The Speed Ring for Impact, Bowens S, Westcott & Aputure from Impact features indexed flex rod holes that allow you to effortlessly mount any square, rectangular, strip, or octagonal Luxbanx softbox to Impact, Bowens S, Westcott, and Aputure heads. The ring will also fit most other brands of softbox. The sturdy all-metal ring rotates 360 degrees to facilitate orientation or to clear obstacles in tight quarters. It has 3/8"-16 taps on two sides to allow mounting directly to grip gear such as Impact's Swivel Umbrella Adapter, 3 Section Double Articulated Arm, Super Clamp, and more.
- All Metal Construction
- Rotates 360 Degrees
- Indexed Flex Rod Holes
- Two 3/8"-16 Female Threaded Receptors
Impact SR-IMPV2 Overview
Impact SR-IMPV2 Specs
Bowens S Mount
|Compatible Softbox Shape||Strip|
|Number of Mounting Holes||10|
|Package Weight||1.03 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.95 x 7.85 x 2.45"|
Impact SR-IMPV2 Reviews
It's a speed ring. How much can I say?
It works like it's supposed to. Allows me to use any Bowen mount attachment on my Aputure 300s and 600s.
fit for purpose
I needed one of these to make use of my Impact softboxes on my new light. It does what it is meant to do, at a reasonable price.
The Bowen mount is good
Perfect balance of price and quality. Easy on and off. No problem adjusting modifier when mounted on a Bowen fixture. Im using it with medium to large modifiers with no issue. Much better than bargain mounts that come with imperfections that make mounting and adjusting difficult.
The ring works as specified but........
The corresponding diffusers are a BI___CH to assemble. You need 3 arms and then some to to force the pins into sprockets. It took me an hour.... Now assembled...I'll never take it apart....way too much trouble. Used it with an Impact diffuser. Lighting results were terrific!
After a bit of trouble got in place with the Westport 2x3 softbox, works great.
This comes apart every single use
I use this speed ring with my Luxbanx 80 octagonal soft box, and the Aputure 300D. Between the 3 of them, every shoot is a complete beat down to assemble and disassemble, and by the time I get it all taken apart, the speed ring is always in two pieces. This is literally the worst speed ring I've ever used. Maybe somebody can tell me why a speed ring can't be one piece to begin with? Anyway, this is the softest metal ever, and it crinkles and bends so easily, any stress on it bends it to the point where it comes apart easily. I'm looking for a better solution. After about a dozen uses, I'm done with this crap.
light and strong
You have to have one of course, so there is not much to add other than it does work as it should. Pretty loose fit on my Godox lights but thats not an issue, I'm not outside shooting video on windy days.
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