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Stroboframe Flash Mount Adapter - Standard Shoe Type

Stroboframe Flash Mount Adapter - Standard Shoe Type
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Stroboframe 300-SHO Overview

Featuring a clamping-style lock, this mount securely holds the heaviest shoe units. It will not loosen up while a locating pin ensures that it won't twist on the bracket. The Bracket Shoe Mount attaches with the bracket's mounting knob. Machined, solid aluminum construction.

Stroboframe makes mounts for every type of flash unit. This knob also functions to attach flash units with 1/4"-20 sockets or dedicated TTL cords.

UPC: 750062001797

Stroboframe 300-SHO Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
3 x 3 x 2"

Stroboframe 300-SHO Reviews

No mounting screw included.

By Bob
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-11-08

Did not include a 1/4 20 screw to mount on stroboframe flash bracket which came without a flash shoe. B&H description did not mention that an additional purchase would be required in order to use this item. Product appears to be usable but I have been unable to use it yet.

I would buy this again

By Tdog
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-12-26

I use this for mounting accessories. It works well.

Best adapter I've found

By Ron L.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-09-14

Most secure mount I've found. It holds the flash firmly in place. I pulled the little know on the bottom off with a pair of plyers.

Great shoe. But there are 2 versions are on the B&H site.

By Andy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-08-05

Very nice shoe. Works well. This version includes a locating pin on the bottom, which you cannot really see in the photo, but is noted in the description. Oddly, the B&H site doesn't present both if you're doing a search. If you need a shoe WITHOUT the pin but bought this version by accident, this is easily fixed. Simply wrap some pliers with some masking tape. Grip the pin and twist it to break the glue that holds it in, and it will come right out. Then you have the option of re-installing it later if you need the locating pin.

Beautiful design

By Gerald
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-06-28

It works very well . Great design and precise fit


By Durph
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-06-23

Great little units. The pin that is mentioned in previous reviews is not a problem for me, the pin overhangs the mounting peg on my light stands. Very sturdy. I will be buying more.

I will be purchasing more of these

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-10-15

Solid build quality!

Sturdy mount

By Dimitri
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-01-09

I own 6 of them and they are all very reliable.

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I'm trying to set up off camera flash and I cannot figure out how I attach the flash and pocket wizard to this device.
Asked by: Anonymous
To attach a flash or pocket wizard to the Stroboframe Flash Mount Adapter, you simply mount the flash as if you were mounting the device onto the hot shoe of your camera, and tighten the knob to secure it to the clamp.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

can this mount be used to connect well to the ...

can this mount be used to connect well to the Canon 580 EXII flash?
Asked by: Sandra
While you do not indicate in your inquiry what item you are trying to connect to the Canon 580EX II Speedlite Flash, the Canon 580EX II does have a standard ISO hot shoe design, and the Stroboframe Flash Mount Adapter - Standard Shoe Type, B&H # STFMS, would be compatible for use with the Canon 580EX II Speedlite Flash. The Stroboframe Flash Mount Adapter has a standard 1/4"-20 female tripod screw socket on the bottom of the unit, which would allow you to mount the Stroboframe Flash Mount Adapter (and the Canon 580EX II Speedlite Flash) onto other items.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2018-12-10


I was looking at this as a way to attach a Speedlite to a small ball head attached to a stand. What is the difference between this item (300-SHO) and item 300-405, and which is recommended? Thanks.
Asked by: Dave
It looks like the 300-405 also include a wing screw for mounting and costs less. Go figure.
Answered by: Ray M.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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