The FA-QR "Quick-Release Set" can be used for fast mounting of your off-camera strobes & strobe cords on our legacy flash brackets. Install the bottom piece semi-permanently to the top of your Really Right Stuff flash bracket. This piece will stay on your flash bracket all the time just like on our current flash brackets. Then install the top piece to your off-camera strobe cord. Now you can snap fit your strobe cord onto your flash bracket instantly. No more fiddling with slippery thumbwheels! Purchase extra FA-QR1 top pieces to make most manufacuters strobe cords or cold shoes quick-release.
FA-QRCS2 Cold Shoe Mount
This is a cold shoe mount that will allow you to mount hot shoe strobes without using the off-camera TTL strobe cord. Need to mount a second strobe that’s triggered wirelessly to our flash brackets? Just add the FA-QRCS2 cold shoe. This cold shoe is insulated, securely holds any hot shoe strobe, and features a ¼"-20 mounting socket on the bottom.
FA-CS3 Cold Shoe Mount
This is a cold shoe mount that will allow you to mount hot shoe strobes into any Really Right Stuff clamp. Want to use your lightweight tripod as a light stand? Use the FA-CS3. This cold shoe is insulated, securely holds any hot shoe strobe, and features a ¼"-20 mounting socket on the bottom.
Spare Flash Mounts for B-Series Flash Brackets
Now a dual strobe set-up is easy! Just add a spare flash mount to your B-Series flash bracket. Flash mounts are model-specific: B85-FM, B87-QRFM, B91-FM. Image at right shows one Nikon strobe mounted to the flash bracket using the Nikon off-camera strobe cord, and the other strobe is mounted in FA-CS2 cold shoe in spare flash mount.
FA-QREX2 Telescoping Extender
The FA-QREX2 is a lightweight and rigid telescoping extension arm that will enable the user to increase the distance between their camera and strobe. The extended has an integrated Snap QR mount that will accept all Snap QR adapters for added versatility. Giving the user an additional 6” to 10.3” inches of height the FA-QREX2 is the perfect way to eliminate “eyeshine” when using a strobe for wildlife photography or to achieve better strobe position when working with macro subjects.