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Broncolor Para 133 Reflector Kit with Focusing Tube

BH #BRP133RK • MFR #B-33.550.03
Broncolor Para 133 Reflector Kit with Focusing Tube
Key Features
  • 47" Diameter, 30" Depth
  • Black Backing, Includes Tilt Head
  • Unique Parabolic Shape
  • 24-Segment Circle
While seemingly a large 47" modifier the Para 133 Reflector Kit with Focusing Tube from Broncolor is actually comprised of 24 small segments that act like hard lights. Arranged in a soft, deep pattern, together they produce a smooth quality of light that almost paradoxically emphasizes surface texture such as makeup and skin. Three diffusers are offered to further soften the light if desired. An optional honeycomb grid is also available to defeat spill light and add directional control. An adapter is needed to accommodate your brand of light.
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$4,338.95
$362/mo. suggested payments for 12 Mos.
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Is the Siros 800L too heavy to be used in the ...

Is the Siros 800L too heavy to be used in the fullt de-fcoused position with this kit?
Asked by: Joe
The Siros 800L can be used in the defocused position without diffusion, but we recommend use of a heavier duty stand and proper sandbags for counterweight. When using the accessory diffusion with Para 133, there is a limitation of how far the unit can be defocused due to the physical size to be aware of.
Answered by: dan@broncolor
Date published: 2021-08-28

Using #MA297BBASE + #MA142CS will be safe enough ...

Using #MA297BBASE + #MA142CS will be safe enough to move around a Para 133 kit with an Einstein attached to the Focusing Tube?
Asked by: Marco
The Matthews Junior Steel stand BH #MALSJTR has a footprint of 56" and would be more suitable for use with a Broncolor Para 133 Reflector Kit with Focusing Tube BH #BRP133RK.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2024-01-03

Hello, what kind of stand you suggest (i.e. ...

Hello, what kind of stand you suggest (i.e. footprint and max. load) while using the Para 133 with an attached Einstein unit?
Asked by: Marco
Kupo makes a stand BH #KUKS200112 that can be used with the Broncolor Para 133 Reflector Kit with Focusing Tube BH #BRP133RK.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2023-12-29

In broncolor website and everywhere there are 2 ...

In broncolor website and everywhere there are 2 products listed 1. Para 133 reflector and 2. Para 133 reflector without adapter. This is with all para models. Can someone explain the following to me 1) If i take first one, can i mount the Siros L straight from the back like normal softbox position 2) If i take the second one i.e. without adapter, it comes with focused tube etc but does it come with the attachment where i can mount Siros L or do i need to buy something more?
Asked by: Aditya
The Broncolor Para can not be used as a direct light source. The Option with out a specific mount is a 5/8ths stud that can be used, but using a light off axis will affect the quality of the results.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2022-01-20

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What adapter do I need to use this Para with Siros?
Asked by: Fabio
Is the weight of the siros too much for the focusing rod?
Answered by: Richard E.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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What's the difference between this kit and the FT Kit?
Asked by: Bryan G.
The main difference between the units is the BroncolorPara 133 FT Reflector Kit (52 )B&H#BRP133HRRKFT, would be their heat-resistant option designed for use with both hot lights and strobes, and has a maximum wattage recommendation of 2,000W Tungsten / 1600W HMI for hot light usage. The BroncolorPara 133 Reflector Kit with Focusing TubeB&H#BRP133RK, is a more economical option which is designed for strobe usage only, and is not heat-resistant for hot light usage.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2021-04-06

Is this compatible with the Broncolor pulse

Is this compatible with the Broncolor pulse
Asked by: Marco
Yes, this can be used with the broncolor Pulso lamps and any other broncolor-bayonet flash lamps via adapter broncolor Para adapter for broncolor (B&H # BRAPP88FS / MFR # B-33.489.00), sold separately.
Answered by: dan@broncolor
Date published: 2021-04-06

Do you need to buy Broncolor Focusing Tube Mount ...

Do you need to buy Broncolor Focusing Tube Mount BH #BRFDTHP88 • MFR #B-33.700.00 separately? It's not listed in "whats in the box" but you can't mount the para with focusing tube without it can you?
Asked by: Cameron
Yes, you will need to purchase the mount.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-04-06
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