Bestselling Camera Flash Brackets in 2020
LimoStudio Camera Bracket Mount Heavy Duty Photography Video L-bracket with Standard Flash Shoe Mounts, AGG1179
- LimoStudio Heavy Duty Photography Video L-bracket with Standard Flash Shoe Mounts
- 1/4" thread to fit any standard camera or camcorder
- Two removable cold shoes
- Padded hand grip
- Camera mount can be adjusted from side to side
Stroboframe Camera Flip Flash Bracket
- Compact, lightweight flash bracket designed for cameras without add-on motor drives
- Low-profile Rotary-Link system lets you easily turn camera from horizontal to vertical
- Flash stays centered above lens at all times; comfortable, cushioned neoprene foam grip
- Machined, positive-locking shoe mount is interchangeable with optional flash mounts
- Nominal lens-to-flash distance of 12 inches; weighs 15.4 ounces; 5-year warranty
Anwenk Camera Flash Speedlite Mount Swivel Light Stand Bracket with Umbrella Reflector Holder for Camera DSLR Nikon Canon Pentax Olympus and Other DSLR Flashes Studio Light LED Light
EXMAX Metal Aluminum Alloy L-shape Camera Flash Bracket Flashlight Camera Holder Mount Quick Flip DSLR SLR
- The two L-shaped brackets can combine in multiple forms to apply for different requirements of cameras and flash speedlite.
- This is a L-shape bracket ,very stable and long-lasting,can detachable and assemble
- Adopt moveable head to flexibly position the flash horizontally or in vertical direction.
- Adopting standard 1/4'' thread and screw to joint with camera tripod and light stand.
- Material:aluminum alloy
Vello QuickDraw Rotating Flash Bracket
Vello CB-600 Straight Flash Bracket
- Additional Shoe & 1/4"-20 Screw
- Mount Light, Microphone, Remote, etc.
- 1-Year Limited Manufacture Warranty
LimoStudio Dual L Shape Camera Flash Bracket, Metal Aluminum Alloy, 1/4" Universal Thread, Speedlite & DSLR Camera Holder/Mount, Photo Studio, AGG1983
- [1 x] Pair of L-Shape Camera/Flash Mount Bracket
- Standard 1/4, 3/8 inch Screw Threads
- Flash Light Bracket Adapter
- Compatible with Any DSLR Camera/Flash Light
Neewer Professional Universal E Type Camera Flash Speedlite Mount Swivel Light Stand Bracket Umbrella Shoe Holder Fits Canon Nikon Pentax Olympus Nissin Metz and other Speedlite Flashes with Standard Shoe Mount
- This bracket is an inexpensive way of mounting your speedlight from Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Olympus etc for strobist style work to a flash stand or tripod.
- The bracket has screw fittings for the flash mount, umbrella and tripod mount.
- Mounts on any standard light stands
- Adjust the umbrella and flash in different angle. Adjust the umbrella and flash in different angle.
- Note: D-type bracket ONLY. Light stand, speedlite flash and umbrella are not included.
Universal Camera Flash Bracket Mount, Type D Speedlite Bracket with Umbrella Holder Swivel Ball Head Standard Hot Shoe for Canon Nikon Sony Speedlites
- Metal construction, high quality and durable.
- Standard hot shoe mount to Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Olympus, Yongnuo and many more speedlites. NOTES: For Sony only MI (Multi Interface Shoe) flash units.
- Special ball head design makes it easily swivel to any angle you want to position your flash units. An umbrella holder to hold the translucent/reflector umbrella.
- Comes with 1/4" to 3/8" Female Thread for you to set up your off camera flashguns with light stand or tripod.
- Flash bracket ONLY, light stand, speedlite flash and umbrella are not included. Backed with waka's 30 days money back and one year NO QUESTIONS ASKED warranty GUARANTEED. Buy with confidence.
