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RayFlash FlashRotator

RayFlash FlashRotator - From the inventor of the RayFlash ringflash adapter comes another unique product.

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Rayflash Flash rotator


Introducing the RayFlash FlashRotator – a 360° rotating flash bracket with fast, continuous positioning around the lens.

The RayFlash Rotator is the first rotating flash bracket in the world with full TTL capabilities. Available in Nikon and Canon fit, the RayFlash Rotator allows the flash unit to be positioned anywhere around the lens to avoid harsh side shadows. Or, you can create dramatic light effects by changing the flash position to create monster shadows.

You don't need tools to mount the rotator and each one comes with mounting brackets to suit different camera heights.

Price details:
  • Rotator Canon - £154.80 (incl VAT)
  • Rotator Nikon - £154.80 (incl VAT)

The Rotator is now available from imaging retailers. Visit Flaghead Photographic for more information.

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JackAllTog e2
5 3.5k 58 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2011 1:36PM
Can you mount 2 flash units on it at once?

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Pete e2
13 18.4k 96 England
25 Mar 2011 1:49PM

Quote: Can you mount 2 flash units on it at once?

I doesn't look like it, but I'll ask the question to the importer.


Interesting that they say it's the first rotating flash bracket in the world. They obviously don't remember Kennet Engineering (the people behind the original Benbo) They developed the Kennett Macro Flash which had two flash on a bracket around the lens. It rotated but also had arms with angle adjustment making it more flexible.
JackAllTog e2
5 3.5k 58 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2011 2:06PM
Thanks, i'm wondering if it will allow a (big) macro type solution with light from 2 sides. If so would probally need to be manual or wireless slave mode.
Pete e2
13 18.4k 96 England
25 Mar 2011 3:05PM
Just heard back from Flaghead who say there are no plans for additional mounts and the additional weight would be too much for the bracket.
JackAllTog e2
5 3.5k 58 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2011 3:31PM
Many thanks for asking for me Smile
User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
25 Mar 2011 7:34PM
Whatever will 'they' think of next to extract money from your pocket.

Nikon - like ALL the mainstream manufacturers - already have a solution and hey!! - it's cheaper!!

Nikon SC-28 TTL Coiled Sync Cord

Wouldn't be without mine in any situation.
kryss 3
30 Mar 2011 7:22PM
Hi,I bought one from ebay vendor d-slr-a for $35 mount two flashes + macro light.Rotates 360degrees also can move flashes thru horizontal axis.good quality works fine.

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