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Photoflex Dual Flash Adapter Kit

Pat Cassity , Sep 03, 2009; 08:02 p.m.

Just curious - Is anyone using the new Photoflex DualFlash Adapter kit? If so, how do you like it and how are you using it? Softbox, Umbrella....location, studio?

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Robert Budding , Sep 03, 2009; 08:37 p.m.

I use a Brewer Bracket when I need to gang two speedlights. Nicely made and works well.

http://brewerbracket.com/

Tom Meyer , Sep 04, 2009; 11:14 p.m.

The PhotoFlex unit looks needlessly complicated. A friend has been heavily using the El Doble for about a year now and really likes it. You might find this useful, too... t

Brian Owens , Sep 09, 2009; 04:12 a.m.

If you like the Photoflex DualFlash, or the Brewer Bracket El Doble on which the former appears to be based, you might enjoy one of these...
...if you need to walk softly and carry a big (light) stick:
http://strobist.blogspot.com/2007/10/brewer-bracket-obsoleted-by-new-monster.html

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