2Pack Anwenk Camera Flash Speedlite Mount Swivel Light Stand Bracket with Umbrella Reflector Holder for Camera DSLR Nikon Canon Pentax Olympus and Other DSLR Flashes Studio Light LED Light
Neewer Professional Universal E Type Camera Flash Speedlite Mount Swivel Light Stand Bracket with Umbrella Holder for Canon Nikon Pentax Olympus and Other Flashes, Studio Light, LED Light(3 Pack)
Vello TTL-Off-Camera Flash Cord for Canon EOS - 3' (1 m)
- Maintains Full TTL Connection | 3.0' (1 m) Coiled Cord
- Mounts to Flash Shoe | Mounts to 1/4"-20 Threaded Studs
- Reduce Harsh Shadows | Compares to Canon OC-E3
- 1-Year Limited Warranty
Neewer Quick Flip Rotating Flash Bracket for Digital SLR Cameras Point and Shoot Cameras and Speedlight Flashes
- This Professional Rotating Flash Bracket allows you to easily change from a horizontal to a vertical position by simply swinging the arm around for perfect lighting.
- The bracket allows you to increase the distance between the flash and the camera lens in order to minimize the occurrence of red eye and to also reduce flash shadows behind the subject.
- It has a comfortable foam grip and a tripod mountable base.
- Lightweight and compact, constructed entirely of sturdy aluminum and ergonomically designed for comfort, speed and durability.
- Screw Thread: 1/4"
How to Fix a Digital Camera with a Broken Flash or that Won't Save the Date and Time Using a Canon Powershot as an Example
Here's one fix for two common digital camera problems. Learn how to fix a digital camera flash and how to fix a camera that won't save the date and time. I fixed a Canon Powershot this way, but this may work for other camera brands too.
Instead of a film camera, it seems most people these days have a digital camera. They can seem so convenient with their many functions, photo preview screen, and the ability to look at pictures on the computer as soon as you have access to one instead of waiting for the print outs to come back from the developer. However, even this modern day convince can stop working or break. Maybe you can't set date and time. Or perhaps you have a problem with the flash not working. What happens if your digital camera stops working? In this article, here's my experience with one simple fix for a few common problems that may help, and it may not even be mentioned in your camera's manual. Read this simple fix for digital cameras. I fixed a Canon Powershot this way. It may work for different camera brands too.
One day my camera asked me to set the date and time. I set it took some pictures and figured that was that. However, next time I turned it on the same thing happened. As the camera was unable to save the date info I figured this may have something to do with its batteries. I replaced its rechargeable double AA batteries with fresh, charged batteries but the next time it was turned on, it still wanted the date and time.
I didn't want to buy a new camera and if I could save money and keep waste out of a landfill, I'd much rather replace just a battery with what seemed like an easy fix. I figured there must be some sort of internal battery for storing the info when it was turned off. I saw many screws and hoped I wouldn't have to unscrew the camera to replace an internal battery. After carefully checking each compartment door I finally found the secret battery. It was a small watch type battery, about the size of a thick contact lens.
Many cameras have internal batteries. In a Canon Powershot A150 for example, this internal battery is located under the flexible door at the side, near the bottom. Gently lift the edge to reveal the battery and gently lift it out of its housing to change it. Remember to put the plus side in the right way. If you're not comfortable replacing a small battery such as in a watch, you may want to contact a professional to repair your electronic device. I found this door easier to open than a watch.
If your camera's flash stops working it may also mean it's time to replace the internal battery. Memory card issues may also be an early sign of battery wear out, although this could also mean its time to replace the memory card or perhaps properly clean it. Avoid contact with the gold edge to keep your camera's mini disk clean.
This DIY fix may not even be listed in your camera's manual. Or you may have lost the manual to your digital camera. Or, you may have never had one in the first place if you purchased a low price, used camera. I received mine used with no manual. Still, after reading this article, you may be able to do the easy repair at home. For safety check your camera's manual first, and its official brand website for information.
A new digital camera internal battery only costs a few dollars, much less than a new camera. So if your camera's flash stops working or if your Canon Powershot digital camera (or other brand or type) keeps asking you to set its date and time remember, don't throw it out, fix it. Now you know one way to fix a digital camera with a broken flash or that won't save the date and time and you may be able to repair it yourself with this simple do it yourself fix.
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