Godox Octa Softbox with Bowens Speed Ring and Grid (47.2")

Godox Octa Softbox with Bowens Speed Ring and Grid (47.2")

Godox Octa Softbox with Bowens Speed Ring and Grid (47.2")

B&H # GOSBNBMOC120 MFR # SB-NBM OCTA120
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Product Highlights

  • Soft Wrap-Around Quality of Light
  • Fabric Grid Adds Control
  • For All Godox Full Size Flash Heads
  • Widely Compatible Bowens Speed Ring
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  • 1Description

Compatible with all Godox flash heads with Bowens front accessory mounts, the 47.2" Octa Softbox with Bowens Speed Ring and Grid from Godox provides a soft, pleasing quality of light. The softbox's large surface are provides a wraparound effect especially when used close up. A bonus of this shape are the natural-looking catchlights in the eyes of the subject. The included fabric grid mounts to the softbox with touch-fasteners and provides directional control of the output, keeps light from the background, and allows you to light specific areas of the subject.

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Godox Octa Softbox with Bowens Speed Ring and Grid (47.2")
  • Bowens Speed Ring
  • Limited 1-Year B&H Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Shape Octagon
    Interior Silver
    Requires Speed Ring Yes, Included
    Accepts Grids Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Maximum Wattage Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Removable Front Face Yes
    Circular Dimensions : 47.2" / : 120.0 cm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 27.5 x 9.0 x 4.5"
    Octa Softbox with Bowens Speed Ring and Grid (47.2") is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from WELL BUILT BUT CAN BE A CHALLENGE SETTING UP AND TAKING DOWN I haven't been able to use the softbox yet but it seems to be well built. However it can be challenging to get the rods in the holes because of the tension from the fabric. Taking it down can be a bit more of a challenge, I had to use my feet against the speedring and my hands on the fabric to eventually get the rods out of the holes. If you plan to set up and break it down for location shooting, you may want to consider another softbox.
    Date published: 2018-05-21
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