Lastolite TriFlash Shoe Mount Bracket

Lastolite TriFlash Shoe Mount Bracket

Lastolite TriFlash Shoe Mount Bracket

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Product Highlights

  • Attach Up to 3 Portable Flashes
  • Built-In Umbrella Socket
  • Mounts on to Standard Brass Spigot
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The Lastolite TriFlash Shoe Mount Bracket allows you to mount up to three portable shoe mount flashes on a single bracket which can be mounted on a standard brass spigot. An umbrella socket allows the use of a reflective or shoot-through umbrella.

Attach up to 3 portable shoe mount flashes
Built-in umbrella socket
Mounts on to standard brass spigot
UPC: 870862007574
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Lastolite TriFlash Shoe Mount Bracket
  • 2-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    Lastolite LL LA2423 Specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.5 x 3.9 x 0.8"

    Lastolite LL LA2423 Reviews

    TriFlash Shoe Mount Bracket is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 19.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pre-Pocket Wizard Flex TT5 era Used for multiple speedlights with umbrella (or other light modifier). You can mount up to three speedlights, but BEWARE. These were NOT designed with PW Flex TT5 in mind! They can, however, be FORCED to work. Two of the three thumbscrews for shoe mounts have to be taken completely out and GROUND down with an emory wheel a full 16th of an inch to allow the Flex TT5 to be mounted. Additionally, the the long thumbscrew for the umbrella has to hack-sawed off about 1/4th of an inch! Works great AFTER that, if you don't damage the hollow screw for the shoe mount by squeezing it too hard in a vise to hold it while grinding!
    Date published: 2011-04-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well-designed and useful. It does exactly what it should. It seems a bit overpriced, but after checking alternatives, I decided to bite the bullet. I have only had a chance to use it once so far, but I appreciated its benefits. The first one I received had a bent screw, but when I returned it B&H replaced it quickly. I especially like the fact that the shoe clamps are designed to accept different brands of flashes (i.e., they will handle those with 45 shoe side edges or my Sony's straight ones). I had previously received a free multi-flash bracket as part of a flash package I had purchased elsewhere, but I couldn't use it because it was designed for 45 edges only.
    Date published: 2017-05-23
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not for Canon Flashes + Shoe Design Flaw I did quite a bit of research before committing $ dollars for this bracket. Reason: it is the smallest tri-flash design on the market.I liked the quality: it's solidly built. The reason I had to return it was: the cold shoes seem to be made for Nikon flash. My Canon 600EX or the 580EX simply can not be fully inserted into the cold shoe. About %20 of the foot is hung outside. I thought no problem, 80% surface should suffice. However no matter how much I tighten it, with a few light jiggles, the flash comes a bit loose. This is not acceptable, as most of the time, my flashes are installed with the umbrella shaft at an angle. The last thing you want is three of your 600EX (totaling $1800) to fall on a hard surface.Another design flaw I found is: most of my cold-shoes I use have an angular design to the sides. So when you tighten it, the flash shoe plate is pressed downwards in addition to being pressed inwards. This bracket's cold-shoes have flat sides, so it press inward only. This certainly contributed to the loosen nature of the lock.For $ this product needs to be much better. I returned the product.
    Date published: 2012-06-12
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not So Great.... I was really excited to get this Lastolite TriFlash Bracket. I have other Lastolite products, and their quality has always been good. When it arrived I noticed that one of the mount tightening screws was crooked, at an angle. When I tried to tighten it with a flash attached, it would not tighten sufficiently to hold the flash in place. I took the screw out, and it was bent at an angle, and the hole into which it screwed was very sloppy in the way it was tapped out. Rather poor manufacturing for what it cost. Fortunately, the folks at B & H have taken it back, and they were very gracious about the problem. It pays to do business with people who you can trust.
    Date published: 2015-10-11
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor quality & forget using with FlexTT5 Unlike most Lastolite products, this one is a loser. 1. The tiny springs that help spread the fingers will dislodge very easily, and once that occurs you will not be able to tighten the shoe mount. Good luck with trying to get them re-aligned. 2. Straight out of the package, the fingers will not tighten enough to hold a FlexTT5. Even if they did, you would not be able to get 3 of them mounted in the bracket at the same time. Sorry Lastolite, but this bracket is NOT a keeper.
    Date published: 2011-10-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Serves the purpose For down and dirty jobs requiring something better than on-camera flash, I want equipment that transports easily, sets up and breaks down quickly, and doesn't give me headaches. I have the first generation of this bracket. After some skimpy pieces of metal designed to hold the flash fell off, I removed the rest and got it down to simple black cold shoes. Locking was provided by the Canon 600 series flash itself. That works fine. This new unit is somewhat larger and uses thumbscrews to tighten the flash to the bracket. The flash shoe locks don't grab anything. I subtracted one star because you'd better make sure these thumbscrews are really tight or your very expensive flashes may dislodge from the shoe. Otherwise, you should enjoy this unit, even if you rarely venture beyond one flash.
    Date published: 2016-12-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Add more Light This bracket can easily hold 3 speedlights when you need more light that a single flash will provide. I use it primarily outside for off camera wedding photos when I have larger groups or when I need more power for high speed sync situations. I have modified it to accept the Radio Popper bracket foot with 1/4 screw/
    Date published: 2010-06-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Triple your power If you want to use flash with light modifiers such as softboxes and umbrellas, one flash alone is often underpowered. By using an adapter that can hold multiple flashes, you can increase the amount of light generated, and/or reduce the recycle time between shots. This adapter allows 3 flashes to be used together. There is another product by a company called lightware called FourSquare, which can hold 4 flashes and has some other extra capabilities, but that is much more expensive. The Lastolite is less expensive, well made, and adaptable. A few notes: a. Lastolite currently make 3 different versions of the TriFlash bracket. This one has adjustable mounts, which as adjust the slightly non-standard sized flash feet (Nikons are well known for this). The cheaper one is not adjustable in this manner (and also seems flimsier to me.) The most expensive version has a built in hot shoe do if you can trigger it (e.g. with a wired or wireless remote) all 3 flashes will fire. I presume this only works in Manual mode. Using this mount and appropriate wireless adapters (I use Pocketwizard TT5s) you can work via TTL. The unit has an umbrella adapter. Curiously it has a 2nd space that looks like it could also be used for an umbrella, but does not include a thumbscrew. This would be very interesting as it would allow mounting a reflective umbrella in one direction and a shoot through umbrella in the other direction which would create a quick, cheap softbox. I'll be experimenting later to see if I have a thumbscrew that might fit.
    Date published: 2011-02-20
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