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FR10 Flash Rotator Bracket

The FR10 Replaces the FR2i and is designed for digital camera SLR body types with or without external motors or vertical grips. 

FEATURES:

Milled Not Bent Aluminum Construction.
Adjustable Base Plate With Adjustable Stand.
1/8" Hex Key Holder In Camera Plate.
When Rotated to Vertical Flash Remains Upright.
Patented Rotation System Size: 4-1/2x4-1/2x5.
Weight: 9.8 oz.
Includes 2-108 Accessory Shoe.
1/4-20 Tripod Socket in Camera Plate.
Includes Hex Keys and Camera Plate Screw.
Milled Internal Arms Allow Secure Rotation.
New Tumbled Silver Pebble Finish
 
 
Rotator Removed From Base
 
 

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FR10 Price - $229.95

The FR10 is the ideal bracket for the photographer that wants to use his camera and bracket for  hand held candid photography or tripod with quick release plates.  Newton has designed this bracket to be used on the camera as you would use the camera if the bracket were not attached.  When hand holding your right hand is always on the camera grip and your left hand should be under the lens for support.  Doing this will allow the fingers on the left hand to zoom or focus the lens and relieve stress on your right hand and wrist.  When carrying the bracket and flash always use the camera grip and not the bracket.  The 5-112 retainer knob has a through hole that allows the 1/8" hex key to provide leverage to tighten the vertical rotator section for a secure wobble free system. The rotator can be removed for storage leaving the base unit and stand attached.

 FR10 On Camera W/Cord  FR10 Base & Stand on Camera Without Rotator  
The Reason You Need A Flash Bracket

Picture No. 1 shows the flash on top of the camera or bracket. Picture No. 2 shows the camera turned to vertical with flash still on top of the camera showing the large shadow on the opposite side of the flash. Picture No. 3 shows the flash on the FR2i bracket in the vertical position. Note the shadow is the same as Picture 1.