Morris Vertical / Horizontal Flip Bracket With Extension Arm

Morris Vertical / Horizontal Flip Bracket With Extension Arm

Morris Vertical / Horizontal Flip Bracket With Extension Arm

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Product Highlights

  • Holds 35mm or Medium Format Camera
  • Flip Camera to Vertical or Horizontal
  • Lockable Crossbar
  • Built-In Quick Release Plate
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The 32301 Morris Vertical Horizontal Flip Bracket is an easy to use, it easily flips the camera from a horizontal to a vertical position without moving the flash. It has a lockable crossbar to center the light source over the camera lens, and a flash is mounted on a shoe attached to a telescoping arm with 2-sections that extend up to 28" high to eliminate shadow and red eye. Its built-in release plate allows any camera to be centered under the flash. It will fold and fit easily into the included nylon pouch when not in use.

Holds a Digital 35mm or Medium Format Camera
Quickly and Easily Flip Camera from Horizontal to Vertical and back without moving the flash
Lockable Crossbar centers light over camera lens
Flash is mounted on a shoe attached to 2 section telescoping arms extending up to 28" high to eliminate shadow and red eye
Built-in quick release plate allows any camera to be centered under the flash
Folds when not in use to fit in the included nylon pouch
UPC: 689670188104
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Morris Vertical / Horizontal Flip Bracket With Extension Arm
  • Nylon Storage Pouch
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Morris 690620 specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.0 x 10.25 x 3.1"

    Morris 690620 reviews

    Vertical / Horizontal Flip Bracket With Extension Arm is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 25.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product and customer service The bracket is well made and adjusts easily. The rubber cushion from the slot in the top arm was loose in the package and not attached to the arm. I contacted the Morris company and had the pleasure of dealing with Joe. He sent a replacement arm immediately. Based upon the quality of the product and the manufacturer's prompt response to the problem, I recommend the Vertical / Horizontal Flip Bracket and would purchase other products that the Morris company manufactures.
    Date published: 2010-12-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value I use this for weddings and it works well. It's a little on the heavy side and does not have any means to steady itself when set down
    Date published: 2011-06-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for the price I use this for events, sweet sixteens and weddings. Is great to be able to flip the camera without flipping the flash. The only tricky part to this is that if when your flipping the camera you must make sure you flipped it all the way , if not the bracket will flip with the camera.
    Date published: 2012-06-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bracket I was looking for a new flash bracket and came across this one and was impressed with the design. I was surprised and pleased with the smooth transition between vertical and horizontal framing without moving the light. No cons as this was just as advertised.
    Date published: 2013-01-14
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does the job, but I already want an upgrade For those who are getting their first bracket and are on a budget, this is fine. In fact, I'm glad I spent just a few more dollars on this than something that is plastic and dangerously flimsy. However, for those interested in this, there are a few things to consider: 1) Quick release is anything but quick. It will take some getting used to, for sure. Though I guess compared to the cheaper options, it is better than unscrewing a camera directly attached to the bracket. Getting the plate off is easy, but trying to get it back on will definitely take practice, and even so it will probably be inconvenient during fast-pace shoots. 2) The flip goes the wrong direction for my tastes. Some people aren't bothered by it, I'm sure, but I like being able to use the buttons on the battery grip with my hand held at the same location I'd hold it if it weren't rotated. With this bracket, the camera flips clockwise, and so obviously the buttons rotate with it, landing on the bottom. Again, this may not bother some people, but I feel less stable holding it that way. 3)No stand for setting the whole thing down on the ground. This is something I ALWAYS used when I borrowed my old boss's bracket, and I know I'll miss it when I need it most. This bracket is better built for a studio setting where you would mount it, not for outside on location. I know that my next move will be to spring for the Custom Bracket, which is what I'm so used to using. While I can get by with this for some time and I don't see it breaking anytime soon, it's just too cumbersome for my liking and I would rather focus on my customers than fumbling with my equipment during a shoot.
    Date published: 2016-02-15
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Much Thought Went Into Design 5 Major Design Flaws 1 - No base to Keep the Camera Upright. 2 - No place to Attach a Quick Release Plate. 3 - Too Many Plastic Parts. 4 - Camera Controls Rotate Under & Away From User 5 - Flimsy Construction. The only good thing that I did like about this bracket was the height adjustment and price.
    Date published: 2012-04-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great light weight bracket I use this products when I shoot events especially if I can not bounce the flash off a wall or ceiling. I like the adjustable height of the arm as well as the easy of movement between horizontal and vertical camera placement. It could be improved by offering a hot shoe mount with a screw to attach the TTL cord. Mine does not have a mount. Additionally if the bar which holds the flash could adjust so it could pivot down a bit that would allow me to us the extension arm higher when working in close quarters.
    Date published: 2015-05-04
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for... I bought this bracket for my Nikon D600 body. It would probably work be attached to a tripod, because it certainly is not easy to wield as a hand-held bracket. The quick release is not quick. You have to loosen a small knob to get the removable plate to slide to the end of the track and then pull down on the little lever at the end to release the plate. Putting the plate back onto the track requires you to line up little slots in the plate to ribs on the track. This is basically impossible to do without being able to look at what you are doing, intently. Not good for even photography when you need to paying attention to everything BUT your gear. I would imagine it would be acceptable for studio use where it is affixed to a tripod. Not what I was hoping to use it for, though. The over-all construction is decently stable. Everything seems relatively sturdy once the flip-able part of the bracket is secured into place.
    Date published: 2013-09-17
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