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[EXPIRED] FS: Newton Flash Rotator Bracket

Rudi

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Here is a deal for you DSLR event shooters! (My apologies, but even though this is a :43: forum, I thought I'd give someone here a chance to get this - it's going on eBay shortly, and I know that some of you still use DSLRs :smile: )

Newton Di100FRVG Vertical Grip Flash Rotator Bracket - $95 plus shipping!

It's in great condition. No longer being used. The only thing thing worth mentioning is slight surface corrosion of the steel screws (from contact with skin oils over the years). This looks much worse in the photos, and I only noticed it when I took the photos earlier today.

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I will let the description on the side of the box speak for itself:

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The bracket is a really nice milled aluminium job:

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And for those who don't know, this is how it works - it rotates the flash around the lens, so that the flash is always above the lens (to avoid side shadows, etc):

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It has to go! It goes on eBay in two days... Make me an offer and save me the eBay fees! :smile:
 

Rudi

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For those who asked - yes, the bottom plate is removable:

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