Stroboframe Camera Flip Bracket

Stroboframe Camera Flip Bracket

Stroboframe Camera Flip Bracket

B&H # STCF MFR # 310-900
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The Camera Flip is a compact, lightweight bracket at a very affordable price. Best for cameras without large add-on accessory motor drives. Comes complete with a machined, shoe-type flash mount. Supplied with machined, positive-locking shoe-mount. Mount is interchangeable with other optional flash mounts. Its compact size is perfect for travel and convenient for storage in camera bags.

The Camera Flip bracket accepts Stroboframe anti-twist camera plates for a reliably sure, rigid connection.  Please see this link for a list of compatible cameras.

Net Weight: 15.4 oz., Bracket Height: 9.5", Lens-to-Flash Distance: 12"

Low-profile Rotary-Link system lets you turn your camera from horizontal to vertical with a flick of the wrist. The flash stays centered above the lens.
Cushioned, neoprene foam grip is comfortable for both shooting and carrying.
UPC: 750062015152
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Stroboframe Camera Flip Bracket
  • Flash Mount Adapter - Standard Shoe Type
  • 1/4"-20 Camera Mounting Knob
  • Cork Base Pad
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    Stroboframe 310-900 specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.7 x 9.3 x 1.9"

    Stroboframe 310-900 reviews

    Camera Flip Bracket is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 112.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight and Versatile I picked this up bundled with a Canon 430EXII Speedlite and haven't regretted it for one minute. The ease with which this unit can flip from horizontal to vertical shooting and back again is great and it has numerous points you can move the cold shoe to depending on where you perfer to have your external flash mounted. I did find it necessarily to tighten the nuts on the flip platform to stop it from flipping around quite so easily, but that's to be expected with something like this. I've also found this bracket works especially well as a stabilizer for small camcorders and an external microphone.
    Date published: 2011-01-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for the price. I am using this for my d200 with an sb-800 flash. I previously owned a flash flip bracket but was unhappy with the sturdyness of the flash mount. This camera flip bracket is well built for the price and rotates so that the shutter release is on top. The problem i have is that when you let go of the bracket to zoom, the weight of the flash causes the bracket to move. You sort of have to balance the bracket with your left forearm while zooming. Kinda annoying but i've gotten used to it. Other than that i think its a great flash bracket. I enjoy these camera flip types over the flash flip.
    Date published: 2008-06-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sturdy but could use some tweaking I use this for weddings and portraits mostly. It is sturdy and light but I think it could use a few extra slots in the bottom for the screw that mounts to the camera body. This would allow you to mount the body further away from the pivot and would make it possible to use larger diameter lenses. It's all I can do to fit my Canon Elan 7E and 28-135 IS combo. I also purchased the anti-twist plate for my Canon Elan 7E but couldn't use it because the top ot the plate blocked the film door. You would have to remove the camera from the bracket to change film. Not too convenient during a wedding.
    Date published: 2008-06-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Handy Tool I purchased this bracket to use with my first external flash, though at the time I was uncertain how much I'd actually use it. Having now tried it out, I can see it'll be nice to have--in my case, I will probably use it mainly as a poor-man's macro flash rig. The build seems quite robust. The flipping mechanism I find perhaps a touch awkward, but for the most part it seems to work quite well for what it is. I was a little skeptical of the mounting piece for the flash upon first seeing it, but it seems to hold quite strong in practice. Overall, I'm glad I made this small investment to add a little more flexibility to my flash.
    Date published: 2013-01-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice bracket, but could be improved This bracket is well built and simple to use. However, the bracket has a tendency to move, which drives me a little crazy. You can compensate my steadying it with your left hand while shooting, but I'm still at the point where this doesn't come as second nature and it seems like the bracket moves just as I'm ready to take the shot. A minor annoyance that could have been easily solved by incorporating a quick-release knob and a couple of drilled holes in the frame to stabilize the bracket in both horizontal and vertical positions. Looking carefully at the bracket to devise a solution, this seems like an obvious design oversight. Still a good bracket, just not great.
    Date published: 2009-04-21
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Does NOT work with battery grip Overall, it's a budget flip bracket for a small dSLR camera. This will not work with a battery grip installed on your Canon EOD 30/40/50, 5, or 7 ... there isn't nearly enough clearance to flip the camera with the off-camera TTL cord or wireless adapter attached. It's small, and lightweight, and works o.k. without the grip installed. Even with the screws tightened down on the flip mechanism, the camera did not lock into position for me. I always had to support the camera with one hand and keep the camera set while supporting the bracket with the other. It works, but overall, I was not impressed with it. There are much better products on the market at this price point
    Date published: 2011-08-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bracket Works reasonably well I purchased this for use with a Canon 5D MK III. It works fairly well. It arrived with the flip arms a lirrle loose for the 5D, so I had to tighten them a bit. I was only able to tighten 3 of the 4 nuts. The 4th was too close to e underside of the mounting plate to accommodate even my small socket wrench, and I didn't have a standard wrench or the right size at the time. My assessment is that there needs to be a bigger space for adjusting the 4th nut.Even so, tightening the other three nuts helped keep the camera from unintentional flips to a vertical orientation. Overall, though, I am happy with the bracket.
    Date published: 2013-08-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great! What you don't see about the Flip Bracket, is HOW it rotates in place, keeping the lens inline with the flash above. Two little articulating metal levers allow you to lift, and rotate the camera in place. It even works with the D300s with the MB-D10 grip attached, albeit a little tight, as when it rotates there is about 1/8 of a gap between the drip and the top of the camera, but it works, and the shoe for the sync cable sits back enough so that it doesn't come in contact with the grip.
    Date published: 2011-06-05
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