• Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
  • Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella
Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella

Godox S-type Bracket Bowens Mount Holder for Speedlite Flash Snoot Softbox Beauty Dish Reflector Umbrella

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  • The new Godox S-type Speedlite Bracket takes horizontal flash head mounting another step further though, by clamping the flash head, rather than strapping it in place as the Phottix bracket does. As an optimized patented product, Godox S-type speedlite bracket is superior: all-in-one, smaller size, portable design, no assembly/disassembly, and easy mounting system. Quickly add Bowens-mount lighting accessories to get creative lighting effects.
  • Features: No pre-assembly & post-disassembly. Smaller size, lighter weight, & less occupied space

Customer Reviews

So far this is the best low cost S Mount I have found.Finally got this out of the box and used it on a softbox that came with its own bracket. This is without a doubt the best Bowens S mount bracket I have, and I have some brackets in my collection. Here is what I like:1. Allows me to insert my flash into the modifier instead of trying to line it up with the opening. If you ever tried to line a speedlight on a trigger with the hole in a softbox you know what I mean. Connect a bare bulb to a stripbox with this bracket and it's magical!2. Real S mount, attaching a big softbox to this is simple and the click lets you know it is locked in. No more having your softbox come off in your hand when you rotate it.3. Everything that comes in contact with your speedlight is padded. Not a big deal with many of my speedlights since they have been around for a while. I have 4 newer SB-910's that I would like to keep looking nice for as long as I can.4. The speedlight can be mounted with the head in the same direction as the modifier dimension, the head will go vertical in a stripbox instead of horizontal. Sounds minor but helps give even coverage in a rectangular modifier.5. Handle for tilt has a release button to rotate it out of the way. I have brackets that cost twice what I paid for this one where the handle is stuck wherever it is tight, even if it prevents the softbox from rotating.Here is what I don't like:1. Its all plastic. I know for 20 bucks it will be plastic, at least it seems to be very strong and well finished without rough edges or flash. Everything on it fits and works, nothing on it looks like it will cut me.2. The tilt adjustment is very coarse, I don't have a problem with adjusting it but I have mounted it on a light stand swivel when I didn't want to fuss with it. Use it with a shoot through umbrella and you will never notice, use a snoot with a tight grid and you will.Overall I really like this, some thought went into the design and it shows in the results.5Works great with Speedlights and Bowens-mount accessories.. but not so great with umbrellas.Purchased several of these and highly recommend them. They mount directly onto a lightstand and tighten into place. The top has an additional knob to lock down the flash. Works great and forms a very solid connection. One big benefit is being able to have the flash securely mounted and pointed directly into your modifier (opposed to the standard speedlight mounts which offset the flash and form a loose connection)The Bowens mount is great.. I've had no issues with anything up to large 60" octaboxes. The side handle allows you to tilt the flash; I've found that the tilt doesn't work great (it tends to be very finnicky) but once set it is a very secure hold.Unfortunately, the umbrella mount isn't perfect. Several people have reported theirs breaking. The other issue is that the bowens mount reflectors do not line up with the Umbrella hole. This means that you can only use a Bowens Reflector or an Umbrella. I like to use a reflector to shoot into an umbrella, and that's just not physically possible here due to the placement.5Bowens mount bracket for hot-shoe flash and video lightingThis is a Godox S-Type style bracket that allows Bowens Mount accessories to be mounted on the front face. While people buy these to shoot hot-shoe flash, I frequently use mine for video lighting. As shown in my photos, you can get a Edison bulb to power plug adapter and mount your video light into the bracket, and then use either umbrella or softbox for light diffusion. I own about a dozen of these brackets - I can't say enough about them. They are inexpensive, small, and versatile.5Great value!I purchased this bracket to use with my Godox 2' rectangle soft box. It has worked very well with my still life photography. Given its price, I can't say its of a highly durable build but its certainly good and definitely worth the price. It securely holds my speed light. I also have a Profoto two speed light bracket and that is outrageously expensive but its built like a tank. But its design makes it very difficult to see the controls on the speed light and simply turn it on and off. The Godox provides easy access to the speed light buttons. I also like the simple way the bracket holds the speed light but I need to be cautious not to over tighten it and possibly damage my speed light. One thing that could happen but hasn't yet is that the soft box could pop off this bracket. It's not overly secure. But as I've used it during my still life sessions, it hasn't given me any issues yet when I adjust my light stand. Overall, this is a great little value