Stroboframe Quick Flip 350 Bracket

Stroboframe Quick Flip 350 Bracket for 35mm Cameras

Stroboframe Quick Flip 350 Bracket for 35mm Cameras

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Stroboframe Quick Flip 350 Bracket

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Quick Flip 350 (35mm) is our most economical flash-rotating bracket. 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.)

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"

UPC: 750062015138
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Stroboframe Quick Flip 350 Bracket for 35mm Cameras
  • Flash Mount Adapter - Standard Shoe Type
  • Replacement 1/4" Camera Mounting Screw for Quik-Flip 350
  • 5-Year Warranty
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    Stroboframe 310-635 specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.441 x 9.528 x 1.26"

    Stroboframe 310-635 reviews

    Quick Flip 350 Bracket is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 215.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from it's cheap, it works. The knob on the flash attachment is crummy plastic and hard to tighten/loosen. Flash attachment doesn't clamp down small enough to hold all accessories (I have a cold-shoe attachment which is too small for it to tighten down on- even screwed closed all the way, it is loose). Other issues - knob on bottom means your camera won't sit flat on a table when you put it down. No knob on flash accessory screw means you can't quickly remove a threaded accessory. But c'mon, it's cheap and durable. For what it costs, it's a perfectly good bracket. And if you're using it often enough to be really annoyed by its shortcomings, you should invest in a fancier one.
    Date published: 2011-01-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love the bracket, working out I have used Stroboframe flash brackets for years, and I won't work without them (I'm a wedding photographer). This new version is replacing a couple VERY beat up, WELL used older Flip brackets by Stroboframe. This new version has a track on the flipping arm that holds the flash unit, and it allows you to adjust where the flash is mounted on the arm. Still getting used to needing to move and secure this portion of the bracket -- I think it was easier when the flash mount on the flipping arm was stationary at the furthest point out on the arm, directly above the lens (my working opinion, only).
    Date published: 2014-06-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Choice I have been taking sports photos for some time now and have used a monopod exclusively the whole time. I was curious about how a bracket would work when I received a vicious hit on the sideline during a recent assignment for the newspaper at the local high school football game. The monopod was a great tool but it made me a bit less mobile. I've used the Tiffen Bracket several times and it has allowed me to remain close to the action, get better shots from the sideline and made it much easier to dodge players going out of bounds or hugging the sidelines. The lightweight construction material is excellent and the ease of movement invaluable.
    Date published: 2010-10-29
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poorly made bracket I bought this bracket for an event I was assigned to cover. Unfortunately the rubber pad which the camera sits on would not adhere to the bracket. It came to me unattached but with sticky glue already on it. So I pressed it firmly on and went about my business of preparing for the event. Within a half hour the rubber came off again. Since the event was the next evening I reattached the rubber only this time added three strong clamps to hold it in place. The next day I released the clamps and the rubber also released. I decided I did not want to mess with it so covered the event without the bracket, choosing instead to just hold the flash in my hand. Inconvenient but it worked when the bracket did not.
    Date published: 2015-06-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice, Inexpensive bracket Definately a must to get the flash off the camera's hot shoe to eliminate red eye and behind the head shadows. the main drawback was that if you have a vertical grip on your camera, and you shoot a vertical picture, you cannot reach the shutterrelease button on the vertical grip. You can reach the one on the camera, but it will be on the bottom of your rig. What I did was mount my camera backwards on the bracket, which then allowed me to use the shutter release on my vertical grip and free my left hand up in order to grab the zoom on my lens. It takes a bit of getting used to, and your configuration will depend on your shooting comfort.
    Date published: 2011-08-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for my Qflash I have the model that the camera swings from landscape to portrait. With this frame the flash swings to keep the flash over the camera. Much more room to have equipment in the hot shoe and if your holding the frame or the camera its more stable. The swing arm could be a little more snug and I replaced the thumb screw in the shoe on the arm with stainless Steel screw and locking washer. Also add second shoe to hold extra flash remote. The thumb screw should have been cut to allow the use of screw driver so the shoe would stay in place. That why only four stars.
    Date published: 2014-08-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Many Uses besides the Obvious I use this bracket for both my DSLR Video rigs. This is what I have found it useful for: 1. stabilizing the camera (can use two hands) 2. additional shoe mount 3. holding the camera when not in use (especially for use with my DSLR Video rig. I use a 60D with Zfinder 3xpro mounted with the adhesive mount onto my flip-out videwfinder. If you try to grab the camera by the left side, the weight of the zfinder flips the viewfinder open. When you grab it by the Bracket attached to the right side of the camera, it keeps the camera at an orientation where this does not occur. 4. additional mount screw holes 5. I use the quick flip option to hang my camera over my Bogan tripod apron.
    Date published: 2011-06-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better Than I Expected This relatively cheap bracket solved the problem I was having using other work-arounds. First, I'm shooting video outside and the weather here is very cold lately. The foam padding helps tremendously with this. Second, the bottom of the bracket actually have multiple holes in it to position your camera, tripod mount, accessories, wherever you want them. I've previously had to connect tripod mount, xlr adapter, and camcorder all together and it was really awkward to set down. Now, because I can spread out those connections, the entire bracket is balanced. I only wish there was more than one shoe on top of the device. I would have loved an additional shoe on the side to hold another mic.
    Date published: 2010-11-29
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