• Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella
Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella

Neewer S-Type Bracket Holder with Bowens Mount for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty dish Reflector Umbrella

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  • Great combination of L-type and T-type speedlite mounts and improved from them
  • No pre-assembly & post-disassembly. Smaller size, lighter weight, less space occupied
  • Unique speedlite mounting method: the speedlite can be clamped firmly into the mount both horizontally and vertically
  • Reliable mounting: firm clamp between 2 pieces of soft plastic, no pressure nor metal scratch to your speedlite
  • Bowens mount design facilitates most studio flash accessories, e.g. softboxes, reflectors, beauty dishes, etc

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immediate reason was for easy mounting/unmounting. Instead of screwing a flash unit to ... I've had a set of these mounts for nearly a year (purchased May 2016). Before that, I'd been mounting my flashes on my tripods by their included plastic stands/bases. They ended up being stripped (many still had plastic thread screws so they quickly lost tightness), wobbly, and if/when the stand was knocked over by a drunk guest, the flash was likely to snap off or take a big hit itself.I purchased this mount for a number of reasons. The first, immediate reason was for easy mounting/unmounting. Instead of screwing a flash unit to a stand, I preferred the easier method of slipping the flash head into the bracket and clamping it down quickly. I could also tilt the flash body down at 90 degrees from the head so I could see the IR light blinking, or view and change the settings on the back of the flash.Tilting the bracket for angled lighting was easy, too, with the large plastic handle on the side. Admittedly, it's a little stiff and cranks in small jerks and starts, but on the other hand, it's firm and doesn't sag. This is especially important when using a heavy attachment, so you know it won't drift.I also like the "protective" halo of the bracket. I've had a flash stand fall once, and the bracket took the brunt of the hit on the side, not the flash itself. Just a small degree of peace of mind when people are stumbling around the reception of a wedding.And of course, I also bought the brackets for the future use of umbrellas and beauty dishes, both of which I purchased later and have used with these brackets. Their versatility have allowed me to easily and quickly adjust to whatever lighting I need for the situation. I like there's no changing or fiddling. Just pop open an umbrella or screw on a dish and go.The only downside is it can make a stand feel a little top heavy, especially when extended full height and/or with the bracket tilted back to bounce the flash up off of a ceiling. The weight distribution can be a little off center, but with a wide base, and even using sandbags when shooting outdoors in windy conditions, the likelihood of it falling over is small.The other minor thing is when I opt to use an attachment, like my FlashBender, it takes some finessing to make it fit. It's a little thick on the relatively larger heads of my Yongnuo 600 flashes, and the added thickness of the Bender means it can't be put on the flash and then slid through the bracket. First, the flash must be slid through as far as it can, the Bender attached, and then positioned and clamped. Not a huge issue as I don't use my Bender all of the time, but one that takes a minute to work with.Overall, I have 4 of these brackets and if I extend my arsenal, I will buy more. 5A simple and functional speed light mount but not the most robust I'll begin by saying that this product meets my needs but I'd prefer something a little more robust and well thought out. Initially I'll talk about the physical aspects. First of all, it's mostly made of, what appears to be, a high density plastic. I understand that some modern composite materials can be very durable and robust but this doesn't inspire me with confidence. The light stand mount has a metal tube inside and the bolt fastener feels fairly robust so I feel comfortable tightening it down reasonably far. The mechanism to clamp the flash also seems reasonable. The mount for the accessories seems sturdy enough for my largest accessory, a 1m octobox, though it remains to be seen how durable it is. I am a little concerned about the racheting tilt mechanism in that it feels "plasticy" so I am a little worried that it won't stand up over time.So on to use. Fitting the flash is as simple as inserting it and turning the bolt until the it's held in place. Assuming one surface of your flash is flat the platform it rests on provides ample friction. I basically tighen it until I can't easily pull the flash out (and no further). I'd be concerned that over tightening could crack the flash head so it's probably better to be conservative. Attaching an accessory to the mount is as simply as inserting it and turning it until the retaining pin clicks into place. There seems to be quite a bit of free play in the mount once fitted but it doesn't feel in danger of coming loose and in typical use this shouldn't be a problem. An umbrella is fitted by sliding it through the hole in the bottom of the ring, having loosened the bolt, then tightening it up. As with the flash mount you should tighten it enough that the umbrella can't be readily pulled out and no more, especially with a cheap umbrella whose shaft will dent