Impact X-Large Deep Silver Umbrella (65")

Impact X-Large Deep Silver Umbrella (65")

Impact X-Large Deep Silver Umbrella (65")

B&H # IMUDSXL65 MFR # UDS-XL-65
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Product Highlights

  • Deep Shape for Directional Control
  • Silver Interior for Crisp Contrast
  • Compatible with Most Flash Heads
  • 16-Rib Design
  • Includes Carry Bag
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Color: Silver

Impact X-Large Deep Silver Umbrella (65 Impact X-Large Improved Deep White Umbrella (65

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Size: 65"

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65"

Features: Standard Locking

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Useful for when you are shooting full length portraits or groups, the 65" X-Large Deep Silver Umbrella from Impact is a unique light shaping tool with a deeper than normal profile. The exaggerated depth makes for a narrower beam than a standard umbrella, while still retaining some of an umbrella's wrap around qualities. Additional control can be achieved by fine-tuning the "focus" of the beam by varying the flash head's position along the umbrella's shaft. The 16-rib design, coupled with the reflective silver interior, results in a crisp even beam at all head positions.

Benefits
  • Deep shape offers directional control while maintaining wrap-around light quality
  • Silver interior offers higher contrast, crisp detail and is ideal for long throw applications
  • Sturdy bag is included for storage and transport
  • Compatible with most off-camera flashes, flash heads, and monolights
  • 16-Rib design maintains shape for evenly spread light
  • UPC: 847628591295
    In the Box
    Impact X-Large Deep Silver Umbrella (65")
  • Carrying Bag
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Impact UDS-XL-65 Specs

    Interior Silver
    Size 65" (165 cm)
    Folded Length 44" (111.8 cm)
    Rods 16 fiberglass rods
    Shaft Diameter 0.3" (8.0 mm)
    Weight 2.7 lb (1.2 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 44.3 x 3.4 x 3.4"