and I'd recommend it.5I love this flash bracket! I love this flash bracket! I got it because I use a remote trigger and that makes my flash set up a bit wobbly-- this resolves the problem. It is not wobbly at all. In fact, as one (maybe all??) user pointed out, the interlocking teeth are too much. He used a piece of plastic configured as a washer to resolve. For this bracket, I simply removed one of the removable washers and it was good to go. But I used that idea on another bracket and it works like a dream! The only "negative" is that it is large for a flash bracket, so you will need room in your bag. 5The best speedlite brackets I've found. Period.Absolutely amazing speedlite bracket. I bought two of these brackets to put my off-camera speedlights on stands with shoot-through umbrellas, and they work absolutely perfectly with zero headaches. In contrast to that, before getting these, I had shot several portrait sessions with el cheapo hot shoe brackets, and they were SUCH A PAIN to use. I should have spent the money for these right off the bat. Lesson learned. These brackets are heavy-duty, don't drift, are a piece of cake to adjust, and set up and tear down in a matter of seconds. Why anyone would give them less than 5 stars is beyond me.5Excellent for Umbrellas; Fills Whole Umbrella with LightThese brackets are very sturdy, and hold the speedlight in a unique way that makes for a much more secure grip. Also, you can rotate the speedlight whatever way you want for easier access to controls, or if line-of-sight is critical. What I really love is how close to the umbrella shaft the speedlight is, which really helps to fill the umbrella with light, as opposed to only half of it!5I won't use any other holder for my speedlights now.I have used a number of mounts for speedlights on light stands and had always been frustrated for one reason or another. This one works beautifully. The light is solid in the mount. Cold shoe mounts have been iffy with that at times. I have a 24 by 24 softbox that springs open and slips over the mount. It is a touch tighter than on the bracket that came with the softbox, but it actually is nicer that way. I have used an umbrella style softbox and it works beautifully too. I just ordered a couple Bowens mount modifiers and am looking forward to trying those. The tilt function is very good. It is more like a ratchet connection so you don't have to worry about it accidentally slipping forward. The handle pulls out to the side to reposition it if it is getting in the way of the modifier.5Great especially for the moneyThe usefulness of this bracket is amazing. I bought is because: A- I like that it aims the flash to the center of my umbrellas, and B: Because I can use Bowens mount modifiers. My only gripe is that it's plastic and cheaply made. The price reflects this, and if it breaks, 20 bucks isn't that much for a replacement. But this disposable mindset really bothers me. I'd prefer the Phottix Cerberus. It's a far superior bracket, professional grade, incredible construction, metal and will last forever.It's three times of cost, and it doesn't have an umbrella mount. You need to use the umbrella mount in their Varos umbrella mount, which raises the flash higher than the center of the umbrella.You can't really go wrong with this. I wish it was metal instead of plastic, but it's super useful.4No more worrying about your flash being secure on a stand.This thing is amazing. After years of being worried about my flashes on wobbly mounts, I can finally shoot comfortably.They're plastic, but they are built incredibly strong. The clamp on top is easy to turn, and feels nice and secure on the head of your flash. The Bowens mount is an added bonus that makes it very easy to use high-quality modifiers. Lastly, the positioning of the opening for the flash in relation to the umbrella slot ensures that your flash is firing directly in the center of your umbrella.The only thing that I would change is I wish the knob that lets you adjust the angle of the mount was smooth and didn't function in notches or "steps". That being said, this is an amazing piece of hardware and I invested in two more after I received my first.5Product garbageThe swivel to tilt it does not move. You'll have to take it apart and adjust some things, but even then, I'm using all the strength to tilt it up or down and it's just a moment before it breaks. Also, the lever to adjust it is too long. If you use a larger soft box such as a soft octagon box or a soft hex box, the lever to tighten the angle will enter your soft box, so it is very inconvenient to tilt and make small adjustments once you have assembled your box soft. It is a terrible product. It is cheap plastic trash that gives Bowen mounts a bad name. There must be a metal version, or one that has some parts replaced with metal, so it is not heavy yet. My 7 foot pebble umbrella can not stand alone with this. Another soft box fell and broke the support.1
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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Description
  • The new Godox S-type Speedlite Bracket takes horizontal flash head mounting another step further though, by clamping the flash head, rather than strapping it in place as the Phottix bracket does. As an optimized patented product, Godox S-type speedlite bracket is superior: all-in-one, smaller size, portable design, no assembly/disassembly, and easy mounting system. Quickly add Bowens-mount lighting accessories to get creative lighting effects.
