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Control how the light from your shoe-mounted flash falls on your subject and the scene with this Dramatic Lighting Kit from Gary Fong. It features two Speed Snoot Collapsibles along with PowerGrids that will limit light spread and give you the ultimate control over light placement. Along with this, a color gel kit is included which can help introduce unique color effects along with balance your flash with ambient light.
The Gary Fong Speed Snoot features a black finish and includes the PowerGrid for limiting the spread of light from your on-camera shoe-mounted flash. The snoot blocks light spill and the grid directs the light onto your subject. Other features include a collapsible design for easy storage and a strap with hook-and-loop fasteners for quickly attaching and removing the snoot from your flash unit.
Gel Filter Set for the Lightsphere Collapsible Diffuser
This Gary Fong Gel Filter Set for the Lightsphere Collapsible Diffuser includes 4 filters which affix to the inside of the collapsing Lightsphere.
With a red, blue, green, and yellow filter, you'll have the ability to balance the outgoing flash light with many types of ambient background light, as well as add contrast to black and white images or just create some cool special effects on occasion.
Particularly useful is the yellow (amber) filter, which can be used to lower the Kelvin temperature value of standard 5500-K daylight flash units to match the common range of typical tungsten-balanced household incandescent lamps.
Similarly, the green filter is often used to skew the green/magenta balance of the flash to match the output of common fluorescent lamps.