I've been using a Stroboframe flash bracket for some fifteen years now but there is one nuisance problem. I need to use an extension from the camera to the flash head and the only ones available are 3 meters long! Granted, they're coiled so it's not as bad as it would seem but it's still one heck of a nuisance wrapping the cord around the bracket. I tried to use Nikon's CLS to fire the flash and, to my pleasant surprise, it works perfectly indoors for both portrait and landscape orientation. The monitor flashes bounce off of walls and/or ceilings, including 10-foot ceilings, and the flash fired properly 100% of the time. I tried it outdoors and it was no surprise that the flash would fire only if I was close to a large subject and the monitor flashes bounced off the subject itself.