FotodioX Lantern Globe Softbox (32", Norman 900 Speed Ring)

BH #FOLSBNO90032 • MFR #SBX-LANTERN-32IN-NORMAN900
FotodioX
FotodioX Lantern Globe Softbox (32", Norman 900 Speed Ring)
Key Features
  • For Strobe, LED, Tungsten, etc.
  • Heat-Resistant, Silver-Lined Fabric
  • Creates Omnidirectional Soft Light
  • Easy to Assemble
Illuminate entire rooms with this Lantern Globe Softbox from FotodioX. With a partial silver reflective interior, this white globe is ideal for creating soft and even light that spreads in all directions. It comes equipped with a Norman 900 speed ring, making it compatible with Norman BPN, LH500, LH2000, and LH2400 models. Made of a heat-resistant fabric with sealable venting, the softbox can be used with strobes and continuous lights including hot lights. A push down clip system makes set up and tear down quick and easy, and a carrying bag is included to simplify transport.
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Expected availability: 3-7 business days
$109.95

FotodioX Lantern Globe Softbox (32", Norman 900 Speed Ring)

FotodioX Lantern Globe 32" Overview

Illuminate entire rooms with this Lantern Globe Softbox from FotodioX. With a partial silver reflective interior, this white globe is ideal for creating soft and even light that spreads in all directions. It comes equipped with a Norman 900 speed ring, making it compatible with Norman BPN, LH500, LH2000, and LH2400 models. Made of a heat-resistant fabric with sealable venting, the softbox can be used with strobes and continuous lights including hot lights. A push down clip system makes set up and tear down quick and easy, and a carrying bag is included to simplify transport.

Compatible Strobes

  • Norman BPN
  • Norman LH (LH500, LH2000 and LH2400)
UPC: 847372039852

FotodioX Lantern Globe 32" Specs

Size32" (80 cm)
ShapeLantern / globe
MaterialHeat-resistant, silver-lined white fabric with nylon diffusion
Removable Front FaceNo
Accepts GridsNo
Speed Ring IncludedNorman 900 mount
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