Boom

For those times when I won’t be needing the power of a Studio Flash or when I want to travel lighter while cycling South America, I’ll be using Phottix’s Multi Boom 16″ flash bracket with a translucent umbrella and two YN560IV flash units. This option is also easier to setup and grabs less attention in crowded places (being handheld).

Features:
  • Mount one or more flashes with the heads centered inside umbrellas or Phottix Easy-Up Umbrella Softboxes, or umbrella-style softboxes from other manufacturers for more even light output.
  • Places the umbrella swivel outside umbrella-style softbox, allowing much greater tilt angles and fast easy access to the swivel handle.
  • Mount in an umbrella swivel, or in a grip head for tilt and swivel movement.
  • Allows full 180 degree tilt with Phottix Easy-Up Umbrella Softboxes, up to 90 cm (of 36″) in height or diameter.
  • Fast and easy set-up, base plate swivels and locks into position with one simple thumbscrew.
  • Quickly folds flat and compact for transport. Carrying bag included.
  • Mount the baseplate in multiple positions for different flash layouts, or lower center of gravity.
  • The hand grip allows for holding of flashes mounted in a shoot-through umbrella or similar modifier.
  • Large, easy-to grip-thumbscrews are captured in the slots – no worries of lost thumbscrews.
  • Folded flat the bracket acts as a base stand for 2 flashes to sit on a flat surface (floor or table etc).
  • Solid all metal construction is simple, strong and long lasting with lightweight 6061 machined alloy material, with hard wearing black anodized finish.
  • Upright flash mounting is ideal for hotshoe mounted radio triggers.
  • The eye bolt handle grip provides easy access to a handle outside the softbox, as well as a point to attach battery packs or small counterweights.
  • Using the base plate from a second Multi-Boom bracket allows for quad flash mounting, or two flash units and 2 battery packs.

 

Federico

Photographer cycling "in developing" countries making + printing + giving away portraits for those families who had none...

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