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Impact Lightbar Tilt Bracket with 4 Locking Shoes

BH #IMLB430L • MFR #LB-430L
Impact
Impact Lightbar Tilt Bracket with 4 Locking Shoes
Key Features
  • Metal Construction
  • 4 Adjustable Insulated Locking Shoes
  • Umbrella Receptacle
  • 5/8" Stand Mount
The Impact Lightbar Tilt Bracket with 4 Locking Shoes is a convenient accessory that allows you to double or quadruple your flash power while softening the output and widening its coverage with an umbrella. The T-shaped Lightbar has 4 insulated locking accessory shoes for mounting up to 4 flash units or a combination of flash units, batteries and radio receivers. You can also use any of the shoes for an LED or quartz modeling light or for four constant light sources. The shoes are easily removable if desired.
In Stock
$39.95
Length
5"
15"
Number of Shoes
2
4
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Can additional adjustable insulated locking shoes ...

Can additional adjustable insulated locking shoes be purchased?
Asked by: Mark
Yes, please check out the FB-TGSMA Impact True Grip Shoe Mount Adapter. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1265089-REG/impact_fb_tgsma_true_grip_shoe_mount.html
Answered by: Gradus Support
Date published: 2019-06-19

question

Hi,I have some Canon 600EX-RT's that I'd like to use with this bar. Can flashes be mounted beneath the bar so that they hang upside down? Basically, I want two on top and two on the bottom.
Asked by: Robert
Yes, also, mounting it that way helps to balance the center of gravity around the pivot point and allow easier access to some controls.
Answered by: Andrey K.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Do the cold-shoe mounts on the bar allow for the flashes to swivel left and right? I assume so. For instance on one bar, lets say I have 2 flash units that I want each pointed out at 45 degree angles (as opposed to straight as into an umbrella) thanks in advance :)
Asked by: Eric S.
Yes, I have mounted 2 Canon 600EX RTs on the top and 2 on the bottom. Using this with the Westcott Orb and find it easier to mount the speedlites prior to attaching the softbox.
Answered by: Robbin C.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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