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FotodioX LED Studio-In-a-Box (16 x 16")

BH #FOSIAB1616 • MFR #STUDIO-BOX-LED440-16X16
FotodioX LED Studio-In-a-Box (16 x 16")
Key Features
  • Self-Contained Tabletop Studio
  • Interior LED Lighting
  • 5600K CCT
  • 85 CRI
The 16 x 16" LED Studio-In-a-Box from FotodioX is a self-contained setup for photographing small to medium objects. The Studio unfolds into a square light tent with its own 5600K daylight LED light source and reflective interior to fully envelop the subject. The Studio-in-a-Box has a fold-away front panel, top hatch, and multiple colored background options.
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Any one with experience using the 16x16 for photographing live insects? I would be using a macro lens with extension tubes.
Asked by: Christopher A.
From the manufacturer. We would assume that this would work fine for macro photography, but we do not have any information first hand on this.Thank you
Answered by: Craig R.
Date published: 2018-08-26

How many watts of power does this use?

How many watts of power does this use?
Asked by: Stephanie
Fotodiox does not give watt seconds only in Lux, Output: 21,200 lx - 16x16" Studio-In-A-Box
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-11-10

I need to photograph ceramic items 6x6 inches ...

I need to photograph ceramic items 6x6 inches down to 1x3 items. I generally use a gradient paper black to white. Is this a good option?
Asked by: O'Brien
Yes, this would perfect for your needs.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-22

I need to photograph small ceramic items 6x6x6, ...

I need to photograph small ceramic items 6x6x6, and 1x3x1/2. Is this a good, and easy option?
Asked by: O'Brien
Yes, this tent is a good and easy option to use for photographing small items.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-03-01

I want to photograph jewelry and gemstones, where ...

I want to photograph jewelry and gemstones, where accurate color is very important as well as the "sparkle" of the stones. I am trying to decide between the FotodioX that has 5600K and no dimmable lights and the Angler that has 5400K and dimmable lights. Any suggestions or input?
Asked by: Bonnie
Both options you mentioned are good, but the Angler tent would be better in terms of control, since you can dim the lights. The accurate color can be handled through a custom white balance setting in your particular camera.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-02-28

My project involves micro-photography, so my lens ...

My project involves micro-photography, so my lens will be very close to the subject -as close as an inch. Can the lighting be arranged to avoid shadowing by the lens?
Asked by: Paul
The lights are fixed position in the top of the box.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2023-10-18

Is it possible to diffuse the lights if you use ...

Is it possible to diffuse the lights if you use the top hatch for shooting?
Asked by: Daniel
The lights are inside the box. You could use a small bit of diffusion inside the box if you wanted taped over the lights. You could cut up a piece of Rosco Cinegel #3027 Filter - 1/2 Tough White Diffusion - 20x24" Sheet B&H # RO3027S with a pair of scissors for that purpose.
Answered by: Jessica G
Date published: 2024-02-16

question

I am considering this light box for photographing jewelry. Will the lighting allow me to catch light cast by the cut gems (much as what the lighting in jewelry stores does for their stones)?
Asked by: Lamont
We use this box for jewelry, and the light is excellent.As the previous answer says, the light is from above. I guess that positioning adequately the piece you will catch the shine that you want.
Answered by: JULIO M.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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