    Impact UDS-XL-65 Reviews

    X-Large Deep Silver Umbrella (65-) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 28.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Huge and great quality This Umbrella is simple huge! It is very well made and solid. I dont know whats the difference between the discontinued version and this improved one, but again, it is solid and very well built. I tested it for full size people shots today and the light is great. So soft and wrapping. It works even great for single person portraits and I used it to replace the default setup of two soft-boxes. I am sure it will also work great for group shots which I will test soon. Even after using it just a couple of hours, I will not miss it anymore. But again, it is huge and you need some space to set it up and maybe works not allays for all scenarios.
    Date published: 2017-09-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Powerful and Diverse Light Modifier I like modifiers that serve many purposes and offer a lot of flexibility. I've always incorporated umbrellas in my lighting and believe they have a place, but we all know that standard umbrellas spray light everywhere, and that's not always desirable. The deep (and somewhat parabolic), 16 sided umbrella is different in that there is much greater control over spill and directionality. You get a bit more punch, while still maintaining a nice soft, diffused light source, as well as a beautifully round catch light. Build and materials seem very good. There's quite a bit of tension in the umbrella mechanism, so be aware of that when you release the tension to close it. When I'm shooting on location, I'd much rather set up an umbrella than an octa, and I'm finding this deep umbrella to be very useful.
    Date published: 2016-09-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Impressive, but not professional So, as you probably have guessed, this brand is more of a budget brand. So.. you buy their stuff and don't expect it to last years and years. Atleast that has been my experience. For this one, it's a good buy. Good fabric, the spokes are nice and sturdy. The reflective surface does its job. In a nut shell, great if you will be the one operating. Not to be used by many hands (Like in a rental house. it couldn't take the beating). If you looking for a value reflector umbrella...this is it. Just take good care of it and you will have a long life of good light modification.
    Date published: 2016-12-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice accesory Really good budget light modifier. I am sorry to throw it in that category, but build quality isn't 100. This is great for owner-operators (like me) and you can take care of your gear. For heavy (rental house) kind of use, this will not last too long. That said, its fabric is good, Soft white side creates a nice diffused light, the spokes on the umbrella are sturdy enough and best of all, it takes seconds (really 2 seconds) to set up. Downside, no front diffusion option or grid so far. So, light floods the whole area. Either way, its goof
    Date published: 2016-12-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice larger fill with very little spill I shoot 'commercial' photography for over ten years. I bought two of them. And have used them three times so far. I used these with recently purchase Genaray 1200 LED Monolights from B&H (btw, killer lights) I think I like 'better' this than a larger softbox with a grid? Large enough to give plenty of 'wrap' and had very little spill. It seems 'sturdy' . . . but then again I take care of my equipment and never loan things out. For me, it was easily worth the 'gamble'.
    Date published: 2017-03-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great light modifier I like deep umbrellas. I use the 51" for large spaces, 41" for smaller spaces, and 33" for 8' ceilings. I don't like the hassle of setting up softboxes and don't have the time to do that either. These are deep umbrellas which are not the same as parabolic umbrellas. The deep umbrellas have a hotspot unlike a parabolic umbrella which has even the light from edge to edge. However, even lighting is not good in all circumstances. I like that fact that there are hotspots and then the light feathers out. I use that feathered light, leaving the hotspot to skim over the subject/s. The difference between a deep umbrella and regular umbrellas is that there is more control over the width of the feathering. The hotspot with the deep umbrella is the same but the feathering is 25% less than regular umbrellas giving you more control over the lighting than regular umbrellas. The quality of this umbrella is great. It has fiberglass rods which are much stronger and flexible than metal rods. The umbrella's white interior also does not cause color shift.
    Date published: 2018-03-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful, Soft Light I'm a huge fan of these deep white umbrellas. The light is soft and even and in the studio I can use it as my large window light source. Add some diffusion or a curtain in front and it's gorgeous. Make sure you tighten down all hardware when using this umbrella. You'll find that filling the umbrella requires being close to the end of the shaft and that places a lot of weight and stress on the strobe or swivel mount. Whether direct or heavily feathered, the light remains beautifully soft and well controlled with a round catch light. No hot spots or star effects like so many silver umbrellas produce. The umbrella and mechanism are well made and I love the redesign of the latch/unlatch system. No recoil or dangerous amounts of tension being released. Well done!
    Date published: 2017-11-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Umbrella; Poor Carrying Case I find the Impact Medium Improved Deep White Umbrella a great alternative to the Profoto branded one. I am a Profoto shooter, and used to spend hundreds of dollars on Profoto's umbrellas and other modifiers. However, I tried the Impact line, and found no material difference. That said, I am rating this 4 stars instead of 5, because of two reasons. First, the nylon case with which the umbrella ships is of less than stellar quality. The thread was loose, and the case had to be sewn. I found this to be the situation with more than one of these umbrellas. Second, for some odd reason, the cases have a strange odor, as if they were packaged and stored somewhere without ventilation. I fixed this by simply laundering the case after sewing it. The bottom line is, the umbrella is excellent. In correct proximity to a subject being photographed, the white reflective umbrella produces soft light with any additional diffusion.
    Date published: 2018-09-12
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    Hi! Can you use the Profoto Diffusers which is sold for their Deep line of umbrellas on this umbrella?
    Asked by: Doroteo
    Unfortunately, the diffusers made for the Profoto umbrellas have not been tested with these Impact umbrellas, therefore we cannot confirm their compatibility with one another. Your results may vary.
    Answered by: Kirk R.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    How deep is this compared to other brands like ...

    How deep is this compared to other brands like Glow, Profoto and Elinchrom?
    Asked by: Nicholas
    In comparing to Profoto, which offers a similar size and surface, this umbrella would have similar performance for less.
    Answered by: Kirk
    Date published: 2019-02-09

    question

    Are the deep style umbrellas rated for hot lights and if so what is the maximum wattage?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    The umbrellas are rated for hot lights up to 300 watts.
    Answered by: Kirk R.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    question

    Is there a front diffuser for this umbrellas?
    Asked by: Pablo V.
    No
    Answered by: JEFF H.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    Is it possible to use two nikon sb-700 speedlites ...

    Is it possible to use two nikon sb-700 speedlites with this umbrella or two sb-900 nikon speedlights?
    Asked by: Charles
    I would say yes but it’s gigantic , not sure how much power you could get out of it . I throw a 400w Baja in at full power ,
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2019-06-06

    question

    What Miri is the shaft?
    Asked by: Naoya I.
    The umbrella shaft is 8mm.
    Answered by: Robert K.
    Date published: 2019-05-18

    question

    Is it a white umbrella with removable black backing or it's a single layer fabric?
    Asked by: Mariusz J.
    It's a single layer fabric
    Answered by: Jose Henrique T.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    question

    How does this compare to the Profoto Deep White XL? Can a diffuser fit over it?
    Asked by: Shian Bang N.
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