Paul Buff Arm Two

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    Enough of the iPhone pics. This demonstrates what is possible with this simple arm. Center top to bottom: Flash bracket (without the arm) in normal position won't allow it to tilt.
    Middle: Flash bracket (without the arm) choked up as far as possible: some tilt but flash is almost touching the point of the soft box.
    Center Bottom: flash bracket (with the arm) back at the normal end of the shaft - major amount of tilt.

    Pradeep Raghunathan, and 15 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Reactivestill's [deleted] 41 months ago | reply

      What length is this?

    2. Tim Rogan (formerly caprae) 41 months ago | reply

      9 inches without the knob (8 1/8 center of posts).

    3. B.Sig 40 months ago | reply

      Cool, thanks for the idea. I ordered one last night.

    4. Tim Rogan (formerly caprae) 40 months ago | reply

      Great. I've been pleased with it.

    5. murphmatic 39 months ago | reply

      OUT (expletive) STANDING.
      A clean secure way to tilt.

    6. Mforde 20 months ago | reply

      Awesome. Thanks for this. I think you've made my decision.

    7. J.Medinilla 19 months ago | reply

      How is the balance of the lightstand?

    8. Tim Rogan (formerly caprae) 19 months ago | reply

      I use a heavy duty light stand so no problem with balance. I've even used this with a Paul Buff Einstein light inside instead of the Nikon Flash.

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