XP PhotoGear Speedbox Diffuser 70 (28" Dodecagon)

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XP PhotoGear Speedbox Diffuser 70 (28" Dodecagon)
Key Features
  • Diffuse Light from Speedlight Flash
  • Collapsible Yet Rigid Softbox
  • Quick Release Folding System
  • Included Speed Ring
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The 28" dodecagonal Speedbox Diffuser 70 from XP PhotoGear is a portable softbox that utilizes your speedlight flash unit to create softer, diffuse and evenly spread illumination. The lightweight and portable design of the softbox make it ideal for photographers on the go who want to create a versatile and flattering light from just a speedlight. 
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XP PhotoGear Speedbox Diffuser 70 Overview

The 28" dodecagonal Speedbox Diffuser 70 from XP PhotoGear is a portable softbox that utilizes your speedlight flash unit to create softer, diffuse and evenly spread illumination. The lightweight and portable design of the softbox make it ideal for photographers on the go who want to create a versatile and flattering light from just a speedlight. 

The included speed ring requires no additional adapters or hardware, the rods of the softbox slip into ports on the speed ring for easy set up and a sturdy construction. The adjustable speed light bracket moves in four directions to accommodate a wide variety of flashes as well as wireless triggering units. The curved grip allows the softbox to be easily moved for exacting light placement. A cold shoe mount, a 1/4"-20 thread and a standard 5/8" mount provide several support options for the softbox.

28" Dodecagon Portable Softbox for Flash Speedlites
Patented quick release folding system for fast and convenient setup. The diffuser is easily spread out by pulling 6 rods to the speed ring.
The included speed ring requires no adapters or attachment hardware. Its highly reflective silver coating increases reflection.
Adjustable speedlight bracket supports most flash units as well radio-remote wireless triggering units.
Simple take down - pinch tabs on the back of the speedring to release the rods.
The curved handy grip allows you to easily move the direction of the diffuser.

XP PhotoGear Speedbox Diffuser 70 Specs

Size28 x 27" (71 x 69 cm)
ShapeDodecagon
Removable Front FaceNo
Removable Interior BaffleYes
Accepts GridsNo
Requires Speed RingYes, Speed Ring Included
Bracket ConnectorsCold Shoe or Standard 5/8"
Flash MountCold Shoe or 1/4"-20
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.921 x 7.48 x 3.465"
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Are the ribs made of fibreglass or steel?
Asked by: Anonymous
The early models are steel. Some later versions are fiberglass or similar.
Answered by: Jef M.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Is the interior of the XP PhotoGear Speedbox silver or white?
Asked by: Chuck F.
Silver
Answered by: John M.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Can this be used with a Godox Wistro 360 flash?
Asked by: Guest
Yes, you can use it with the AD360 Barebulb flash. But the bracket was made for a speed lite. The weight of the AD360 will be supported , but it will be cumbersome. I would get the bowens mount and just use the S-Bracket.
Answered by: Alberto C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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What is the Flash Trigger Battery compartment for on the rear of the flash bracket? It's 'hot', but why?
Asked by: Joe B.
SMDV has it's own manual triggering system. You will need to buy the SMDV 16 Channel Flash Wave III Radio Trigger. I am not sure it BH sell it. Personally I don't think it's worth it, just use the triggering system of your choice.
Answered by: Alberto C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Hello all , The speedring that comes with this unit ? Is it a BOWENS > Thank you ...
Asked by: Anonymous
Hi, this is a portable unit made for speed lights , Bowens need another ring mount
Answered by: JORGE V.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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I see people on Amazon complain about breaking rods on this style of modifier. Has anyone had a rod break? Are extra rods available, and if so, at what cost?
Asked by: Scott A.
they come with extra rods I think. You can purchase more rods. I love my two speed boxes.
Answered by: Jim F.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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I see that there is no mention of any inner baffle. The specs say there is no removable inner or outer baffle, but is there an inner diffuser at all? Inner diffusers are important to eliminate hot spots and for added diffusion of light.
Asked by: James C.
Yes....there is a removable inner baffle and an outer removable diffuser which you see in the picture.
Answered by: Frank L.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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