Quick and easy to set up and capable of producing a beautiful soft light, the 40" Shoot Through Softbox Studio Umbrella from Phottix is a great asset for both studio strobes and speedlights. It features a translucent white material that lets light through as well as a black backing that helps control light spill. This backing has a drawstring opening in order to accommodate the light, and it comes with a carrying bag.
- Softens and Diffuses Light Output
- Translucent White Material
- Black Backing Controls Light Spill
- Drawstring Opening for Light
Phottix 40" Shoot-Through Overview
Phottix 40" Shoot-Through Specs
|Size||40.0" / 101.6 cm|
|Interior Color||White (Translucent)|
|Weight||0.9 lb / 0.4 kg|
|Package Weight||1.2 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||30 x 6 x 1.5"|
Phottix 40" Shoot-Through Reviews
Nice for the cost.
Great for the price. Have to treat it with care. Can break easily.
I have purchased 3 different kinds of umbrellas, that have been more expensive, and from what I've seen the quality wasn't that good compared to the phottix. It even came with a nice little travel case vs the more expensive ones didn't. The only little minor issue I found was the slot to put in the flash through was a bit tight, if only they could extend the zipper a little longer it would be perfect. My only regret was not getting one sooner. I only wish they made a bigger one
Very nice shoot through.
Works very well for me. No light loss. Gives nice wrap soft wrap around. No issues with build quality. Everything I expected.
Couldn't be happier with this umbrella. No complaints at all. Have used in a variety of situations and not been let down. Great value as well. As with all umbrellas, just be careful opening and closing it. Don't be too rough
I have been using this a lot..
I have been using this a lot. Mostly I had been using 2 foot and 3 foot traditional soft boxes. A couple of good size strip boxes as well as a 7 foot umbrella reflector style. Shooting outdoors with this I find it to be aerodynamic and not catch the wind so bad as well as easy to transport. When I flashed the talent or family for portraits it leaves a soft graduated fall off on the edge of the frames. If that makes sense. So no hard line on the ground where the flash hits. So if I’m taking a photo on the beach there’s a graduated fall off on the sand. So nice In the studio it’s really nice when I’m shooting high key. I can get the light extra close to that talent and soften any hard lines on the white backdrop from the other lights from shadowing. Sense the light is thrown a little bit everywhere I don’t need to use reflectors or bounce cards as often. Also! When I’m photographing in a room it fills the room in a real natural way with my 55 Kelvin Quality of construction 9 out of 10. Quality of light 10 out of 10. Versatility 10 out of 10. The ability to get it extra close to your talent for a headshot is priceless. I’m buying a second one so I have a matching Light source when I used to key lights for my larger groups of family portraits. Like 50 people and what not
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