SKU: GC49-11.S2

Godox S2 Speedlite Flash Bracket For Bowens / S-Type Mounts

The 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 to your flashes.

Features:

  • No pre-assembly & post-disassembly. Smaller size, lighter weight, & less occupied space
  • Unique speedlite mounting way: mounted horizontally or vertically by wrapping speedlite body
  • Reliable mounting: not require Velcro, no pressure on hotshoe, no metal scratches on speedlites
  • Mount size is adjustable to fit all brands of speedlites and even Godox AD-360
  • Bowens mount adds most studio flash accessories, e.g. softbox, reflector, beauty dish, etc
  • Umbrella input hole is available and adjusting lighting direction with handle is supported

Regular price $38.81
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The 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 to your flashes.

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