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Sep 18, 2022 17:05:10   #
waltnetto Loc: LaVerne, CA
 
Slowly getting around to helping sell a mess of photo odds & ends.
No Cameras or Lenses - but lots of "useful" paraphernalia. I will let the photos
be the descriptions if I don't know exactly what to call an item. Here goes the
Second post:

Stroboframe "system" it says - but I can't see how to attach the arm with the flash shoe.
The wood handles add a bit of panache' and the old style cable release are interesting, but the
"Vertaflip 90-degree) Camera Platform Rotator" is the bomb - really!

I'd like to sell for $50.00 buyer pays shipping (or $70 and I pay shipping)
PayPal would be nice! Or shipping to you after check clears.

Questions? Or need a better photo? Happy to comply.

Thanks for looking.


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Sep 19, 2022 08:35:38   #
Bridges Loc: Memphis, Charleston SC, now Nazareth PA
 
waltnetto wrote:
Slowly getting around to helping sell a mess of photo odds & ends.
No Cameras or Lenses - but lots of "useful" paraphernalia. I will let the photos
be the descriptions if I don't know exactly what to call an item. Here goes the
Second post:

Stroboframe "system" it says - but I can't see how to attach the arm with the flash shoe.
The wood handles add a bit of panache' and the old style cable release are interesting, but the
"Vertaflip 90-degree) Camera Platform Rotator" is the bomb - really!

I'd like to sell for $50.00 buyer pays shipping (or $70 and I pay shipping)
PayPal would be nice! Or shipping to you after check clears.

Questions? Or need a better photo? Happy to comply.

Thanks for looking.
Slowly getting around to helping sell a mess of ph... (show quote)


This great flash bracket allowed the flash to always be centered above the lens by using the vertaflip bracket. I used one for many years. The way the two parts attach is with the same kind of three-point knob that is shown on the upper part of the straight arm and below the flash shoe. I used it mostly with a 645 medium format camera but as you can see, it can be used with 35 mm as well.

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Sep 19, 2022 11:56:45   #
Lucian Loc: From Wales, living in Ohio
 
As above for attaching the top bracket. Make sure it comes back over the top of the camera mount, not off to one side. I have one of these, great tool but they seem like no one wants to buy one anymore, so have very little resale value. At least around us anyway.

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Sep 19, 2022 14:44:55   #
waltnetto Loc: LaVerne, CA
 
Thanks Bridges and Lucian. I am truly in awe of the "flip" mechanism. If it doesn't
sell I think I will see if there is a way to make it into a quick-release and use it on a
tripod.

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Sep 19, 2022 16:04:40   #
Bridges Loc: Memphis, Charleston SC, now Nazareth PA
 
waltnetto wrote:
Thanks Bridges and Lucian. I am truly in awe of the "flip" mechanism. If it doesn't
sell I think I will see if there is a way to make it into a quick-release and use it on a
tripod.


That shouldn't be a problem. The flip mechanism is detachable and could easily be mounted on a tripod. In fact, that is a very good idea. In addition to one of the brackets like the one you listed, I also have just the flip part but never considered using it on a tripod. I guess because I have always used a pistol grip on my tripods and can position the camera in practically any orientation.

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Sep 19, 2022 16:07:18   #
waltnetto Loc: LaVerne, CA
 
Thanks, once more, for the good info, Bridges.

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