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Broncolor Double Hot Shoe Adapter

BH #BRHSS21 • MFR #B-36.137.00
Broncolor Double Hot Shoe Adapter
Key Features
  • Sync Two Shoe-Mounted Radio Triggers
  • Supports Broncolor & PocketWizard Radios
  • Mounts to Camera's Hot Shoe
Work with two radio trigger systems simultaneously with the Double Hot Shoe Adapter from Broncolor. This adapter slides into your camera's hot shoe and provides two hot shoes to hold select Broncolor and PocketWizard radio triggers. It will fire both triggers without any delay, enabling more complicated lighting setups with your existing equipment.
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is there an adapter that will let your camera ...

is there an adapter that will let your camera fire both a broncolor transceiver and a profoto one at the same time?
Asked by: w henry
You can use this but in full manual only; no TT-L.
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2021-06-14


Will this work with a Pocketwizard TTL and a Profoto Air TTL remote with all it's TTL and HSS functions?
Asked by: Anonymous
This will not work as TTL at all. Only straight hotshoe to fire whatever is sitting in either the 2 slots. As you can see there is no other TTL contacts on the hotshoe to talk to whatever is attached to it.I wanted to buy this as I wanted to use my Canon transmitter and a PW at the same time. Problem is they made the hotshoes too close together so it was way to tight. Additionally when I tried to trigger them both there were some problems firing to get both to work together.The most problematic was the Profoto Air TTL, it simply would not fire any of the strobes at all. I think the Air TTL is looking for the signal contacts from camera hotshoe and since there isn't any on this splitter, it doesn't want to fire.I also thought I could use this to fire my Canon transmitter AND the Profoto Air TTL together. Again it wouldnt' work and the hotshoes are too close together. I really think they need to go back to the drawing board and redo for people who use dual triggers to fire all their different strobes together.
Answered by: Heath M.
Date published: 2021-06-12
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