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Brand: RPS Studio
Located in: Flash/Lighting
RPS Studio Stealth Flash Bracket with iTTL Cord for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras with 10 Pin Connectors - 7" Height
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Avg. Customer Rating:
 
3.5 stars
(based on 2 reviews)
 
Get's the job done
By JeffersonVerified Purchaser from Goodland, KS on 2/21/2009
Pros:
Lightweight, Versatile
Cons:
Not tripod mountable
Best Uses:
Fill Flash, Photojournalism
Describe Yourself:
Semi-Professional
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about RPS Studio RPS Studio Stealth Flash Bracket with iTTL Cord for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras with 10 Pin Connectors - 7" Height:

It only gives me an extra inch or so when shooting horizontal, but I really bought it to shoot vertical. It's thin enough that I can keep my D300 w/grip glued to my face while accessing the controls. It's like the bracket isn't even there.

The only bad thing is that when I flip to shoot vertical, there's a bit of a gap between the bracket and my battery grip. This makes the flash arm a bit wobbly. I'll probably super-glue some pennies to that part of the bracket to fix this problem.

All in all, it does what I bought it for.

 
Not to bad with alittle help
By TimVerified Purchaser from Gastonia, NC on 1/21/2008
Best Uses:
Fill Flash, Photography, Photojournalism
Pros:
Lightweight, Reliable, Strong Construction
Cons:
Poor Interface
Describe Yourself:
Hobbyist/Enthusiast
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about RPS Studio RPS Studio Stealth Flash Bracket with iTTL Cord for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras with 10 Pin Connectors - 7" Height:

I've used this for a few photo shoots I did and it's very useful to be able to flip the flash up when turning the camera on edge and keep your flash above the lens. I have a Nikon D50 with the extended battery grip and it had enough room to clear when mounted. Only problem I had is that it wouldn't fit flush with the camera at my hand as clamed. The slot in the bottom wasn't long enough to allow it to slide over. I used a drimmel tool to notch out the slot and allow it to fit flush other than that it works very well now. It may work better with larger cameras but the gap was big enough I don't think so.

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