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Westcott Scrim Jim Cine Double Net Fabric (8 x 8')

BH #WE1783 • MFR #1783
Westcott Scrim Jim Cine Double Net Fabric (8 x 8')
Key Features
  • Double Net Fabric, 2 Stop Loss
  • Fits 8 x 8' Scrim Jim Cine Frame
  • Hook-and-Loop Fastener Edging
  • Reduces Brightness of Backgrounds
Reduce the brightness of your background for an even, more balanced exposure with the 8 x 8' Scrim Jim Cine Double Net Fabric from Westcott. Designed to mount immediately to your Scrim Jim Cine Frame via hook-and-loop fastener edging, this double net fabric is incredibly easy and fast to setup. It will then cut down light by approximately 2 stops for added control over the scene and your exposure. Additionally, it is designed to be durable and withstand normal environmental conditions with ease.
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Westcott Double Net Overview

Reduce the brightness of your background for an even, more balanced exposure with the 8 x 8' Scrim Jim Cine Double Net Fabric from Westcott. Designed to mount immediately to your Scrim Jim Cine Frame via hook-and-loop fastener edging, this double net fabric is incredibly easy and fast to setup. It will then cut down light by approximately 2 stops for added control over the scene and your exposure. Additionally, it is designed to be durable and withstand normal environmental conditions with ease.

UPC: 817967044271

Westcott Double Net Specs

Density
Double net, 2-stop
Material
Net fabric
Care & Cleaning
Spot clean by hand with non-bleach laundry detergent
Dimensions
8 x 8' / 2.4 x 2.4 m
Weight
1.3 lb / 600 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.265 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
14.6 x 11.75 x 3.15"

Westcott Double Net Reviews

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Is this net seamless?

Is this net seamless?
Asked by: Dennis
Yes, the Westcott Scrim Jim Cine Double Net Fabric (8 x 8') is a seamless unit.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2023-04-23

Have you seen the 2-stop versions doubled for a ...

Have you seen the 2-stop versions doubled for a 4-stop version?
Asked by: Scott
Hi, I have on several occasions used the double net, doubled. It reduces the exterior light a little under 3 stops. The trade off off is that it does also read in the camera as making the background a bit "fuzzy" I noticed that another person responded saying the the frame is not designed to mount two scrim- this is true- but it is quite easy to mount another using spring clamps. Or you can just invest in a second gram and stack them. This is what I do a lot in NYC for window shots when there isn't time for ND.
Answered by: Ted
Date published: 2022-07-19

question

is the net large enough that it would create a pattern on the subject if you used it between the sun and subject...ie not behind the subject but using it to cut down the light on the subject....does that make sense ?
Asked by: Jason
This fabric would not produce a pattern, but rather it would just reduce the amount of light hitting the subject.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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