readily.I've tried this out with 3 soft boxes and 2 umbrellas (shoot through and reflector). With the soft boxes I typically tilt/swivel the flash so the rear (ready light/control panel) is facing me and the body of the flash is hanging as low as possible. With an umbrella you can't tilt to have the flash hang down as the umbrella's shaft is there. You can, however, still rotate the flash to face you and rest it on the umbrella's shaft (which feels safe enough).So how is it to reposition? Given that it's typically carrying a reasonable amount of weight I typically just rotated the entire light stand to turn the light. To tilt the story is slightly different. The lever has a button on the end that disengages the ratchet allowing it to be cranked down little by little without interfering with the mounted accessory. It feels fairly robust but I am somewhat concerned about the durability of the ratchet mechanism as it feels plasticy.Overall this works and is acceptable for the price. I would, however, prefer to have paid twice as much for something more precisely constructed with higher quality materials. 4Good design but the interlocking swivel disks needs to be replaced... Nice quality product. Seems to get the job done of holding the speedlight in place. Can accept other Bowens mount accessories, which is a big plus. HOWEVER, the swivel adjustment that allows the speedlight to adjust is far too difficult to position when you only have seconds to make the adjustment, especially on location. You're fighting the interlocking teeth. The current design is far too difficult to make any quick adjustment. MY FIX to this is to remove the retaining bolt and the screw-down base and replace the circular interlocking disk with a piece of plastic. Any plastic will do. I used a flexible CD case cut to the same size as the original locking disk. The center hole was cut out by cutting into the center portion and simply cutting out the center hole. By making this engineering modification, the ability to QUICKLY AND EFFORTLESSLY make minor to major adjustments to the flash head position is a very easy task. You don't need to loosen the locking lever much and hold onto the bracket. This adjustment provides just enough friction to allow for a quick and easy adjustment. The attached photo shows the basics of how this was done. I've tested this mod and it holds any speedlight and light modifier very well. Try replacing only one interlocking disk and see how well it holds for your purposes. I would rate the 4.5 to 5 stars if only the Neewer Engineers would make some mods to the product and give it a little more "beef" to the bracket shell. The base screw needs to be replaced with a screw handle with four sides, instead of only two, as it currently is designed. This would allow for an easier and quicker mount to any light stand. 4Such a Valuable Addition to My Kit I wish I'd bought this sooner!It's so far been solid and sturdy, taking the weight of a medium-sized softbox with no complaints.Having this handy has allowed for some creative lighting solutions, including jamming a continuous light socket in there, to shine an LED bulb through a Bowen's-mount beautydish and boxes.Get it! It will come in handy. 5Great item for the price, very well made Good item for the studio on the go. I have used it several times to take portraits in a quick set up away from the studio. The only thing that isn't the best is the pins on either side of the lock down mount are a bit sticky at times and cause a little hang up when clamping down and loosening the mount for the flash. A slight push on the rod that hangs up and it straighten out again. Nothing major but a little annoying sometimes. Still worth the money. I have a 42 inch octa softbox mounted using a Bowens speed ring and it works great with my Canon EX430 II speedlight. There is also plenty of room to use the bigger speedlight models as wel. 4Spend $5 more for the better quality Godox version Don t confuse this Neewer bracket with the Godox version that looks nearly identical -- until you look close. It s widely believed that Godox and Neewer (and Flashpoint) are all offering identical versions of the same products. Not always. I bought the Godox version of this product first and expected the Neewer version to be same, but it s significantly inferior. The differences may be minor, but they add up. The knob at the top of bracket that tightens and secures the flash is of a different design and is less comfortable to turn. The bottom layer of rubber that secures the flash and prevents it from being scratched is about half as thick as the rubber padding on the Godox version. So I sent this product back. It was only a $15 item and it cost me $5 or $6 to return it. But I wouldn t keep and use this bracket if it was non-returnable, or even free. Will it work and do the job that s intended? Yes. But compared to the slightly more expensive Godox, it feels like a cheap imitation. 2Great Choice for Speedlights in Diffusers A speedlight goes through the middle and you snug it in using the large nob on top. This is a very simple devise that works well. The Bowens mount makes it very versitile with a wide range of diffusers. I now have four of these and have replaced all the shoe-mount hardware I had for my lightstands. I used to worry about breaking the hotshoes off my speedlights but with these I rest easier.Because the speedlight sits flat just above the umprella socket and centered inside the bowens ring, the speedlight is now centered inside whatever diffuser you're using instead of sitting high.Why not five stars? These are on the heavy side. They're made of heavy plastic to support whatever diffuser you want to attach, but I'd like to see a lighter weight option. 