MagMod MagBounce

MagMod MagBounce

MagMod MagBounce

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Product Highlights

  • For MagMod Flash Modifier System
  • Provides Soft, Diffused Light
  • Rotatable for Portrait & Landscape Shots
  • Neodymium Rare-Earth Magnetic Attachment
  • Silicone Rubber Material
  • Microfiber Carrying Pouch Included
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MagMod MMBOUNCE01 overview

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Increase the apparent size of your flash by about 300% with the MagBounce, part of the MagMod flash modifier system and intended for use with the MagMod MagGrip. The soft, diffused light produced by this attachment functions similarly to a softbox and cast the beam over a large area. Also, the MagBounce can be oriented in one of four different positions for use in both portrait and landscape shootings thanks to the attachment with four neodymium rare-earth magnets. With this system, the MagBounce can be used in combination with other accessories, such as the MagGel. It is made from molded silicone rubber for a sleek, simple design with good durability and comes with a microfiber carrying pouch.

UPC: 854211005121
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MagMod MagBounce
  • Microfiber Carrying Pouch
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    MagMod MMBOUNCE01 specs

    Modifier Type Reflector
    Attachment Method Magnetic
    Dimensions H: 5.0 x W: 5.0 x L: 2.5" / H: 12.7 x W: 12.7 x L: 6.4 cm
    Weight 11.2 oz / 318 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.9 x 4.9 x 2.4"

    MagMod MMBOUNCE01 reviews

    MagBounce is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 46.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nicely constructed product The quality of the product is impressive. The ability to bend/fold these things for storage is nice. I've used it lightly for some macro work and for one wedding and it's nice for what it is. I don't drink the PR Kool-Aid of the product, so on the flip side I will say it's not a replacement for an umbrella or anything light that. The quality of light is just different. What you are really buying when you buy this product is the convenience of the magnet system and having a smaller footprint. Now, based on that you have to decide if that convenience makes you take better images or not.
    Date published: 2017-07-12
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Magnet Problem I bought this product from B&H in January, 2016. I do a lot of event photography and found that the bounce through the light better than other diffusers I've used in the past. I was happy with it until a couple of magnets popped out. Then the two magnets were stuck together and very hard to get apart. I managed to get them apart and put the magnets in their respective holes but now the bounce won't stay on the grip like it use to, so it is useless to me now. I submitted an email to customer support and other than a standard reply saying how important their customers are.... I have yet to get a solution. I also agree with some of the other reviews regarding the weight and that sometimes causes the speed light to bend 90 degrees involuntarily. I also have the MagSphere and fortunately have not had the same problem with it. Signed, Disappointed
    Date published: 2016-08-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good, but................ The lighting effect is very nice and the magnetic mount make it the most flexible and user-friendly design out there. But.......... it is so heavy that your flash will flop over in certain situations and the magnets are so strong that I worry about straining my flash's mount when de-mounting the reflector. MagMount should introduce MagBounce Lite with lighter weight and smaller lighter magnets and it would be perfect !
    Date published: 2015-07-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Where has this Bounce been all my life??? With only one soft box and my MagBounce, my pictures are 10x better....
    Date published: 2016-08-23
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from be careful The MagBounce works well, but the magnets worry me. Putting the MagBounce in my camera bag, with my camera, flash cards or other equipment, does worries me because of the affect the magnets might have on the equipment.
    Date published: 2016-12-06
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from top heavy Sadly this modifier is too heavy for my Canon 600EX-RT. I am unable to tilt my flash when it is on. It just falls to a right angle. I have 3 Canon 600 EX-RT flashes and it does it with all of them. So now I have to try and figure out a way I can keep it in a titled position. (tape?) This however is not a great solution - as that would meant it is in a fixed position and would limited how I capture my photos and not at all much use when I am constantly changing the direction of my flash to accommodate subjects that move around or to achieve different exposure etc. Sorry but it is a complete fail on my Canon 600 Flash. I do not experience the same issue with my Yongnou 600 Ex_RT flash.� The tilt facility on it is much firmer/tighter so it does hold it (whether over time it will weaken from the weight is yet to be seen.) This MagBouce has to be used with the MagMod grip.� the MagMod� grib, contrary to advertisements is actually quite hard to put on your flash. The opening is quite small and has to be stretched to go around your flash head. I have managed to get it on my flash twice by myself and it takes time and effort. Usually I need assistance to do it. I have two of these (unfortunately!) so its not that one is faulty - they are both the same. They are incredibly hard to put on. As a result I generally leave it on. the downside to leaving it on is then packing my flash away - its wider at the top and longer so does not fit in the usual place. Also if I leave it on and then want to use the flash on a stand with a different modifier (i.e. lastolite soft box) I have to take the grip off as it will not fit through the adapter that holds the softbox. All of these things take up time and space. So basically I wish I never bought it as there are so many cons and pros to it.
    Date published: 2018-03-20
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does the job Functions well but too heavy
    Date published: 2016-11-18
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Big Heavy & Awkward I really wanted to like this thing. I bought it for weddings. I shot one wedding with it and I am done. The light it produces is OK. The big downer is the weight and size. Once you put the gigantic rubber band with magnets on your speedlight followed by this thing your camera becomes extremely top heavy. It also adds a significant amount of total weight. As other reviewers mentioned, my speedlight flipped downed to 90 degrees on several occasions, because of the weight. I use Canon 600 EX-RTs, not light weight speedlites. In addition, it makes it nearly impossible to set your camera down. Your camera will topple under the weight. Changing cards, batteries, lens, etc is extremely difficult with this thing on your camera. It is much bigger and heavier than the Gary Fong. Similar results can be achieved with with the Rogue flash bender or the Lastolite Speedlite Ezybox. Both are big, but are made of fabric. Hence, both are much lighter. I like the interchangeability of modifiers this product offers. If you like to gel your flashes or use grids, I think the magmod might be a good solution, but this thing needs work. Lastly, I am not crazy about having magnets in close proximity to my CF cards. I don't recommend this product.
    Date published: 2016-03-09
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