MagMod MagBounce

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MagMod MagBounce
Key Features
  • For MagMod Flash Modifier System
  • Provides Soft, Diffused Light
  • Rotatable for Portrait & Landscape Shots
  • Neodymium Rare-Earth Magnetic Attachment
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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.
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MagMod MagBounce Overview

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

MagMod MagBounce Specs

Modifier TypeReflector
Attachment MethodMagnetic
DimensionsH: 5.0 x W: 5.0 x L: 2.5" / H: 12.7 x W: 12.7 x L: 6.4 cm
Weight11.2 oz / 318 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.11 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.75 x 7.6 x 7.15"
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Many people say it's heavy on the flash? aren't ...

Many people say it's heavy on the flash? aren't you able to rotate your flashes all the way to the back and mount the magbounce the other way to keep it from falling to the right angle? or would that be oppose the magnets and would only mount one way?
Asked by: Ralph
Yes, you can rotate the flash for a secure fit.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-02

Will this fit a Flashpoint round head flash?

Will this fit a Flashpoint round head flash?
Asked by: Placido David
The following is from the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page on Magmod's website concerning round flash usage. Can I Use the MagGrip with Round Head Flashes? We're often asked about the new popular flash heads such as the Profoto A1 and the Godox V1. Unfortunately, the MagGrip was not designed to work with these new round head flashes. However, that doesn't mean that the MagGrip can't be installed on the round head flashes, but we cannot guarantee the functionality. MagMod was designed to work perfectly with traditional rectangular speedlights (the rectangular modifiers don't fully cover the round flash head). Some photographers have used the MagGrip with their round head flashes, despite the poor fit, and have seen great results. As for using the round head flashes with the MagBox System, there have been some images floating around the internet of people who have "hacked" (machining involved) their MagRing. They did so by removing the center bar to fit one round head Speedlight. However, we do not promote something that does not work best and will void MagMod's limited 1-year warranty.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2020-12-22

MagBounce vs MagSphere?

MagBounce vs MagSphere?
Asked by: Jonathan
Both are good, it depends on what type of shooting you're doing. Magbounce covers more area and sphere is softer and more directional.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-06-24

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Do I need the maggrid to attach it to my flash?
Asked by: Ana J.
The MagGrid is a seperate accessory. You want the MagGrip.
Answered by: Ali Z.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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