Chimera RingMAXX for Continuous Lights

BH #CH1920 • MFR #1920
Chimera
Chimera RingMAXX for Continuous Lights
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Expected availability: 7-14 business days
$2,291.90
$191/mo. suggested payments
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Chimera RingMAXX Overview

Designed in collaboration with photographer Jarmo Pohjaniemi, the 4 ft Chimera RingMAXX for Continuous Lights blends the directional quality of a standard ring flash with the soft quality of a large light source. The RingMAXX has an optional custom-designed yoke for optimal support or two C-stands can be used. The rear of the RingMAXX has four zippered openings allowing an ideal fit for a variety of lights. The RingMAXX for continuous lights is recommended to be used with the Chimera Triolet with 500 or 1000 watt bulbs or your 200 watt HMI of choice for daylight shooting. The RingMAXX will find usage in high-end portrait studios and on sets for beauty commercials.

UPC: 845077019209

Chimera RingMAXX Specs

ShapeCircular
Interior ColorSilver
Maximum Wattage1000 W
Circular Dimensionsø: 48.0 x D: 16.6" / ø: 120.0 x D: 42.0 cm
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Possible to use these with the Godox AD200?
Asked by: Mathew B.
The RingMAXX has the ability to hold 4 light sources at once via 5/8 studs on the mount frame. The included stand mount for the AD200 will allow the flashes to be mounted there.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Is it possible to use this with speedlights?
Asked by: Mathew B.
Can this be used with the Dedolight DLED9SE-D-DMX?
Answered by: MJphotography
Date published: 2019-03-25

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What's the weight?
Asked by: Dabboo R.
The softbox without lights is about 20 lbs.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

I intend on traveling with this once a month.How long does it take to build and tear down?
Asked by: Mathew B.
The time it would take to build or break down would depend on the user. The following showing the instructions for assembly. https://bit.ly/2t8SI1Z
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-02-06
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