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PhotoMed R2 Dual Point Flash - Ball Head Bracket


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R2 DUAL POINT FLASH BRACKET


Nikon's R1 wireless macro flash has been a popular item since it was introduced. The only issue with the R1 has to do with the mounting ring - it is quite large and places the flash heads too far from the lens for buccal and occlusal mirror shots and posterior views.

Canon's MT-24EX Dual Point Flash is limited by the mounting that Canon includes in the package - it positions the flash heads very close to the lens without an option to move them away.

The R2 Dual Point Flash Bracket solves both of the issues by allowing you to position the flash heads on either side of the lens for intraoral views or separate them by as much as 22 inches for anterior esthetic views and lab communication.

The R2 Bracket is available in three different flash mounts: Nikon (R2-N), Sony (R2-S) and Universal (R2-U).



The Nikon version features a flash mount that is specifically for the Nikon SB-R200. This Nikon flash can be purchased individually and it is also part of the Nikon R1 and R1C1 packages.

The Nikon version is also used for the Meike MK-MT24 macro flashes. The Meike system uses the same flash mount as the Nikon SB-R200. Meike has released Nikon, Canon and Sony versions of the MK-MT24 and all of them use the same flash mount and will need the R2-N bracket.

The Universal version (R2-U) has a standard flash mount that accepts all flashes that have a standard hot shoe mount (see images above).

The Sony version (R2-S) accepts flashes that use the Sony MIS (Multi Interface Shoe) (see image below). The Sony HVL-F32M is currently the smallest wireless flash that Sony offers. The Nissin i40 is also available in Sony mount.

If your flash foot looks like this, You have a Sony MIS mount flash and you need the R2 Bracket for Sony (R2-S).


There are three versions of the R2 Dual Point Flash Bracket available:

The original R2 Bracket - Each arm of the bracket has two sections with tension hinges in between and at both ends. Separate the flashes up to 22 inches apart or bring the flashes in close to the lens.

The R2 - Wide Bracket - Each arm of the bracket has three sections with tension hinges in between each arm and at both ends. Separate the flashes up to 29 inches apart or bring the flashes in close to the lens.

The R2 - Ballhead Bracket - Each arm of the bracket has two sections with tension hinges in between and at both ends. The flash heads sit on ball heads which add vertical flash positioning (see animated image below). Separate the flashes up to 24 inches apart or bring the flashes in close to the lens.

The photo below shows the difference between the flash mounts - Original and Wide on the left - Ballhead on the right.


Specificații pentru PhotoMed R2 Dual Point Flash - Ball Head Bracket

Tip aparat Nikon sau Universal sau Sony