Nikon Offset Bracket for Nikon Rangefinder cameras

£245.00

Grade: MINT

The Nikon Offset Bracket first appeared in May 1956 along with the newly available BC-IV shoe mounted compact flash unit. The bracket was made just for the BC-IV. This ingenious little grey plastic and metal adapter allowed you to mount your BC-IV and maintain the unique equally unique cordless clash contact feature of the new Nikon S2 rangefinder camera. You could position you flash at a 45° angle and off to the left to reduce redeye and other unwanted side-effects of direct flash. This allowed one to fit the proper finder for the lens or Multi-finder and your adapter could accommodate both items. This is one of the rarest items for the Nikon rangefinder system

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The Nikon Offset Bracket first appeared in May 1956 along with the newly available BC-IV shoe mounted compact flash unit. The bracket was made just for the BC-IV. This ingenious little grey plastic and metal adapter allowed you to mount your BC-IV and maintain the unique equally unique cordless clash contact feature of the new Nikon S2 rangefinder camera. You could position you flash at a 45° angle and off to the left to reduce redeye and other unwanted side-effects of direct flash. This allowed one to fit the proper finder for the lens or Multi-finder and your adapter could accommodate both items. This is one of the rarest items for the Nikon rangefinder system

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