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Outdoor Photo Gear Breadcrumb Divider Arrow MOUNTING YOUR FLASH TO A WIMBERLEY FLASH BRACKET

Mounting your Flash to a Wimberley Flash Bracket

FAQs - How do I connect my flash to a Wimberley Flash Bracket?



Wimberley Flash brackets are designed to screw into the 1/4Ē threaded hole found on the bottom of the off-camera shoe on the end of the Off-Camera cable that connects your camera to your flash.


Telephoto Set-up

Macro Set-up

Step by step flash mounting instructions:

Step 1- You will need an off-camera shoe cord that connects to your flash. Step 2- Slide the off-camera shoe onto the flash. Step 3- Your flash bracket will screw into the 1/4" threaded hole found on the bottom of your off-camera cable.


Step 4 - With the flash and cord connected, you are now ready to connect your flash to your camera. (Instructions continue below for both telephoto and macro set-ups.)





Telephoto Set-up:


Step 5 - Attach the flash/cord connection to your telephoto bracket by turning the metal knob on your bracket and screwing it into the 1/4" threaded hole on the bottom of your off-camera shoe. Step 6 - Connect the other end of the shoe cord to your camera.

Macro Set-up:



Step 5 - Fully loosen the appropriate knob on your macro bracket (see photo above). This allows the end of your bracket to turn freely to screw into your off-camera shoe.



Step 6 - Attach the flash/cord connection to your macro bracket by turning the metal knob on your bracket and screwing it into the 1/4" threaded hole on the bottom of your off-camera shoe. Step 7 - Once the flash is tightened onto your macro bracket, position the flash to your preferred angle and tighten the bracket in place.


Step 8 - Connect the other end of the shoe cord to your camera.