Interfit Photographic Strobie Metal Umbrella Bracket with Adjustable Flash Shoe

Interfit Photographic
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About Interfit Photographic

The Interfit Metal Umbrella Bracket with Adjustable Flash Shoe provides a mounting base for a single umbrella in combination with an off-camera flash gun. This all metal bracket offers individual adjustments for the flash shoe, umbrella and light stand.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(6)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (4),Versatile (3)
Best Uses:
Portraits (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Semi-pro photographer (3)

Interfit Photographic Features

  • Hot shoe compatible with mountable flash guns (excluding Sony/Minolta)

Interfit Photographic Specifications

Stand Mount
5/8"
Bracket Type
Tilt head bracket
Compatibility
Hot shoe mountable flash guns (excluding Sony/Minolta)
Construction
Metal
Weight
3.9 oz (110g)

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.5

(based on 6 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Well built and sturdy

I use it to hold my flash and umbrella.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Shows some lack of quality control.

I recently purchased three of these brackets for my home studio and the thumbscrew that holds the umbrella rod on each were quite a loose fit. In fact, on one of them, I was able to pull the thumbscrew out of the threads on the bracket itself without having to unscrew it. It would never had held an umbrella securely. That said, it was quickly replaced by Adorama's customer service and the new one was about the same as the other two originals. In the end, they will work fine for my needs but I...

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I recently purchased three of these brackets for my home studio and the thumbscrew that holds the umbrella rod on each were quite a loose fit. In fact, on one of them, I was able to pull the thumbscrew out of the threads on the bracket itself without having to unscrew it. It would never had held an umbrella securely. That said, it was quickly replaced by Adorama's customer service and the new one was about the same as the other two originals. In the end, they will work fine for my needs but I'm not sure how long they will last. For the cost, I would say they are worth a try. Perhaps the thumbscrew issue will get addressed in the near future. I would then give it 4 or even 5 stars.

Reviewed by 6 customers

 
5.0

Well built and sturdy

By

from Shepherdstown, WV  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use it to hold my flash and umbrella.

 
3.0

Shows some lack of quality control.

By

from New York  -  Photo Enthusiast

I recently purchased three of these brackets for my home studio and the thumbscrew that holds the umbrella rod on each were quite a loose fit. In fact, on one of them, I was able to pull the thumbscrew out of the threads on the bracket itself without having to unscrew it. It would never had held an umbrella securely. That said, it was quickly replaced by Adorama's customer service and the new one was about the same as the other two originals. In the end, they will work fine for my needs but I'm not sure how long they will last. For the cost, I would say they are worth a try. Perhaps the thumbscrew issue will get addressed in the near future. I would then give it 4 or even 5 stars.

 
5.0

Solid Bracket

By

from St. Petersburg, Florida  -  Pro Photographer

I am very pleased with this bracket. I appreciate that it is made from metal instead of flimsy plastic, very sturdy. I was surprised to find that there seems to be some sort of teeth inside that locks it in to position to assure that the bracket doesn't creep. Loved that it came with a sturdy shoe as well.

 
5.0

Solid Metal Umbrella Bracket

By

from Fairfax, VA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I purchased this bracket to use with a new light stand and my Canon flash units. It works exactly as expected and is solidly constructed (solid knobs; locks down tight). If you're looking for an umbrella bracket that can take a lot of packing/unpacking abuse, this is a good choice. No downsides, except for weight (it's a bit heavier than similar plastic brackets).

 
5.0

Wow! So well Constructed

By

from Scaramento  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I have researched over and over and found so many good looking and brand named ones a [*], but these when I received it felt so well made and the construction is by far superior than many others. I have (3) and will by a few more. Why? because I can :) I have huge hands and this product is built to handle my sometimes over torque hands.

 
4.0

Good Quality, Good Price

By

from Nevada  -  Semi-pro Photographer

The main body of the unit appears to be made of cast aluminum and the clamp for the flash of extruded aluminum. Quality seems good and the flash is easy to attach. I have made various adapters out of a 5/8" dowel in order to attach it to differing stands and hang it from railing. If you are using the bracket with an existing stand make sure that the shaft is 5/8". It also fits many microphone stands.

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Shopper  Would you say this is a better umbrella bracket than the "Adorama Universal Umbrella Bracket (SKU:LTUSH)?
HAO N  I do not have Adorama Universal Umbrella Bracket so I can not give a comparative statement. What I can say is that these Interfet brackets are well built, articulate & I would surely buy them again.
james g  I received the Interfit bracket, and when I install the shaft of the umbrella, it is angled down. I've inserted the shaft of the umbrella from both sides of the bracket, and there is no difference. According to the Adorama video, the umbrella should be pointed slightly up so the flash is aimed at the center of the umbrella. Not mine. What gives?
MICHAEL P  You can adjust the angle. Loosen up the middle screw and tilt however many degrees you desire, then tighten it up again. Easy as pie.
james g  When I watch the Adorama video about placing the umbrella into the bracket, the umbrella is clearly angled up so the flash shoots into the middle of the umbrella. According to the presenter, the hole for the umbrella shaft should be angled. However, the Interfit hole is clearly level, and when I place the shaft of the umbrella into the hole, the umbrella is clearly not angled up, but is instead level, and the light is aimed at the top of the umbrella. What gives?
ANASTACIO L  It's made in China.
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