4Strong Bowens mount holder This product is heavy duty! I can use it for small modifiers such as a snoot, 24x24inch soft box (pictured) or something as huge as a 48inch Octobox (pictured). The cool thing about this product is that my Softbox came with a special bracket but I don't need it anymore because this product's outer portion (circle) fits it just fine. Stronger than I thought because it takes a bit of pressure to adjust the angle, but that means it won't easily fall or readjust by itself because of the weight of your modifier. I would like to have a total of 3 or 4 just to lighten the load of my outdoor setup with a strobe and battery pack. These are amazing products that can help take anyone to the next level in photography. If you're reading this just buy it because you won't regret having a few of these in your kit bag. Not to mention that you can connect any thing that has a Bowens mount. 5I really like that this mounts the flash by holding the head ... I really like that this mounts the flash by holding the head of the flash, instead of mounting on a hot shoe bracket first. It seems to distribute the weight nicely, and when you have your flash mounted on a wireless trigger, you don't have to worry about how tall the flash+trigger are to align in the hole.There is a soft rubbery grip where it holds the flash, so I guess I won't be too worried about scratches, but sometimes I worry about things like that. The knobs seem to lock well enough and I've used it with a 36" octagon softbox with no problems. The ony issue I see is that the knob that locks the angle of the holder can run into the softbox I was using. Not enough to stop me from using it, but just enough to be annoying.With an umbrella holder, it's almost enough to make me consider using this for umbrella setups also, but the brackets that are typically hotshoe+umbrella (and not Bowens) are much thinner and smaller than these. Still, I might get another.Update: I upgraded 4 to 5 stars because I realize my comment about "The only issue I see is that the knob that locks the angle of the holder can run into the softbox I was using" was wrong. I found that the handle I mention has a ratchet style operation by pulling out the knob, so it won't run into any softboxes. Very impressed. 5Safe and secure When securing your flash to a lightstand this is the way to go, particularly if you are outdoors. I own several devices that secure your flash using the hotshoe attachment on the bottom of your flash. This can be tedious and if you do not have your slipped into the groove it will fall off the stand. This bracked allows you to mount your flash horizontally and swivel up and down. The flash is locked solidly into the bracket with no real chance of falling out through a rubber connect. The bracket fits well on the the light stand and provides a stable and safe mount for your flash. There is even a opening to allow a umbrella to slide into the bracket. 4
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immediate reason was for easy mounting/unmounting. Instead of screwing a flash unit to ... I've had a set of these mounts for nearly a year (purchased May 2016). Before that, I'd been mounting my flashes on my tripods by their included plastic stands/bases. They ended up being stripped (many still had plastic thread screws so they quickly lost tightness), wobbly, and if/when the stand was knocked over by a drunk guest, the flash was likely to snap off or take a big hit itself.I purchased this mount for a number of reasons. The first, immediate reason was for easy mounting/unmounting. Instead of screwing a flash unit to a stand, I preferred the easier method of slipping the flash head into the bracket and clamping it down quickly. I could also tilt the flash body down at 90 degrees from the head so I could see the IR light blinking, or view and change the settings on the back of the flash.Tilting the bracket for angled lighting was easy, too, with the large plastic handle on the side. Admittedly, it's a little stiff and cranks in small jerks and starts, but on the other hand, it's firm and doesn't sag. This is especially important when using a heavy attachment, so you know it won't drift.I also like the "protective" halo of the bracket. I've had a flash stand fall once, and the bracket took the brunt of the hit on the side, not the flash itself. Just a small degree of peace of mind when people are stumbling around the reception of a wedding.And of course, I also bought the brackets for the future use of umbrellas and beauty dishes, both of which I purchased later and have used with these brackets. Their versatility have allowed me to easily and quickly adjust to whatever lighting I need for the situation. I like there's no changing or fiddling. Just pop open an umbrella or screw on a dish and go.The only downside is it can make a stand feel a little top heavy, especially when extended full height and/or with the bracket tilted back to bounce the flash up off of a ceiling. The weight distribution can be a little off center, but with a wide base, and even using sandbags when shooting outdoors in windy conditions, the likelihood of it falling over is small.The other minor thing is when I opt to use an attachment, like my FlashBender, it takes some finessing to make it fit. It's a little thick on the relatively