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    I'm looking for something that can hook my 550EX so that I can take switch between portriats and landscape and still have my flash on the top.

    Any recommendations? And also the cost and where to get it.

    thanks in advance.
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    The only ones I am aware of are the Really Right Stuff flash arms. These are INCREDIBLY EXPENSIVE - the B87-B portrait package costs USD$350 and you have to buy a L-plate for your camera at USD$150 - totalling USD$500 before shipping!

    If someone can recommend a cheaper combo I would be very interested too.

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    check out the stroboframes:
    http://www.saundersphoto.com/html/body_strobo.htm

    I have the stroboflip. guess you could order from B&H. www.bhphoto.com

    anyone interested if I get the Press-T or Pro-T at $170 and $180 respectively? I'll make some profits to cover transport and effort. But can only get them near end May.
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    Does the stroboframes allows you to just rotate the camera like the Orbiting Tilt Flash Head from really right stuff? Any way to see it in action on the web?
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    press T and pro T rotate the flash. there're some that rotate the cameras. Stroboframes used to sell at Cathay but they stopped bringing them in. I got my stroboflip 2nd hand too.

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    Pro-T in action:
    http://www.camerahobby.com/Access-FlashBrackets.htm

    it's seems a bit too long for my camera.... I'll probably just get the Press-T for myself

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    I'm interested in the pro-T, fits my use... you may like to start a MO in the consumer section.
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    I'm keen on the Pro-T as well... best if can get before 20th May..

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