Meet the Plastic Slipper
This is the handy little gadget that Bruce uses to hang his speedlites on walls, doors, and windows. The Plastic Slipper is featured in the First Dance sequence in Bruce's speedlite tutorial, Bride & Groom. This helpful video, along with nine others commissioned by Canon, are being presented on the Canon Digital Learning Center.
Need a low-cost solution for placing off-camera speedlites to add some Available Magic? The Plastic Slipper is it. The Plastic Slipper is an ABS plastic version of our popular Baby Slipper which will provide a more stable mounting platform or allow you to suspend it, using its 1 inch diameter hanging hole.
Not intended to be used with light stands or light modifiers, the Plastic Slipper is our most affordable off-camera speedlite solution. The Plastic Slipper is fully compatible with the Radio Popper and Pocket Wizard Flex radio transmitter systems. The 1 inch hole can be used to mount from screws, hooks, tree branches, or the temporary-yet-reliable 3M Command Strips.
The Plastic Slipper is compatible with any speedlite off-camera mounting "foot" (not included) that uses a 1/4"-20 mounting point. If you lost or broke the foot that came with your speedlite, purchase one of our inexpensive Cold Shoes to mount your equipment. The Pocket Wizard Flex repeaters require a cold shoe or speedlite foot for use, which is not included. The Radio Popper PX Receiver Mounting Base can be directly mounted.
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- (1) Plastic Slipper
- (2) 1/4-20" Mounting Screws and (1) Hex Wrench
- Lightweight ABS plastic
- 1 Inch hole for hanging from wall, etc.
- Creates a larger, more stable mounting base than the one provided by speedlite off-camera "feet"
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