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Your 600 has a umbrella hole and screw set up. You don’t need a s type bracket
By Jesse Villa Jr on July 15, 2018
I don't think so, its for a speed lite and to be used with a soft box or another light diffuser
By Jazzart on May 10, 2018
I don't think so
By Art on April 23, 2018
This bracket works with anything with a Bowens mount so, if you get the Phottix 37" octa with the Bowens speedring (which is the typical way to get it) then you can use the Phottix 37" octa with the bracket - and use your speedlight with the octa. That's one of the cool things about this mount - it allows you to use an… see more This bracket works with anything with a Bowens mount so, if you get the Phottix 37" octa with the Bowens speedring (which is the typical way to get it) then you can use the Phottix 37" octa with the bracket - and use your speedlight with the octa. That's one of the cool things about this mount - it allows you to use any Bowens mount modifier with a speedlight so you are kind of mixing modifiers that have only fit on monolights with a speedlight. Construction is top notch. Go for it. see less
By E P on April 22, 2018
Yes, it works with an off camera flash trigger.
By emerald bay on April 13, 2018
Yes but for the ad200 you will have to do a slight modification. Search YouTube for it.
By Ricardo R. on April 10, 2018
I don't know the specific modifiers about which you speak herein, but if they have Bowens S mount, yes.
By Michael Thomas on April 5, 2018
I have purchased three of these and love them. I highly recommend for just about any Bowens mount attachment such as, shoots or soft boxes or you can use with just a flash.
By Simply Stated on April 4, 2018
It slides over a standard light stand stud, it isn't threaded.
By Julie on April 3, 2018
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By Gregory A. Boll
August 22, 2017
This bracket works very well. It's plastic, but high quality and the concept is rock solid. Holds my speed lights firmly, unlike other systems I've tried in the past. No velcro and no using the units hot shoe (first thing to break if the light stand goes over.) Can't believe how inexpensive they are for what they provide. You won't be disappointed.
By Marshall Clarke
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May 28, 2017
Overall pretty good, but let's run down this anyways: Cons: 1. Plastic feels cheap. It just does, sorry but on any sort of mounting/locking surface metal should be used. 2. The angle adjustment has a loud, uncomfortable clicking feel. as in, i'm going to click this thing broken 3. Could use a little more headroom for the speedlight mounting part Pros: 1. nice rubbery anti slide pads 2. Sping-Loaded Metal locking pin 3. Spring loaded angle adjustment handle (so you can move it out of awkward angles) 4. Additional holes for things like shoot-through umbrellas and the like
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