Godox S-Type Speedlite Bracket for Elinchrom

BH #GOSEC • MFR #S-EC
Godox
Godox S-Type Speedlite Bracket for Elinchrom
Key Features
  • Maximize Flash w/ Elinchrom Accessories
  • Tilting Bracket with 5/8" Receiver
  • Non-Scratch Mounting w/o Touch-Fasteners
Adjustable to fit most speedlites, the Godox S-Type Speedlite Bracket for Elinchrom lets you to maximize the potential of your on-camera flash while allowing you to use Elinchrom accessories. The bracket supports your flash either vertically or horizontally, employing non-scratching, light pressure rather than touch-fasteners or tape. Light modifiers such as reflectors, softboxes, and snoots mount to the front of the bracket as they would on a Elinchrom flash head. The bracket tilts nearly 180 degrees and has a 5/8" receiver for stand mounting.
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Godox S-EC Overview

Adjustable to fit most speedlites, the Godox S-Type Speedlite Bracket for Elinchrom lets you to maximize the potential of your on-camera flash while allowing you to use Elinchrom accessories. The bracket supports your flash either vertically or horizontally, employing non-scratching, light pressure rather than touch-fasteners or tape. Light modifiers such as reflectors, softboxes, and snoots mount to the front of the bracket as they would on a Elinchrom flash head. The bracket tilts nearly 180 degrees and has a 5/8" receiver for stand mounting.

Benefits

  • No pre-assembly or post disassembly
  • Mount speedlite vertically or horizontally
  • Mounts with light pressure - no touch-fasteners
  • Adjustable to fit all brands of speedlites
  • Allows use of studio light modifiers
  • Umbrella input channel
  • Godox S-EC Specs

    Mount5/8" (16 mm) receiver
    Dimensions8.6 x 6.0 x 2.2" (22 x 15 x 5.5 cm)
    Weight14.4 oz (410 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight1.155 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.35 x 6.6 x 2.6"
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