NOTE:  This package requires a dedicated cord that has a flash module with a lockable foot. We recommend the Vello 1.5 cord. Vello is sold by B&H Photo. Order by camera make - Vello Canon 1.5 etc. Price is only $14.95 but they work like the mfg. cord but shorter.

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AFi3 C-Frame

Angled Flash Invertor Package

AFi3 C-Frame Angled Flash Invertor

The AFI C-Frame Angled Flash Invertor is designed for digital camera DSLR body types with or without external motors or vertical grips. 


Milled Black Anodized Aluminum Construction
Camera Plate With Rubber Grippers.
1/8" Hex Key Holder In Camera Plate.
Flash Angles Over Lens In Both H & V Positions.
Small Size
Weight: 9.5 oz.
Includes 2-120 Dedicated Cord Flash Shoe.
1/4-20 Socket in Base Plate & Vertical Platform.
Includes Hex Keys and Camera Plate Screw.           
  Tumbled Black Anodized Finish.
  AFi3 Price $269.95

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Over Thirty Years Ago Newton Designed The First Flash Rotator Bracket. Ten Years Ago Newton Designed The First Folding Flash Rotator Bracket. Now Newton Has Developed The First Angled Flash Invertor. Using A Single Pivot Point To Angle The Flash Over The Lens In Both Horizontal And Vertical Positions.

The AFi C-Frame Angled Flash Invertor is designed for use as a hand held bracket and a tripod/monopod bracket. The C-Frame allows quick release plates to be mounted on the base and on the vertical side of the bracket. The user can mount the bracket in the horizontal or vertical positions using these quick release plates similar to how a L plate works. The Invertor allows the flash to be positioned in the correct orientation for the position on the tripod or monopod. The C-Frame is milled to allow use of the camera connectors on the left side of the camera. The bracket is adjustable for bodies with or without motor drives. Special Note: The animation on the right is with the AFi2 unit. But the action is the same for AFi2 or AFi3.       


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 AFI Invertor in the vertical position. Note the shadow is the same as Picture 1.