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Lastolite's TriGrip reflectors are excellent as they can be held and manoeuvred one handed. But what if you require both hands to operate your camera and don't have the luxury of an assistant to hold the reflector for you? Fear not, for Lastolite's TriGrip Bracket is here to help! The bracket is designed to grip the moulded handle of the TriGrip reflector in the same way your hand would, with the added benefit of a securing strap to prevent the reflector being dropped. The ball-jointed arm means you can position the reflector exactly as you wish and, unlike an assistant, it won't get tired. The TriGrip Bracket can be attached to a lighting stand, tripod or any other type of fixing bracket and comes with an extra arm that allows a battery operated flash-gun to be mounted alongside the TriGrip for even more lighting possibilities. Show me an assistant who can do all that! More
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The Lastolite TriGrip Bracket
By El Rollo
from East Sussex
About Me Pro Photographer
Comments about Lastolite TriGrip Bracket:
The bracket is very well made, simple to set up and very versatile in use. The cheapest assistant you could find - it is ideal if you work alone on location using natural light. I have two brackets for use with a diffuser and reflector to control light just where I want it. They do not recommend the bracket for use with the large TriGrips, but I have found that if you weigh down the light stand with your camera bag and use a large reflector at low level then it can remain quite stable. The brackets come with a flash bracket to bounce or diffuse light from a speed light, I have not had cause to use this option yet, but it does add other possibilities. A great purchase.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Does the job but not perfect
I'm not sure if it was just my box but it had no instructions inside. So after a bit of guessing I did mange to put it together. The spigot that came with it doesn't really fit into the unit that holds the Trigrip. I don't know if it is just bad luck on my part or if they are all the same but it stops a bit short from going all the way in. It feels like the hole is ever so slightly too small for the spigot. It is still a useful tool for holding a Trigrip on a light stand.
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