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Impact Adjustable Twin Shoe Bracket

BH #IMLB230L • MFR #LB-230L
Impact
Impact Adjustable Twin Shoe Bracket
Key Features
  • Two Insulated Flash Shoe Mounts
  • Shoes Have Lateral Adjustment
  • Umbrella Receptacle
  • 5/8" Stand Mount
The Adjustable Twin Shoe Umbrella Bracket from Impact is a convenient accessory that allows you to double your flash or LED light's power. The LB-230L's T-Shaped aluminum bar has 2 insulated flash shoes connected to locking knobs that allow lateral movement of each flash along two channels in the bar.
In Stock
$29.95
Length
5"
15"
Number of Shoes
2
4
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question

Is this strong enough to hold 2 Godox Witstro 360's safely? I'm concerned about the weight of those units. Thank you
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the bracket is strong enough to hold two Godox AD360 flashes. Note you need to attach the battery to the stand and not the bracket.
Answered by: Rob K
Date published: 2023-03-27

Can I remove the cold shoes and attach any device ...

Can I remove the cold shoes and attach any device with a 1/4-20 female thread?
Asked by: Jibu
That will work.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-10-13

question

Wondering if this bracket could handle a couple of B1 ones on it using a hot shoe adapter?
Asked by: Kelly
Hello Kelly,i am wondering if with B1 you mean the Pro Photo B1. Given they have 500W I am not sure why you would want to bundle them together? If you meant the A1 - yes this would definitely work. the adaptor is well build. but for 2 studio flashes i would probably rather use 2 tripods.
Answered by: Pascal K.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Can additional shoe mounts be added?
Asked by: Robert
Yes you can add more shoes if you have them. Impact also makes a 4 shoe rig. Lastolite makes a three shoe rig designed by Joe McNally.
Answered by: Richard B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Can i attach my wireless receiver to the flash then both to the one flash shoe mount? or is that too much for the mount to hold?
Asked by: Anonymous
No problems
Answered by: Paul B.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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