Stroboframe Quick Flip 350-35mm Flash Bracket with Adorama Off-Camera eTTL2 3' Coiled Flash Cord for Canon EOS

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About Stroboframe

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Quick Flip models offer high value, compact size, light weight and fast handling. No wonder they're the best-selling brackets on the market! Although lower in price than our top-of-the-line brackets, they share the same quality materials and construction. The Quick Flip 350 accepts all 35mm cameras except those with large, accessory battery packs or motor drives.

Adorama Off-Camera iTTL Coiled Flash Cord (3-Ft Max) for Nikon Cameras
These off-camera TTL cords are significantly less expensive than the cords available by the camera/flash manufacturer.

With a 3 foot coiled cord and a male flash shoe on the bottom of the connector for the flash, these cords were designed to allow most better flash brackets that have a flash accessory shoe to mount either a flash or a TTL cord.

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Reviewed by 4 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Very fragile

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from Grapeland TX  -  Professional

I loved it the first time I used it, but when I went to put it together the 2nd time the cord apparently is broken. Good idea bad performance.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Update

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from Upstate NY  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I tried to return just the broken cable. They said that since I threw out the piece of paper attached to the bag it came in I could only get store credit. She said they could resell the cable. I tried to point out that I hope they would not try to sell a broken cable. She said she would be happy to email me the return policy. Logic has no place here. This is my last order from here.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Nice frame, cable is junk

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from Upstate NY

cable separated from the housing at the flash end after 2nd use. This caused weird activity on the camera. I actually think it screwed up my FLASH card. I ended up with a memory error and a bunch of images went into the bit bucket.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent piece of equipment

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from Grapeland, TX  -  Professional

It fits perfect with my Canon XT and attached battery pack. THe filp feature works perfect. If you shoot wedding or parties this is a necessary piece of equipment.

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Dorothy B  Will this work with my Canon SX1-IS camera and my Canon 430EX speedlite?
Kitty M  It should. You attach one end of the cord to the hot shoe on your camera and the other end to your 430. Then you attach the flash to the shoe on the bracket. The bottom arm of the bracket attaches to your camera where a tripod attaches. As long as you have that it will work.
Dorothy B  Thanks for the prompt reply. I will order one tonight.
Shaun V  Which stroboframe is best top use with a Canon EOS40D camera with a 580 flash?
ROBERT M. L  I have used one of these Stroboframe's for a while and it works. For the price, it was fine for my needs. It adds bulk to what you carry, but you can see that just looking at it. The swivel point does not lock so you may need to tighten the holding screw to get the flash angle to hold. That has been my only complaint which is little to notheing on a scale of 1 to 10. There are more expensive ones out there but this one did the job for me.
Shopper  Will this bracket work with my canon 7D with Canon grip battery pack?
ADAM A  yes it will I have one and it works great, this bracket is a little on the weak side tho but pretty solid for the price, best of luck.
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