed. My only caution would be: to be careful with the screw holes on the bracket. I almost cross threaded one because I wasn't paying close enough attention. That would have ruined one of the ports, very avoidable mistake.I also purchased the 17" flexible gooseneck extension arm. Get this if you do macro work! It makes your rig heavier, and sometimes a bit awkward to hand hold (if you are not using a tripod), but the light directing, and shadow casting abilities it gives you really unlock serious creative avenues in your macro shots. I recommend getting a flash diffuser too. Like the simple collapsible softbox one Adorama sells for like 12 bucks. [...]

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Has allowed me to start shooting again!


from Valley Forge, PA  -  Professional

In September '07, I started having severe pain in my left arm which later turned into partial paralysis in my left hand. This continued into my right arm/hand as well and is now affecting my legs and feet. It is thought that I may have M.S. though I am still waiting on a diagnosis. I shoot primarily with a Nikon D-300 which I keep on the Novoflex bracket at all times. Without it, I can baraly hold my camera, but with it, I can shoot even with my largest and heaviest lens (Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 IS). I have a top of the line Custom Brackets (Digital Pro M) which I never use. I find the Novoflex to be much easier to use, plus I can hold it by the handle and don't have to worry about dropping my camera. My only wish is that there was an easy way to mount and dismount the camera to the bracket as the bracket is a bit bulky and makes it hard to store my camera/bracket in my camera bag when not in use.


Very flexible


from Brisbane, Australia  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I wanted to get my flash off-camera for macro photography. This bracket does that easily. I was very impressed with the quality of construction. The ball-head easily supports the weight of 430EX flash + diffuser, and at the same time provides a way of moving the flash in any direction. Not just for macro, because of the ability to quickly change position of the flash via the ball-head, you could use it for portrait work.


Big solid and well made, bit expensive


from London

Bigger than I expected, very strong, although the tiny screw on the ball head could of been made a bit better. The ballhead allows you to tilt the head 90 degrees, so you can use it as a sort of flip bracket.


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Shopper  I received the Unimarm today. The picture shown on the website is different from what I got- in the picture there is a small rectangular box underneath the universal plate. Mine came without this box. I can see no way to attach the camera plate to a monopod. Question: Where did this box go?
DJORN C  I believe it actually depends on which model of flash bracket you purchased. I purchased mine a year or so ago, before they offered the Arca plate on the bracket, which now I believe is offered as an option. I subsequently looked at their website and saw that they offered both options; one with a plate and one without a plate, each with a different model number. The one with the plate was more expensive than the one without the plate. The photos used for illustration can be misleading if you don't watch the model numbers. Check your receipt and see if they shipped the wrong unit, or if you ordered the wrong one by mistake. For my purposes, I purchased an aftermarket plate which I then screwed onto the flash bracket. It makes the assembly a "little taller" on the tripod than the one "built in", but it works just fine!
Shopper  Will the Novoflex dual flash flexible arm bracket fit onto the Nikon D4 body?
Andrew R  Yes, this unit should work with a Nikon D4.
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