Lastolite has released the TriGrip bracket, which acts as a holder for its TriGrip reflectors. Using the TriGrip bracket and reflector together offers more versatility for photographers working solo. The TriGrip bracket is available now and carries an initial retail price of $120.
More details in the press release below.
Lastolite TriGrip Bracket News Release
Ramsey, N.J. (October 22, 2009) – Lastolite, a leading manufacturer of lighting solutions, announces the addition of the TriGrip bracket to its highly successful TriGrip line of reflectors. The TriGrip bracket is an innovative bracket that allows photographers to work alone and support the TriGrip reflector on a handle, lighting stand, tripod, or any other type of fixing bracket.
Following its launch in 2002, the Lastolite TriGrip has become a phenomenal success. Now, with the Lastolite TriGrip bracket, existing and new TriGrip users can take advantage of even more versatility when positioning their reflector or diffusing panel.
Photographers simply place the moulded TriGrip handle into the bracket and secure it in place with the strap. The ball joint connector enables photographers to then position the TriGrip exactly where they want it, leaving their hands free to operate the camera.
The TriGrip bracket can be used to support the TriGrip when working with ambient light or in conjunction with battery operated flash using the flash gun attachment arm to bounce light off the reflector’s surface or shoot through a diffusing panel.
The TriGrip bracket is available now for $120.00 (street price).
William Beem says
$120 for a bracket? I’ll stay with Home Depot A-clamps on a stick.