Gary Fong SnootSkin Insert for Lightsphere Collapsible Diffuser

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Gary Fong
Gary Fong SnootSkin Insert for Lightsphere Collapsible Diffuser
Key Features
  • Accessory for 5th Generation Lightsphere
  • Directs Light and Avoids Spilling
  • Collapses for Transport
  • Built-In Slot for Color Inserts
The SnootSkin Insert from Gary Fong is an accessory that fits snugly inside a user-supplied 5th generation Lightsphere diffuser, converting it into a versatile snoot that adds directional control to your light and keeps it from spilling off to the sides. It creates a spotlight effect that makes it well-suited for use as a back light or hair light.
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Gary Fong SNOOTSKN Overview

The SnootSkin Insert from Gary Fong is an accessory that fits snugly inside a user-supplied 5th generation Lightsphere diffuser, converting it into a versatile snoot that adds directional control to your light and keeps it from spilling off to the sides. It creates a spotlight effect that makes it well-suited for use as a back light or hair light.

Featured at the top of the snoot is a small slot that allows you to insert a color filter. A 1/2 CTO warming filter already comes with the product, and many other colors are available separately. Also included in the package is a grid insert that can be used for an even tighter light beam, widening the range of lighting possibilities. The SnootSkin features a collapsible design that allows it to fold into a flat disk for simplified storage and transport.

UPC: 813100019151

Gary Fong SNOOTSKN Specs

CompatibilityGary Fong Lightsphere collapsible speed mount diffuser (5th generation)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.415 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.35 x 5.2 x 3.65"
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so this is JUST the grid not the black ...

so this is JUST the grid not the black collapsable lightsphere??
Asked by: louis
Yes this is just for the snoot and the grid, not the lighsphere.
Answered by: Zachariah
Date published: 2021-02-08
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