B&H # WO149100 MFR # 149100
You Pay: $110.00
B&H # OCPMB1 MFR # PMB-1
You Pay: $49.50
B&H # OCPMBVESA MFR # PMB-VESA
You Pay: $100.00
B&H # OCPMB1VESA MFR # PMB-1-VESA
You Pay: $112.50
B&H # IMBSM MFR # 3117
"good buy...Love it....I found that the hot shoe is a little tight then after you finess it in, it is a wee loose.Other than that,it works perfect.Everything tightens up fine but some of the knobs are a little small.I'd give it a 4 out of 1-5....I do a large number of location video interviews for news online and the included shoe mount bracket fits my LED light perfectly...which I use when I need a little extra light for a location sit down interview."See more
You Pay: $17.99
B&H # STQF350 MFR # 310-635
All Stroboframe Quick Flip Flash brackets have a pivoting flash arm that keeps the flash over the lens in both horizontal and vertical positions. They have a comfortable foam grip and a tripod mountable base. They allow the user to shoot and advance film as if no bracket were attached.
Net Weight: 10 oz., Bracket Height: 9.5", Lens-to-Flash Distance: 12"
"Nice grip...I love it...I replaced the cold shoe with a mini ball mount and used a new cold shoe (the one that comes with the bracket has a lock pin on the bottom that fits in a small hole on the bracket keeping it from sitting flat on another surface) with high strength thread locker....Bracket works great...only problem is that the flage where the turn screw attaches the flash to the bracket gets in the way so as to not completly tighten down if your using a turnscrew with a larger turnscrew"See more
You Pay: $19.80
B&H # COMD3000 MFR # 943813
"Love it...Love it....I use my hot shoe as a still guy, it has a very important job to do and I don't like loading it up with leveraged weight....I think it looks kind of strange but I think it works better than a straight bar because it lets you add two wireless RXs without taking off the mic holder that many pro video cameras have as it lifts the receiver OVER the mic attachment."See more
You Pay: $19.80
B&H # STCF MFR # 310-900
The Camera Flip bracket accepts Stroboframe anti-twist camera plates for a reliably sure, rigid connection. Please see this link
Net Weight: 15.4 oz., Bracket Height: 9.5", Lens-to-Flash Distance: 12"
"a WOW...Great Flip...I'm sure if I bought a bracket that was a little more expensive I wouldn't have the problem, but just handle it with a little care and it's not a big deal....I've also found this bracket works especially well as a stabilizer for small camcorders and an external microphone."See more
You Pay: $19.50
B&H # NEADPTADRV MFR # NWTADPTADRV
"good fit...works fine...This bracket is a tough aluminum frame with the electronic connectors to convert the pins of the 2.5 SSD to the SATA cable and power connectors....Works exactly as promised to install an SSD into a drive bay in my Mac Pro using the sled that came with the computer."See more
You Pay: $14.25
B&H # VECB100 MFR # CB-100
Five mounting holes on the camera platform allow for almost any camera to utilize the bracket. Choose the hole that best balances your camera and tighten it in place with the mounting knob. Attach the flash unit to the bracket's accessory shoe by loosening the red knob, inserting the flash into the accessory shoe and tightening. Connect your flash cable to the flash unit and wrap it around or secure it to the bracket arm and you are ready to shoot.
The flash arm rotates 180º with a smooth and easy flip for when you need to shoot vertical. The padded grip is a comfortable way to stabilize your camera when shooting and is strong enough to be used as a handle for the entire system when not shooting.
The accessory shoe can be positioned in one of two locations or unscrewed and removed to accommodate the Nikon SC-28 and SC-29 or other off-camera shoe cords.
"Good Buy...Works fine...it very ease to use for off the shoe shoot quick to setup and has a adjust bar to make room for and battery grip Thou it use the 600 speed light flash thou only on the straight position and 45 degree angle the straight 90 degree wouldn't hold a heavy flash best use a light one...I believe the Vello Quickdraw is a good product and performs as advertised."See more
You Pay: $18.99
B&H # VECB200 MFR # CB-200
The cold shoe can be positioned in multiple locations or removed altogether, to better accommodate Nikon SC-28 & SC-29 and other similar off-camera shoe cords.
