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Custom Solutions, New York, New York
Manufacturers of "The Shell" light modifier for on-camera flash units, eliminates red-eye, softens light, reduces shadows both horizontally and vertically. Two models and list of compatible flash units. Tool for photo journalists, wedding and event photographers, for flattering on-location portraits. Dealer locations.
Dotline Corporation, Chatsworth (Greater Los Angeles), California
Major wholesale distributor to the retail photo trade. No sales to consumers. Dotline's online catalog of flashes and flash accessories includes RPS flash slaves which fit standard 110volt AC light bulb sockets, color filters for flash, compact flash diffusers for most shoe and handle mount flashes, mini-bounce and maxi-bounce diffusers, Sto-Fen and Omni-Bounce products, digital camera flash slaves, hot shoe slaves, flash shoe adapters, more than a dozen flat, flexible and folding flash brackets, PC cord tip repair tool, Paramount and Hama brand flash cords, much more.
Hakuba USA, Parsippany, New Jersey
Manufactures hundreds of photo accessories, including ball socket shoes for mounting electronic flash on light stands, flexible flash shoe spring clamps for attaching flashes to any support, Synchro Eye remote slave triggers and flexible strobe extensions. ToCAD America acquired Hakuba USA in 2003.
Hama GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Photo accessories are a small part of Hama's product catalog. Select "Camera and Camcorder", then "Photo-Recording", and then "Flash". Hama's extensive flash accessories include hot shoe adapters, hot shoe adapter cables, flash sync cables, insulated shoe mounts, hot shoe slaves, straight and L-shape flash brackets, extension cables, universal adjustable flash bounce shoe mounts, more.
Kirk Enterprises Inc., Angola, Indiana
Manufacturers of camera accessories. Kirk's catalog includes quick release flash brackets, custom L brackets for all cameras, flash brackets for telephoto lenses, Flash X-Tender fresnel lens flash extender for use with lenses 300mm or longer, flash extension arms, macro flash brackets and many more professional photography tools.
Lumiquest, New Braunfels, Texas
Specialty manufacturers of flash accessories and light modifiers for hand-held flashes and tabletop photography applications. Product catalog includes mini-softboxes and softboxes, bounce diffusers, pocket bouncers, tabletop reflectors, barndoors, snoots, metallic inserts for specular highlights and warm fill flash. Lumiquest's new Soft Screen diffuser is designed especially for the built-in, pop-up flash on many digital cameras.
Paramount Cords, Bronx, New York
Paramount manufactures heavy-duty flash sync cords for professional digital and film photographers. Extensive online catalog of electronic flash sync cords and cables, Pocket Wizard cords, adapters, mounting brackets and accessories, female hotshoe to miniphone plug cable for Canon and Nikon flashes, remote camera trigger cords, Canon ETTL custom length cords, Y cords and more.
PocketWizard, Elmsford, New York
Manufactures digital radio slaves for professional photographers. Wireless freedom for triggering cameras and flashes remotely, simultaneously and safely, protecting your camera from the risk of damaging high synch trigger voltage. Wireless transmitters, receivers, transceivers, remote control radio slaves, camera and flash sync cables, low-voltage triggers, special mounting bars and more.
Quantum Instruments Inc., Hauppauge, New York
Best known for heavy-duty rechargeable battery packs, Quantum also manufactures a mini-folding softbox with hotspot reducer, designed for use with all QFlash electronic flashes.
Sto-Fen Products, Santa Cruz, California
Omni-Bounce flash attachments are made to fit most popular electronic flashes without Velcro straps. Flash diffusion and enhancement on location without cumbersome studio equipment. Pocket-sized Two-Way Bounce Card eliminates the need to bounce flash off the ceiling, Translucent green and gold Omni-Bounce for fluorescent light and warm fill flash in available light.
Wein Products Inc., Los Angeles, California
Photo accessories manufacturer. Wein Safe Syncs reduce any electronic flash voltage up to 400 volts to less than 6 volts, absolutely essential protection when using older flashes with digital cameras and modern film cameras. Digital Smart Slaves ignore digital camera pre-flash, triggering any remote slaved flash in perfect synchronization when the pop-up on-camera flash fires. Interference-free, cordless infrared remote flash control with Pro-Sync transmitters and receivers. Wein also makes many models of battery-free photo slaves and replacement foot with built-in slave for Vivitar 283 and Vivitar 285 flash units.
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