Atmosphere Aerosol Haze Spray for Photographers & Filmmakers

BH #ATAEROSOL • MFR #1CAN
Atmosphere
Atmosphere Aerosol Haze Spray for Photographers & Filmmakers
Key Features
  • Clear and Non-Toxic
  • Allows You to Capture Light Rays
  • Create Smoky, Foggy Settings
Atmosphere Aerosol is a clear and non-toxic spray that adds haze to any room or still, windless area. Spray it and capture light rays or create smoky, foggy settings. It provides a convenient and effective alternative to fog machines or other heavy-duty equipment for photography and film capture applications. Simply pull it out of your bag and spray it shortly before the shoot.
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Atmosphere 1CAN Overview

Atmosphere Aerosol is a clear and non-toxic spray that adds haze to any room or still, windless area. Spray it and capture light rays or create smoky, foggy settings. It provides a convenient and effective alternative to fog machines or other heavy-duty equipment for photography and film capture applications. Simply pull it out of your bag and spray it shortly before the shoot.

UPC: 866317000207

Atmosphere 1CAN Specs

Fluid TypeHaze
Fluid BaseOil
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.77 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.7 x 2.7 x 2.6"
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Does this set off smoke detectors? Ive used fog and haze machines in the past and innow it depends on the sensitivity of the detector, etc. but was just curious about others experiences.
Asked by: Timothy
Unfortunately, the answer simply depends on the type of smoke detector that is being used. If an ionisation-type or photo-electric/ particle detection smoke detector is used, it can be set off by fog as they sense the fog particles just like smoke. Heat based detectors should be okay. The issue is you may not know which one you have, or the sensitivity of the particle detection smoke detector. If you are using the item indoors, it would be recommended to give your local fire department a call for assistance. They may either be able to assist you with performing a test to see if the item will be an issue for your particular type smoke detector, and/or if they see that the detector will be set off by the item, they may be able to offer to disable the unit and station a fire marshal or fireman in the venue during usage. WE DO NOT RECOMMEND DISABING A SMOKE DETECTOR YOURSELF. This may be illegal, and contacting your local fire station is highly recommended. Otherwise, I would recommend using the item outdoors in an open area (though you may still wish to contact the fire department so neighbors and passers-by do not think there is a fire and still call the fire department at the sight of smoke/haze/fog). If you are shooting in a public venue, I would recommend simply inquiring with the venue as to their rules regarding using smoke/haze.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2021-08-22

How long will this stay in the air after ...

How long will this stay in the air after spraying?
Asked by: Doug
Depends on the size of the area, air flow and the desired density. For a thick fog barely a second or two. For a thin haze a bit longer.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2021-05-03

What is the haze inside made of exactly?

What is the haze inside made of exactly?
Asked by: Mohammad
Oil based NON- TOXIC Safe, clear, non -staining aerosol spray.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-02-01

Is this easy to clean off a painted cyc floor? ...

Is this easy to clean off a painted cyc floor? Will the floor get noticeably slippery after spraying?
Asked by: J
The manufacturer states that yes, if you are indoors on a non-carpeted floor, the Atmosphere Aerosol Haze Spray for Photographers & Filmmakers may make the floor slick, especially in concentrated areas. However, it should be able to be cleaned quite easily.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-07-29

question

Hi! Can you fly with this can?
Asked by: Sesse L.
I dont think so. it's a under pressure product which not allow to carry to fly.
Answered by: Jackson L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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