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Interfit Strobies XS

Interfit Strobies XS - Connect your Hotshoe flashgun to almost any S type fitting with the new Strobies S type bracket.

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Press Release:Strobies XS

Interfit, one of the leading manufacturers of photographic lighting is pleased to announce the arrival of the new Strobies for use with many of the leading manufacturer’s hotshoe flashguns.

The new “S” Type bracket allows you to connect your Hotshoe flashgun to almost any “S” type fitting  light shaping tools such as softboxes, beauty dishes; snoots, barndoor sets and spill kill reflectors etc.

One of the main benefits of the Strobies XS is its rotating hotshot mount, which allows your iTTL or eTTL port to be seen on the same side as your camera and flash triggering system (Nikon SU800 / Canon ST-E2). This allows for a greater range of the infrared triggering system with the above units or main flashgun as it no longer has to rely on walls or other objects to bounce the infrared signal back to the unit.

The Strobies XS bracket also features an additional hotshoe for mounting a radio receiver for full manual control of your lighting system or a second flash unit should you use the bracket as an umbrella holder via the light stand mount which also has the facility to tilt backwards and forwards for perfect positioning.

The Strobies XS is available in two kits:
  • INT326 - Strobies XS Bracket only - £39.99
  • INT327 - Strobies XS Softbox Kit Containing 1 x Strobie XS Bracket, 1 x COR751 Light stand, 1 x Softbox - £99.99
Both will be available from June 2009. For more information please visit the Interfit website.
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14 Apr 2009 8:35PM
Seems like a good move by interfit. Price not too bad considering time and materials to do a diy job.


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14 Apr 2009 9:04PM
Seems like a good move by interfit. Price not too bad considering time and materials to do a diy job.


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