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The PIXAPRO 55° Reflector with a set of 4 honeycomb grids produces an even light spread, whilst reducing light spill. This helps to focus the light more efficient and gives more output from your flash. As the reflector has a long neck, you can also throw the light further over distances. This versatile reflector is great for commercial, fashion or beauty photographers, and also low-key portraits, creating dramatic looking results.
The reflector is 18.5cm in diameter, which is traditionally wider than most reflectors on the market, for a wider spread of light. It comprises of a highly reflective interior which helps to bounce the light around for maximum light efficiency, with a black exterior material to reduce light spill.
The PIXAPRO 55° Reflector also comes with a set of four Honeycomb Grids, also known as egg grate grids, which can be used in conjunction with your standard reflector further restrict the spread of light, giving you an effect like that of a spotlight. The grids come with four different degree ratings (40°, 30°, 20° and 10°) which give you progressively tighter control of the light spread. These grids are great for adding interest to your backgrounds, and for highlighting specific areas of your subject without fear of the light spilling onto unwanted areas. They are also great for adding drama to your images with high contrast and harsh shadows. Great for Low-Key images, to further restrict the spread of light, making it more contrasty and directional for even greater control of the light spread and to help separate your subject from the background.
The reflector includes an umbrella mount which allows you to easily attach an umbrella to your flash, for even greater options with your lighting
The PIXAPRO 55° Reflector also comes with a Bowens s-type bayonet fitting which is one of the most popular flash or strobe fittings on the market, including Lencarta, Godox, Aurora, Lastolite Lumen8, RimeLite, iLux, Walimex VC / K +DS, Jinbei, Bowens, Interfit: Stellar and Venus Series. This means you can easily attach and remove the reflector with little to no fuss.
The PIXARPO 55° Reflector with honeycomb grids helps to restrict the spread of light, producing a more focused light whilst giving more output on the subject, this makes it the ideal tool for any commercial, fashion or beauty photographers, and also low-key portraits, creating dramatic looking results.
PLEASE NOTE: This 55° Reflector and grids are designed for use with the LUMI / KINO / STORM / Godox QS / Godox QT / Godox GS flashes. Not Compatible with CITI600 Series flashes.
|Height/Length of Reflector Body||14.8cm|
|Inner Reflector Colour||Silver|
|Reflector Fitting||S Type|
|Grid Degrees||40°, 30°, 20°, 10°|
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I can pretty much cover all of my location shoots with the kit in this case. I am able to use it for Studio based portraits, Prom and Graduation Night Balls, Corporate Head shots on location, Location shoots for both Private clients and Model based shoot and Product photography. I have covered weddings using this kit, lighting the main dance floor, the Bride and Groom shots outside and larger group shots, balancing the lights with the available ambient light.