  • Features: No pre-assembly & post-disassembly. Smaller size, lighter weight, & less occupied space
Reviews

Customer Reviews

So far this is the best low cost S Mount I have found.Finally got this out of the box and used it on a softbox that came with its own bracket. This is without a doubt the best Bowens S mount bracket I have, and I have some brackets in my collection. Here is what I like:1. Allows me to insert my flash into the modifier instead of trying to line it up with the opening. If you ever tried to line a speedlight on a trigger with the hole in a softbox you know what I mean. Connect a bare bulb to a stripbox with this bracket and it's magical!2. Real S mount, attaching a big softbox to this is simple and the click lets you know it is locked in. No more having your softbox come off in your hand when you rotate it.3. Everything that comes in contact with your speedlight is padded. Not a big deal with many of my speedlights since they have been around for a while. I have 4 newer SB-910's that I would like to keep looking nice for as long as I can.4. The speedlight can be mounted with the head in the same direction as the modifier dimension, the head will go vertical in a stripbox instead of horizontal. Sounds minor but helps give even coverage in a rectangular modifier.5. Handle for tilt has a release button to rotate it out of the way. I have brackets that cost twice what I paid for this one where the handle is stuck wherever it is tight, even if it prevents the softbox from rotating.Here is what I don't like:1. Its all plastic. I know for 20 bucks it will be plastic, at least it seems to be very strong and well finished without rough edges or flash. Everything on it fits and works, nothing on it looks like it will cut me.2. The tilt adjustment is very coarse, I don't have a problem with adjusting it but I have mounted it on a light stand swivel when I didn't want to fuss with it. Use it with a shoot through umbrella and you will never notice, use a snoot with a tight grid and you will.Overall I really like this, some thought went into the design and it shows in the results.5Works great with Speedlights and Bowens-mount accessories.. but not so great with umbrellas.Purchased several of these and highly recommend them. They mount directly onto a lightstand and tighten into place. The top has an additional knob to lock down the flash. Works great and forms a very solid connection. One big benefit is being able to have the flash securely mounted and pointed directly into your modifier (opposed to the standard speedlight mounts which offset the flash and form a loose connection)The Bowens mount is great.. I've had no issues with anything up to large 60" octaboxes. The side handle allows you to tilt the flash; I've found that the tilt doesn't work great (it tends to be very finnicky) but once set it is a very secure hold.Unfortunately, the umbrella mount isn't perfect. Several people have reported theirs breaking. The other issue is that the bowens mount reflectors do not line up with the Umbrella hole. This means that you can only use a Bowens Reflector or an Umbrella. I like to use a reflector to shoot into an umbrella, and that's just not physically possible here due to the placement.5Bowens mount bracket for hot-shoe flash and video lightingThis is a Godox S-Type style bracket that allows Bowens Mount accessories to be mounted on the front face. While people buy these to shoot hot-shoe flash, I frequently use mine for video lighting. As shown in my photos, you can get a Edison bulb to power plug adapter and mount your video light into the bracket, and then use either umbrella or softbox for light diffusion. I own about a dozen of these brackets - I can't say enough about them. They are inexpensive, small, and versatile.5Great value!I purchased this bracket to use with my Godox 2' rectangle soft box. It has worked very well with my still life photography. Given its price, I can't say its of a highly durable build but its certainly good and definitely worth the price. It securely holds my speed light. I also have a Profoto two speed light bracket and that is outrageously expensive but its built like a tank. But its design makes it very difficult to see the controls on the speed light and simply turn it on and off. The Godox provides easy access to the speed light buttons. I also like the simple way the bracket holds the speed light but I need to be cautious not to over tighten it and possibly damage my speed light. One thing that could happen but hasn't yet is that the soft box could pop off this bracket. It's not overly secure. But as I've used it during my still life sessions, it hasn't given me any issues yet when I adjust my light stand. Overall, this is a great little value and I'd recommend it.5I love this flash bracket! I love this flash bracket! I got it because I use a remote trigger and that makes my flash set up a bit