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    [72005] Falcon Eyes Folding Softbox Parabolic Octabox 100cm with Detachable Grid (FEOB-10EX-HC)

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    Falcon Eyes' range of innovative folding softboxes is ideal for both studio and outdoor use. With its pop-open design, you can start taking photos in a jiffy! These softboxes are lightweight, quick-to-assemble and create a soft/directional quality of light. 

    Only 29 left

    Availability: In stock

    R1,549.99

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    Main Features: 

    • Inner & outer baffle (diffuser) (velcro attachment)
    • Interchangeable speedring mount
    • Speedring type: Bowens
    • Pop-open design: Easy to assemble
    • Includes protective carry sleeve
    • Includes detachable grid (velcro attachment)
     
    What is a Softbox?
     
    A softbox is a light modifier that can be used with a speedlight or strobe. A softbox diffuses light into a softer, more pleasing quality of light. When used correctly, it can emulate window light. A softbox is also designed to reduce hard and edgy shadows. Additionally, a softbox creates a directional quality of light -- giving you better control of your light with minimal light spillage. 
     

    Grid vs No Grid?
     
    Some softboxes include a detachable grid. A grid, also referred to as a honeycomb attachment, is used to dramatically minimize any light spillage created by the softbox and to reduce the effective spread of light. So, if you want to create a smaller beam of light, or to keep the light off your background & foreground, then a grid will definitely come in handy. Grids also create stronger and bolder shadows on your subject -- resulting in a more dramatic quality of light. 
     

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    Typical Backorder Leadtime 6 months
    Price R1,549.99

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