MagMod MagSphere

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MagMod
MagMod MagSphere
Key Features
  • For MagMod Flash Modifier System
  • Omni-Directional Light Throw
  • Provides Soft, Diffused Light
  • Integrated Gel Slot
Transform your on-camera flash into an omni-directional light source with the MagSphere, designed for use with the MagMod flash modifier system. The soft, diffused light is flattering and it has an integrated gel slot for adjusting the color of your flash. The two neodymium rare-earth magnets allow it to quickly attach to a separately available MagGrip, as well as other modifiers, such as a MagGrid, for more control over your light. Additionally, it is made from molded silicone rubber for a sleek, simple design with good durability and it comes with a microfiber carrying pouch.
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MagMod MagSphere Overview

Transform your on-camera flash into an omni-directional light source with the MagSphere, designed for use with the MagMod flash modifier system. The soft, diffused light is flattering and it has an integrated gel slot for adjusting the color of your flash. The two neodymium rare-earth magnets allow it to quickly attach to a separately available MagGrip, as well as other modifiers, such as a MagGrid, for more control over your light. Additionally, it is made from molded silicone rubber for a sleek, simple design with good durability and it comes with a microfiber carrying pouch.

UPC: 854211005107

MagMod MagSphere Specs

Modifier TypeDome
Attachment MethodMagnetic
DimensionsH: 5.0 x W: 3.3 x L: 2.5" / H: 12.7 x W: 8.3 x L: 6.4 cm
Weight8.0 oz / 227 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.655 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.35 x 4.95 x 3.4"
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Asked by: Doug
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Answered by: Sudesh
Date published: 2021-08-16

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Asked by: Doug
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Asked by: Jung
This is a good diffuser. If pointed up it will light a room. It is way better than just bouncing off the ceiling. I like to use it with the grid. Pointed at the subject it gives soft light and with nice fall off. Hope this helps
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-03-14

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Asked by: Suresh
Suresh... Since the MagMod products have not been designed to work with the round head flashes, we don't "recommend" it. That doesn't mean that you won't find customers making it work. Hope that helps.
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Date published: 2020-06-25

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Date published: 2019-06-17
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