Camera speedlight umbrella flash holder
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Anycubic I3 Mega
min. 50% - 70 %+ recommended
You can use this umbrella holder with Speedlights or in combination with studio flashes with external power generators. Don't use it with heavy compact flashes !!! But anyway: It's your own risk! The stability depends on the infill (print parameters). Therefore I can't take any responsibility for your flashes or lightformers. ;)
For maximum stability print with 100% infill!
I published a video with a list of screws, spigots and cold shoe etc. that is needed for mounting and turn the print into full functionality!
This file comes WITHOUT the TASPP logo!
You like to see how to use it and how stable it can be!? Watch this:
And: Please excuse my shitty English ;)
How I Designed This
A functional copy of the older Phottix Varos BG II
This umbrella holder has the same functionality like the Phottix Varos BG II, but not it's look and feel. You'll get it WITHOUT the TASPP logo! Please don't sell or use it otherwise in a commercial way.
It's for your private use!
Bolts and Nuts, Spigots, Cold Shoes
All material you need for this project you'll find in the Assembling Video and it's description!
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