larger heads of my Yongnuo 600 flashes, and the added thickness of the Bender means it can't be put on the flash and then slid through the bracket. First, the flash must be slid through as far as it can, the Bender attached, and then positioned and clamped. Not a huge issue as I don't use my Bender all of the time, but one that takes a minute to work with.Overall, I have 4 of these brackets and if I extend my arsenal, I will buy more. 5A simple and functional speed light mount but not the most robust I'll begin by saying that this product meets my needs but I'd prefer something a little more robust and well thought out. Initially I'll talk about the physical aspects. First of all, it's mostly made of, what appears to be, a high density plastic. I understand that some modern composite materials can be very durable and robust but this doesn't inspire me with confidence. The light stand mount has a metal tube inside and the bolt fastener feels fairly robust so I feel comfortable tightening it down reasonably far. The mechanism to clamp the flash also seems reasonable. The mount for the accessories seems sturdy enough for my largest accessory, a 1m octobox, though it remains to be seen how durable it is. I am a little concerned about the racheting tilt mechanism in that it feels "plasticy" so I am a little worried that it won't stand up over time.So on to use. Fitting the flash is as simple as inserting it and turning the bolt until the it's held in place. Assuming one surface of your flash is flat the platform it rests on provides ample friction. I basically tighen it until I can't easily pull the flash out (and no further). I'd be concerned that over tightening could crack the flash head so it's probably better to be conservative. Attaching an accessory to the mount is as simply as inserting it and turning it until the retaining pin clicks into place. There seems to be quite a bit of free play in the mount once fitted but it doesn't feel in danger of coming loose and in typical use this shouldn't be a problem. An umbrella is fitted by sliding it through the hole in the bottom of the ring, having loosened the bolt, then tightening it up. As with the flash mount you should tighten it enough that the umbrella can't be readily pulled out and no more, especially with a cheap umbrella whose shaft will dent readily.I've tried this out with 3 soft boxes and 2 umbrellas (shoot through and reflector). With the soft boxes I typically tilt/swivel the flash so the rear (ready light/control panel) is facing me and the body of the flash is hanging as low as possible. With an umbrella you can't tilt to have the flash hang down as the umbrella's shaft is there. You can, however, still rotate the flash to face you and rest it on the umbrella's shaft (which feels safe enough).So how is it to reposition? Given that it's typically carrying a reasonable amount of weight I typically just rotated the entire light stand to turn the light. To tilt the story is slightly different. The lever has a button on the end that disengages the ratchet allowing it to be cranked down little by little without interfering with the mounted accessory. It feels fairly robust but I am somewhat concerned about the durability of the ratchet mechanism as it feels plasticy.Overall this works and is acceptable for the price. I would, however, prefer to have paid twice as much for something more precisely constructed with higher quality materials. 4Good design but the interlocking swivel disks needs to be replaced... Nice quality product. Seems to get the job done of holding the speedlight in place. Can accept other Bowens mount accessories, which is a big plus. HOWEVER, the swivel adjustment that allows the speedlight to adjust is far too difficult to position when you only have seconds to make the adjustment, especially on location. You're fighting the interlocking teeth. The current design is far too difficult to make any quick adjustment. MY FIX to this is to remove the retaining bolt and the screw-down base and replace the circular interlocking disk with a piece of plastic. Any plastic will do. I used a flexible CD case cut to the same size as the original locking disk. The center hole was cut out by cutting into the center portion and simply cutting out the center hole. By making this engineering modification, the ability to QUICKLY AND EFFORTLESSLY make minor to major adjustments to the flash head position is a very easy task. You don't need to loosen the locking lever much and hold onto the bracket. This adjustment provides just enough friction to allow for a quick and easy adjustment. The attached photo shows the basics of how this was done. I've tested this mod and it holds any speedlight and light modifier very well. Try replacing only one interlocking disk and see how well it holds for your purposes. I would rate the 4.5 to 5 stars if only the Neewer Engineers would make some mods to the product and give it a little more "beef" to the bracket shell. The base screw needs to be replaced with a screw handle with four sides, instead of only two, as it currently is designed. This would allow for an easier and quicker mount to any light stand. 4Such a Valuable Addition to My Kit I wish I'd bought this sooner!It's so far been solid and sturdy, taking the weight of a medium-sized softbox with no complaints.Having this handy has allowed for some creative lighting solutions, including jamming a continuous light socket in there, to shine an LED bulb through a Bowen's-mount beautydish and boxes.Get it! It will come in handy. 