SKU: GC49-1.26346

ELINCHROM OCF ADAPTER

The Elinchrom OCF Adapter efficiently enables the use of Elinchrom bayonet-equipped speedrings, softboxes, and accessories on light sources using the Elinchrom OCF or Profoto® OCF mounts.

Note: Designed to hold up to 1kg (2.2lbs), the Elinchrom-Profoto® Adapter (EL26333) should be used for all payloads exceeding that limit.

Take your pick

Use your favourite Elinchrom light modifier or accessory on any Elinchrom OCF or Profoto® OCF light source with the Elinchrom OCF Adapter.

Complication free

This straightforward and durable adapter functions without moving parts, increasing reliability and ease of use on set.

Keep things light

Intended for use predominantly with off-camera flashes, the OCF Adapter can hold up to 1kg (2.2lbs). If your desired light modifier exceeds that limit, purchase the Elinchrom-Profoto® Adapter (EL26333) instead.

Compatibility

Elinchrom Ocf Adapter

Product Features

  • Enables the use of Elinchrom bayonet-equipped Speedring
  • Designed to hold up to 1kg

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Product Overview

The Elinchrom OCF Adapter efficiently enables the use of Elinchrom bayonet-equipped speedrings, softboxes, and accessories on light sources using the Elinchrom OCF or Profoto® OCF mounts.

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