"It's ok...LOVE IT...If you need a flash bracket on a daily basis, I'd recommend buying a much better one....The only criticism I have is that the bolt holding the camera in place does not get very tight, so the camera can come a little (very little) loose as you use the device, causing the camera to spin a bit as you try to rotate it."See more
You Pay: $18.95
B&H # CUFTB MFR # CB-FOLDING-T
"Love It!...thumbs up...It will still be a bit unwieldy but it will be better than the previous bracket as I believe the flash arm will stay in position better...the previous bracket would always open up into sort of the portrait position and the flash would be hanging way down low to my side when I connected to the BR harness....I use the bracket when shooting events, weddings, etc. the bracket is slightly large for my liking particularly when I attached the Speedlite YN600EX-RT it wobbles at the top, I feel the side handle is too far apart from the camera so it makes it a bit unstable but overall its a good product, I gave it 5 stars."See more
You Pay: $74.95
B&H # VECB510 MFR # CB-510
"Love it!...Great buy...Great for holding a light or a microphone when using a camcorder without a hot shoe...It is more comfortable to hold than it looks (although if you are doing serious professional work with a heavy camera and peripherals, a larger, more ergonomic grip would be a better choice)."See more
You Pay: $14.95
B&H # CUDPMK MFR # DIGITALPROMK
The kit includes the CMP universal camera mounting plate, the FCN flash mounting plate for Canon/Nikon off-camera flash cords, and the QR tripod quick release, for mounting the bracket to a tripod. This bracket is not recommended for shoe mounted infrared modules, such as the Metz 54, 70, 76, Canon ST-E2 etc.
"Love it!...Love it!!...Called the good people at B and H for advice on a solid, rotating flash bracket and they recommended this one...Great advice, Great bracket....Its a great asset when working the crowd at weddings and other events where you want to maintain consistency in lighting, as well as keeping your flash from getting knocked around by people moving past you while you're trying to set up the shot."See more
You Pay: $379.95
B&H # VECB600 MFR # CB-600
"5 stars...very good...This is a nicely made bracket with a rubberised top over a metal support....Iv purchased the flat and the right angled brackets and they are a must have for a photographer and videographer, strong build , screws not happy with, very old technology"See more
You Pay: $9.95
B&H # VECB415 MFR # CB-415
"Great buy....Works well...Best if used with a monopod or tripod as holding your camera with this and three accessories can be a bit heavy....The good thing is that I use the same bracket with a CANON camcorder and give a lot of new options."See more
You Pay: $24.95
B&H # WESMMA MFR # 5015
"Very happy...I love it....the problem I have with it is I own two canon 600 ex-rt flashes which are pretty heavy, they have a weather proof boot which makes it a little tough to seat it in all the way that is ok ....Much better built and will hold a s Speedlite and umbrella of various sizes very well."See more
You Pay: $29.90
B&H # GBBWAQ MFR # VA320
Flash brackets are designed to increase the distance between the flash head and the lens in order to minimize the occurrence of redeye and to also reduce flash-shadows behind the subject.
By using an "L" shaped bracket the flash is slightly off-center, which also adds a little more dimension to the face in portrait photography.
You Pay: $7.94
B&H # CUCBJK MFR # CBJUNIORKIT
This bracket is tripod ready, with 1/4-20" thread, and features a comfortable foam grip, and the swing-out leg adds support for when the bracket is set on a table or floor. Ideal for digital, 35mm and 645 medium format cameras.
"I like...Good buy...I particularly like this one as it offsets the camera back from the bracket grip and has a stabilizer for when you set it down....About the question of flipping the arm, the arm hinge does have a good spring that settles the arm firmly into either position, but unless the arm is latched down (with a latch causing its own set of problems), there will always a tipping point."See more
You Pay: $107.99
B&H # CUFSB MFR # CB-FOLDING-S
"Very nice...Works fine...Having a folding bracket is the best as it does not take up lots room....I am actually going to try attaching the bracket to my 400mm and my 70-200mm tripod collar to move the flash further up the lens using a better beamer for nature shooting."See more
You Pay: $69.95