The Snap-lock flash grip is designed to support the D-Flash 40 and other hand-held flash units. It is also an adjustable ergonomic camera grip fitted with a leather wrist strap and a built-in cable release.
A 360ø swivelling snap-lock mechanism allows the handle to be tilted forwards and backwards to any desired position. With the handle in the upright position two flash shoes allow correct flash head angle whether the camera is held to the eye or at waist-level.
The handle complete with mounted flash unit can be instantly detached from the bracket for flash-off-camera shooting.
An integrated Hasselblad Tripod quick-coupling S ensures rapid mounting onto all current Hasselblad camera models, as well as earlier models adapted with the Quick-coupling plate S.
Underneath the grip there is a coupling plate with 1/4" and 3/8" threads for easy mounting to the tripod.
The reflector can be adjusted to normal or wide-angle position, or be removed for bare bulb lighting. The flash head can be swivelled 330A sideways and tilted 90A upwards and 10A downwards for close range photography.
Fully adjustable handle detachable for flash-off camera work
Rigid snap-lock design for safe and rapid adjustment
Two flash shoes for waist-level and eye-level shooting
Built-in removable cable release
Adjustable leather wrist strap
Integrated quick-couplings facilitate attachment to camera and tripod