RayFlash intro new Rotator flash bracket

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RayFlash the creator of the popular RingFlash Adaptor has announced the new FlashRotator, a flash-bracket with 360-degree rotating mount for easy positioning of a portable flash around the lens. It's available now with a RRP of £154.99 inc VAT (£129 ex VAT).

Please click on the following links to buy the Ray Flash Rotator at the following retailers:

Amazon (all countries)
Adorama US

Warehouse Express UK/DE

For more information please visit UK distributor Flaghead or visit Ray Flash.

Ray Flash is distributed by ExpoImaging in the US.

Press release:

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Press Release:

The revolutionary RayFlash FlashRotator

From the inventor of the RayFlash ringflash adapter comes another unique product:

A 360° rotating flash bracket with fast, continuous positioning around the lens.

No shadow or Monster shadow: your choice!

- Revolutionary design
- Quick & easy mounting without tools
- Fast positioning anywhere around the lens
- Use with Nikon & Canon cameras for full TTL use

The RayFlash Rotator is the first rotating flash bracket in the world with full TTL capabilities (Nikon & Canon). It allows the flash unit to be positioned anywhere around the lens to avoid harsh side shadows normally associated with an on-camera flash in the vertical position. OR, for very dramatic light effects, use the flash position to create monster shadows!

Mounting the Rotator is easy, no need for tools. The package comes with a set of mounting brackets to suit different camera heights.

Diameter: 138 mm Weight: 495 g

The RRP for both Nikon and Canon models is £154.99 inc VAT.

The Rotator is now available from imaging retailers, see here for more details.

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