Westcott LunaGrip Kit

BH #WELGKZ • MFR #3771
Westcott LunaGrip Kit
Key Features
  • Fits Most Shoe-Mounted Flash Units
  • Holds Diffusion Discs from 20-42"
  • Softens Light Output
  • Creates Round Catchlights
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Create a beautiful, soft light nearly anywhere with the LunaGrip Kit from Westcott, which includes a 40.5" 5-in-1 reflector disc and a carrying bag. Designed by photographer Kevin Kubota, this devices utilizes an adjustable shoe mount bracket to hold an on-camera flash unit and then features three collapsible flexible grip arms to hold a diffusion disc or reflector from 20-42" in size. It softens the light output from the flash while creating round catchlights and is lightweight enough to be used handheld or on a stand. The different reflector materials add to the unit's versatility by providing multiple types of bounce for different situations.
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Westcott LunaGrip Overview

Create a beautiful, soft light nearly anywhere with the LunaGrip Kit from Westcott, which includes a 40.5" 5-in-1 reflector disc and a carrying bag. Designed by photographer Kevin Kubota, this devices utilizes an adjustable shoe mount bracket to hold an on-camera flash unit and then features three collapsible flexible grip arms to hold a diffusion disc or reflector from 20-42" in size. It softens the light output from the flash while creating round catchlights and is lightweight enough to be used handheld or on a stand. The different reflector materials add to the unit's versatility by providing multiple types of bounce for different situations.

Westcott LunaGrip Specs

Modifier TypeShoot-Through Panel
DimensionsH: 14.6 x W: 7.1 x L: 2.2" / H: 38.0 x W: 18.0 x L: 5.6 cm
ø: 40.0 x " / ø: 101.6 x  cm
Weight2.8 lb / 1.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.5 x 11 x 3.9"
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I shoot with a Phottix Mitros flash. Can my flash be mounted to Westcott Lunagrip Kit?
Asked by: Raymond
Yes, The Mitros is designed to fit within the cold-shoe mount of the LunaGrip.
Answered by: FJ Westcott
Date published: 2020-06-29

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I saw some photos and it looked like the catch lights were a bit weird, like a cross. Are the catch lights round and solid?
Asked by: Allyson
There is nothing to obstruct the light from the diffusion panel on the LunaGrip. The catch light will be the shape and size of the reflector/diffusion panel you choose to attach to the LunaGrip.
Answered by: FJ Westcott
Date published: 2019-03-20

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Purchased kit and speed light what nightstand and adaptors are needed? Do I need a trigger?
Asked by: Audra B.
You will need a transceiver to remotely operate your speed light. It attaches to the hot shoe on your camera. I purchased a light stand with a tilting adapter but it connected with no problem to my Manfrotto camera tripod with the 1/4-20 male screw
Answered by: Derek H.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Can the Mount accommodate other rod sofboxes ?
Asked by: marvin
The LunaGrip mount is designed specifically to be used with the LunaGrip rods. The sockets are not sized or positioned for the support of a traditional softbox.
Answered by: Pete F. Westcott Expert
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Does this come with the 40in 5-1 reflector ?
Asked by: Anonymous
The kit comes with the 5-in-1 diffuser/reflector. It can hold the diffuser to shoot flash through or you can put the reflective cover on and it can serve as a perfectly flat reflector holder as well. You can even bounce the flash in to the reflector if you want an umbrella like broad light.
Answered by: Kevin K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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I would like to know if someone tried to use the 50 inch diffuser with this item ? I know the description says 42 inch but I'm wondering if it can fit anyway. Thx
Asked by: Rejean
$135. for this? Just use a shoot through umbrella and a flash bracket to get the same results. Save over $100. I can't believe anyone would buy this.
Answered by: RICHARD K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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What is the quickest way to assemble this?
Asked by: Kevin K.
Use a shoot through umbrella, same results and a lot cheaper.
Answered by: RICHARD K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Is the speedlight bracket adjustable to accommodate the extra height of a speedlight mounted on top of a Phottix radio trigger, and still keep the aim the speedlght centered in the ring?
Asked by: Tom R.
I own a Metz 52 AF (an average sized flash) and there would be plenty of space to add a trigger. There are two holes that can be used to attach the bracket and holds the flash. I am using the top hole. If you have a very tall flash, there is a second, lower hole that would give an additional 1 1/4 inches of adjustment.
Answered by: Jim K.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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