wobbly-- this resolves the problem. It is not wobbly at all. In fact, as one (maybe all??) user pointed out, the interlocking teeth are too much. He used a piece of plastic configured as a washer to resolve. For this bracket, I simply removed one of the removable washers and it was good to go. But I used that idea on another bracket and it works like a dream! The only "negative" is that it is large for a flash bracket, so you will need room in your bag. 5The best speedlite brackets I've found. Period.Absolutely amazing speedlite bracket. I bought two of these brackets to put my off-camera speedlights on stands with shoot-through umbrellas, and they work absolutely perfectly with zero headaches. In contrast to that, before getting these, I had shot several portrait sessions with el cheapo hot shoe brackets, and they were SUCH A PAIN to use. I should have spent the money for these right off the bat. Lesson learned. These brackets are heavy-duty, don't drift, are a piece of cake to adjust, and set up and tear down in a matter of seconds. Why anyone would give them less than 5 stars is beyond me.5Excellent for Umbrellas; Fills Whole Umbrella with LightThese brackets are very sturdy, and hold the speedlight in a unique way that makes for a much more secure grip. Also, you can rotate the speedlight whatever way you want for easier access to controls, or if line-of-sight is critical. What I really love is how close to the umbrella shaft the speedlight is, which really helps to fill the umbrella with light, as opposed to only half of it!5I won't use any other holder for my speedlights now.I have used a number of mounts for speedlights on light stands and had always been frustrated for one reason or another. This one works beautifully. The light is solid in the mount. Cold shoe mounts have been iffy with that at times. I have a 24 by 24 softbox that springs open and slips over the mount. It is a touch tighter than on the bracket that came with the softbox, but it actually is nicer that way. I have used an umbrella style softbox and it works beautifully too. I just ordered a couple Bowens mount modifiers and am looking forward to trying those. The tilt function is very good. It is more like a ratchet connection so you don't have to worry about it accidentally slipping forward. The handle pulls out to the side to reposition it if it is getting in the way of the modifier.5Great especially for the moneyThe usefulness of this bracket is amazing. I bought is because: A- I like that it aims the flash to the center of my umbrellas, and B: Because I can use Bowens mount modifiers. My only gripe is that it's plastic and cheaply made. The price reflects this, and if it breaks, 20 bucks isn't that much for a replacement. But this disposable mindset really bothers me. I'd prefer the Phottix Cerberus. It's a far superior bracket, professional grade, incredible construction, metal and will last forever.It's three times of cost, and it doesn't have an umbrella mount. You need to use the umbrella mount in their Varos umbrella mount, which raises the flash higher than the center of the umbrella.You can't really go wrong with this. I wish it was metal instead of plastic, but it's super useful.4No more worrying about your flash being secure on a stand.This thing is amazing. After years of being worried about my flashes on wobbly mounts, I can finally shoot comfortably.They're plastic, but they are built incredibly strong. The clamp on top is easy to turn, and feels nice and secure on the head of your flash. The Bowens mount is an added bonus that makes it very easy to use high-quality modifiers. Lastly, the positioning of the opening for the flash in relation to the umbrella slot ensures that your flash is firing directly in the center of your umbrella.The only thing that I would change is I wish the knob that lets you adjust the angle of the mount was smooth and didn't function in notches or "steps". That being said, this is an amazing piece of hardware and I invested in two more after I received my first.5Product garbageThe swivel to tilt it does not move. You'll have to take it apart and adjust some things, but even then, I'm using all the strength to tilt it up or down and it's just a moment before it breaks. Also, the lever to adjust it is too long. If you use a larger soft box such as a soft octagon box or a soft hex box, the lever to tighten the angle will enter your soft box, so it is very inconvenient to tilt and make small adjustments once you have assembled your box soft. It is a terrible product. It is cheap plastic trash that gives Bowen mounts a bad name. There must be a metal version, or one that has some parts replaced with metal, so it is not heavy yet. My 7 foot pebble umbrella can not stand alone with this. Another soft box fell and broke the support.1
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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