I'm not absolutely certain what you are asking but here goes: The RRS orbital tilt flash bracket comes with one tilting flash mount and I added a second one purchased from RRS. These are adjustable and slide around the mount itself. The master flash (in this case an SB800) is attached to the SC17 cord which screws to the tilting flash mount. The slave (an SB600) is attached to the RRS flash mount via a Nikon AS10 TTL multi flash adapter. It is a tad awkward, but one CAN use the table top mount that comes with the SB800 or SB600--simply screw it directly to the RRS tilting flash mount. Heck, one could simply hold the 2nd flash by hand if need be.MGlennn said:Neat outfit and super shots Jerry...
Can you elaborate a little more on the RRS bracket and how you have everything attached and the "centering" of the flash over the lens..??
The RRS Orbital tilt flash bracket is attached to a RRS lens mount plate screwed to the foot of the 200 micro. This fits into a RRS clamp or, in this case, a clamp that comes with the Wimberley Sidekick.
Regarding centering the camera/lens with the bracket. I can't. The RRS orbital tilt flash bracket comes in three sizes. The one shown is the middle size which will work with my 300 mm telephoto as well. Perhaps the smallest size would center nicely. However, I now wish that I had considered the largest size to get a tad better spread of the two flashes and the flashes a bit higher on the camera, even though it would be even more off center. I may be incorrect re this, but I really don't think it is important for micro/macro work whether the lens is centered with the flash bracket (within reason, of course). Someone please jump in and correct me here if I am wrong. I certainly can't observe any differences from macros I have done with film over the years where the flashes were pretty much centered with respect to the lens.
Hope that this info helps?