5Great item for the price, very well made Good item for the studio on the go. I have used it several times to take portraits in a quick set up away from the studio. The only thing that isn't the best is the pins on either side of the lock down mount are a bit sticky at times and cause a little hang up when clamping down and loosening the mount for the flash. A slight push on the rod that hangs up and it straighten out again. Nothing major but a little annoying sometimes. Still worth the money. I have a 42 inch octa softbox mounted using a Bowens speed ring and it works great with my Canon EX430 II speedlight. There is also plenty of room to use the bigger speedlight models as wel. 4Spend $5 more for the better quality Godox version Don t confuse this Neewer bracket with the Godox version that looks nearly identical -- until you look close. It s widely believed that Godox and Neewer (and Flashpoint) are all offering identical versions of the same products. Not always. I bought the Godox version of this product first and expected the Neewer version to be same, but it s significantly inferior. The differences may be minor, but they add up. The knob at the top of bracket that tightens and secures the flash is of a different design and is less comfortable to turn. The bottom layer of rubber that secures the flash and prevents it from being scratched is about half as thick as the rubber padding on the Godox version. So I sent this product back. It was only a $15 item and it cost me $5 or $6 to return it. But I wouldn t keep and use this bracket if it was non-returnable, or even free. Will it work and do the job that s intended? Yes. But compared to the slightly more expensive Godox, it feels like a cheap imitation. 2Great Choice for Speedlights in Diffusers A speedlight goes through the middle and you snug it in using the large nob on top. This is a very simple devise that works well. The Bowens mount makes it very versitile with a wide range of diffusers. I now have four of these and have replaced all the shoe-mount hardware I had for my lightstands. I used to worry about breaking the hotshoes off my speedlights but with these I rest easier.Because the speedlight sits flat just above the umprella socket and centered inside the bowens ring, the speedlight is now centered inside whatever diffuser you're using instead of sitting high.Why not five stars? These are on the heavy side. They're made of heavy plastic to support whatever diffuser you want to attach, but I'd like to see a lighter weight option. 4Strong Bowens mount holder This product is heavy duty! I can use it for small modifiers such as a snoot, 24x24inch soft box (pictured) or something as huge as a 48inch Octobox (pictured). The cool thing about this product is that my Softbox came with a special bracket but I don't need it anymore because this product's outer portion (circle) fits it just fine. Stronger than I thought because it takes a bit of pressure to adjust the angle, but that means it won't easily fall or readjust by itself because of the weight of your modifier. I would like to have a total of 3 or 4 just to lighten the load of my outdoor setup with a strobe and battery pack. These are amazing products that can help take anyone to the next level in photography. If you're reading this just buy it because you won't regret having a few of these in your kit bag. Not to mention that you can connect any thing that has a Bowens mount. 5I really like that this mounts the flash by holding the head ... I really like that this mounts the flash by holding the head of the flash, instead of mounting on a hot shoe bracket first. It seems to distribute the weight nicely, and when you have your flash mounted on a wireless trigger, you don't have to worry about how tall the flash+trigger are to align in the hole.There is a soft rubbery grip where it holds the flash, so I guess I won't be too worried about scratches, but sometimes I worry about things like that. The knobs seem to lock well enough and I've used it with a 36" octagon softbox with no problems. The ony issue I see is that the knob that locks the angle of the holder can run into the softbox I was using. Not enough to stop me from using it, but just enough to be annoying.With an umbrella holder, it's almost enough to make me consider using this for umbrella setups also, but the brackets that are typically hotshoe+umbrella (and not Bowens) are much thinner and smaller than these. Still, I might get another.Update: I upgraded 4 to 5 stars because I realize my comment about "The only issue I see is that the knob that locks the angle of the holder can run into the softbox I was using" was wrong. I found that the handle I mention has a ratchet style operation by pulling out the knob, so it won't run into any softboxes. Very impressed. 5Safe and secure When securing your flash to a lightstand this is the way to go, particularly if you are outdoors. I own several devices that secure your flash using the hotshoe attachment on the bottom of your flash. This can be tedious and if you do not have your slipped into the groove it will fall off the stand. This bracked allows you to mount your flash horizontally and swivel up and down. The flash is locked solidly into the bracket with no real chance of falling out through a rubber connect. The bracket fits well on the the light stand and provides a stable and safe mount for your flash. There is even a opening to allow a umbrella to slide into the bracket. 4
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