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Impact Twin Shoe Metal Umbrella Bracket

BH #IMFB230L • MFR #FB-230L
Impact
Impact Twin Shoe Metal Umbrella Bracket
Key Features
  • 2x Locking Insulated Flash Shoes
  • Fits 7-8 mm Umbrella Shafts
  • Aluminum Construction
  • 5/8" Stand Mount
The Impact Twin Metal Umbrella Bracket allows you to use 2 shoe mount flashes to a single stand while doubling the light output and diffusing it with an umbrella (preferably up to 45" wide). The aluminum bracket features a 180 degree tilt mount with a 5/8" receiver and an umbrella shaft for standard (7-8 mm) umbrella shafts.
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Impact FB-230L Overview

The Impact Twin Metal Umbrella Bracket allows you to use 2 shoe mount flashes to a single stand while doubling the light output and diffusing it with an umbrella (preferably up to 45" wide). The aluminum bracket features a 180 degree tilt mount with a 5/8" receiver and an umbrella shaft for standard (7-8 mm) umbrella shafts.

UPC: 847628553170

Impact FB-230L Specs

MaterialAluminum, polymer
MountStand mount: 5/8" (16 mm)
Umbrella socket: 0.27 - 0.31" (7.0-8.0 mm)
Dimensions5.0" (12.7 cm)
Weight9.0 oz (255 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.56 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.35 x 2.6 x 1.35"
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What's the distance between the cold shoes?

What's the distance between the cold shoes?
Asked by: Donghyun
The distance between shoes is 4".
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-09-11

question

Is the umbrella mounting hole angled upward to help center the flash beams in the center of the umbrella?
Asked by: Timothy
I don't remember, because I returned this product. My recollection is that it was NOT angled and that was why I did not like it. If it was angled, it did not hold the umbrella securely enough to keep the umbrella at the proper angle. I recommend you check out the Phottix brackets. Much better made, although more expensive.
Answered by: Jeff W.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Is the top bar supporting the two shoes rotatable? Also, the shoes are secured by bolts that appear to accept a hex wrench. Is each shoe independently rotatable with respect to the bar?
Asked by: Kim
0 I do not believe the hex bolts can be removed they maybe Lock tight. I just tried to unscrew the bolt and it would not move. But you can face your flash or light either direction in the shoe front or back.
Answered by: James S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Can this hold a large umbrella, e.g. 60 or even bigger?
Asked by: Adam N.
It has a substantial toothed locking system that should handle that fine.
Answered by: Erik B.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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