Lastolite TriFlash Bracket by Joe McNally

BH #LABTFJM • MFR #LL LR2457JM
Lastolite TriFlash Bracket by Joe McNally
Key Features
  • Rotating Shoes Maximize IR Receiver
  • 5/8" Stand Mount
The Lastolite TriFlash by Joe McNally is a further refinement of the original TriFlash. In use, sometimes the positioning of the IR sensor can become problematic. This Joe McNally version features unique rotating shoes for all 3 flashes to ensure that the sensor on each flash "sees" the on-camera master flash. The mount also features an umbrella receptacle and a 5/8" (16 mm) stand mount.
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Lastolite LL LR2457JM Overview

The Lastolite TriFlash by Joe McNally is a further refinement of the original TriFlash. In use, sometimes the positioning of the IR sensor can become problematic. This Joe McNally version features unique rotating shoes for all 3 flashes to ensure that the sensor on each flash "sees" the on-camera master flash. The mount also features an umbrella receptacle and a 5/8" (16 mm) stand mount.

Attach up to three flash guns
Umbrella socket
Rotating shoe mounts
Screw locking
Can be mounted onto standard brass spigot
UPC: 870862006591

Lastolite LL LR2457JM Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.69 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.65 x 9.6 x 1.55"
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I have this bracket and the large knob that is ...

I have this bracket and the large knob that is used to angle the bracket is so loose that I cannot use this bracket - it won't stay balanced. Anyone else have this problem or know a fix?
Asked by: Catherine
Not sure why you are having this issue but I would recommend trying to unscrew the knob and removing the tilt and then see if you can add some washers to shim any gaps.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-09-08

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Does this bracket support an SB800 and SB900 combination? I use TT5s, the reviews so far have not been great when using them. Do you recommend their use?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it should be fine. I've tried a number of brackets. This is my favorite bracket for speed lights so far.
Answered by: Darren F.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Would i need the Joe McNally Triflash bracket if i were to use 3 Canon 600exRT speedlites along with the ST-E3 RT or would the normal Lastolite triflash bracket suffice ?
Asked by: Anonymous
I use a normal Lastolite bracket to trigger 3 flashes. One on a cable to the camera and the other two fired by the optical slave. Not the same model of flash though.
Answered by: Benen H.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Could you trigger three flashes using one Pocket Wizard TT5 connected to the flash bracket and oneTT1 attached to the camera hot shoe to trigger the flash?
Asked by: Albert F.
The triflash bracket is not hot so I think your answer is NO... unless the TT5 has that capability to trigger 3 flashes. The bracket does not add to that capability. I don't use TT5 - I use pocket wizards or the Nikon built-in CLS su-800 or other Capable flash to trigger
Answered by: Peter B.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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