Can someone recommend a flash bracket?

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  1. celery

    celery TPF Noob!

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    I'm in the market so to speak. Let's hear it then, what are some good flash bracket (try to keep them less than $100). Thanks.
     
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    I have a old Vivitar bracket that is built like a tank. I got it off of Evil-Bay for about $10.00. I had to get a hot shoe adaptor for it, but it does what I need it for.
     
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    I've got a stroboframe and it's pretty nice. I have switched to a Lightsphere to reduce the weight of using a bracket though.
     
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    I have a stroboframe also, seems to work pretty well I had to put a piece of sticky foam stuff on the part the camera mounts to becaus it swiveled too much when using it even when tightened down good. but it cost under $30 i think at Adorama.
     

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