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Profoto Deep Medium Umbrella (41", White)

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Profoto Deep Medium Umbrella (41", White)
Key Features
  • Deeper Shape for Precise Control
  • 16 fiberglass Rods for Rounder Shape
  • Heat Resistant Fabric
This white, 41" Profoto Deep Medium Umbrella is unique in that it is lightweight yet deep and parabolically shaped. The deeper shape gives the photographer better control of the light spread. It also allows the photographer to focus and shape light by simply sliding the umbrella shaft in its holder. This white version creates a soft but still direct light, perfect for portrait and beauty shots. Attach the optional diffuser for a softer, more even light spread.
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Does it fit the b10

Does it fit the b10
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, this can be used with the Profoto B10.
Answered by: Stephen G
Date published: 2022-07-18

Is the Medium big enough for standing full length ...

Is the Medium big enough for standing full length portraits without too much fall off?
Asked by: Christopher
A Profoto Deep Medium Umbrella can cover a full length portrait without too much fall off depending on the positioning.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2023-06-23


What is the length of the umbrella when folded?
Asked by: Paul
31 inches
Answered by: Dror B.
Date published: 2018-08-25


Hi, Profoto certainly makes outstanding lighting gear but do you think their umbrellas are worth the extra cost? Is there a visual difference? How much of a difference is there between the deep and shallow Profoto umbrellas? Thanks. Paul
Asked by: Anonymous
I thought that there would be no difference before I bought one, but now after using the Deep Umbrella a couple of times, I feel that it is worth the price. The light output is nice and even, with some drop off as opposed to a normal umbrella that spreads light everywhere. Plus, I have found that the deep umbrella tends to be easier to control the direction of the light since it reflects from the inside of the umbrella instead of through it, like a normal umbrella. Finally, the construction is top-notch and the fiberglass rods inside seem much more durable that the other umbrellas I already have. The outer layer is much thicker and the steel rod is rigid. Because of the heavier duty construction the unit weights a little more than a normal umbrella, but it's not that noticeable. Paired with my B1, this is a great modifier for me on the go, rather than using a Softbox that requires me assemble it. This deep umbrella pops open and attaches in seconds.
Answered by: Guillermo F.
Date published: 2018-08-25


can this umbrella be used with speed lights for example the? Nikon SB910
Asked by: Banks
Yes, any light source should be able to bounce off from it. But you'll need own stands for the umbrella and speedlight.
Answered by: Jung K.
Date published: 2018-08-25


Can the black cover come off?
Asked by: Alicja C.
Not on this model. It is reflective only. Does not convert to shoot-through.
Answered by: Russell B.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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