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Rogue Photographic Design 3-in-1 Flash Grid with 3-Gel Starter Kit (Black Inserts)

BH #ROGUEGRID2 • MFR #ROGUEGRID2
Rogue Photographic Design
Key Features
  • For Most Shoe-Mount Flashes
  • Limits Spill Light
  • Produces 45, 25, and 16° Beam Angles
  • Attaches via Belt and Buckle
Limit light spill and take control of the light beam with the 3-in-1 Flash Grid with 3-Gel Starter Kit with Black Inserts from Rogue Photographic Design. This updated model utilizes a belt and buckle attachment system for a more secure hold on your flash head.
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I have a set of rectangular gels for my speed ...

I have a set of rectangular gels for my speed lights already, will those work with this product or do I have to get the circular ones?
Asked by: Andre
The rectangular shaped Rogue Flash Gels you are referring to will not fit over the top of the Rogue Grid. We do not recommend using the Rogue Flash Gels over the flash head underneath the grid.
Answered by: Expo Support
Date published: 2019-12-31

Knowing the Godox AD200 has a fresnal head ...

Knowing the Godox AD200 has a fresnal head similar to a speed light, would this fit it?
Asked by: Edgar
It will not fit though Godox has a filter kit set for the AD200 Pro https://bhpho.to/3g63OgH
Answered by: louisa
Date published: 2022-01-28

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Does anyone have two of these units and tried different combinations of stacking elements? e.g. what would two 45's do or two 25's do?
Asked by: Ricky
Stacking the grids will reduce the size of the grid creating a tighter grid. There is no set number but it does reduce it a lot. The more you stack the tighter the spot. It also reduces the amount of light.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

Will these fit viviparous 285?

Will these fit viviparous 285?
Asked by: wayne
This product is not compatible with the Vivitar 285.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-01-06

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It looks like this is the same as the B&H # EXHG grid and just includes three gels in addition. Is that correct? <a href= http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/761614-REG/ExpoImaging_ROGUEGRID_Rogue_Grid.html target= _blank >http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/761614-REG/ExpoImaging_ROGUEGRID_Rogue_Grid.html</a>
Asked by: Till
The new version uses an improved belt and buckle design that provides a faster and more secure attachment for the flash. It comes with three gels Dark Salmon, Green and Yellow.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

This is a rather silly question, but might this ...

This is a rather silly question, but might this fit the godox ad300?
Asked by: Edgar
Nope! Tried it. The AD 300 has a diameter that is bigger than what the Rogue Grid Kit can handle. Sorry, I would have liked it to work, too! But it works great for standard speed lights!
Answered by: Christian
Date published: 2022-02-01

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Compared to magmod and gary fong grid, how does this perform? Does Rogue also offer the CTO gel?
Asked by: Jonathan J.
Hi Jonathan, The primary different between the Gary Fong grid and the Rogue grid is that the Rogue Grid includes two stackable honeycomb grids that fit into a dedicated bezel. This allows you to choose between 3 different spot effects or the width and spread of light by using the 25, 45, or stacking to create a 16 grid. In addition, the Rogue Grid folds almost completely flat so it takes up as little room in your camera bag as possible. Compared to MagMod's grid, our Rogue 3-in-1 Stacking Grid features our dedicated attachment band that is similar to all of our other modifiers. It also creates a consistent circular beam of light and includes a carrying pouch and 3 starter gels to try before you dive in to our complete 20-color gel kit for the Rogue 3-in-1 Grid. If you have any other questions, we're happy to assist.
Answered by: ExpoRogue Tech ExpoImaging Expert
Date published: 2022-02-14

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Will this fit Canon 430 EX II ?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it should fit most any speedlight.
Answered by: MICHAEL S.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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