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Godox Gobo Set Holder

BH #GOSA10 • MFR #SA-10
Godox Gobo Set Holder
Key Features
  • Holds Gobos in Projection Attachment
The Godox Gobo Set Holder slips into the separately-purchased Projection Attachment and supports gobos with patterns etched into them, which are then projected on scenery.
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Godox SA-10 Overview

The Godox Gobo Set Holder slips into the separately-purchased Projection Attachment and supports gobos with patterns etched into them, which are then projected on scenery.

Godox SA-10 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.13 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.2 x 4.1 x 0.9"

Godox SA-10 Reviews

Good value

By Chester
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-11

Love it

Poor Product Design. What Happened Godox?

By Geoffrey
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-21

The Godox Gobo Holder SA-10, consist of two non-magnetic metal rings in which a gobo is place between the two rings and then the rings are screwed together. Think, like a sandwich. The inner ring is about 68mm in diameter with two very small recessed positions for your fingers. The outer ring is about 75mm in diameter with an attached metal stick handle. Placing the gobo into the outer ring you then match up and twist the inner ring while your fingers are in the recessed position. That's the idea. I dislike the Godox Gobo Holder, why? Because right out of the box I could not screw the two rings together. I had trouble trying to line up the threads and once started the rings were too stiff to screw by hand. Wow, so frustrating, I did not want to strip the threads so I quit. Thinking, I used a Q-tip with a drop of oil and lubricated the threads. This allowed me to screw/unscrew the rings together with a gobo. Only with very careful screwing motion, and always watchful not to strip the threads I was able to use this poorly designed product. The stick handle is too thin, making it hard to insert/remove the holder into the Godox SA-P Projection Attachment, which is what this holder is meant to do. If the gobo holder is in place you cannot use the Godox Iris Diaphragm SA-06. It is either one or the other. Thankfully, the Godox SA-05 scrims go into another location. With the gobo in the projector the pattern of the gobo is projected. The pattern can be sharp or un-sharp depending on how the lens is focused. Pattern size depends upon throw distance and focal length of the lens. I recommend the 85mm SA-01 lens for most usage. The gobo is easily rotated for correct placement of the projected pattern. I rate this product a GRADE - F, using the U.S. school system of (A-F grades). Suggestions. Discard this design. Use a bayonet or an old school film negative holder design, much superior with a larger handle for gripping. Increase gobo patterns like Magmod offers. Unfortunately, I know of no other gobo holder that fits the Godox SA-P Projector unit as of October 2021. Godox, you failed in this design.

There's no need to reinvent the gobo holder this way.

By Adam
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-25

Let me start with the good: the gobos here are well-designed and acceptable quality. They're a standard, if less common in my experience, size (M), which makes it easy to get more, but Godox offers a decent variety for many uses in the various packs, which are available at a good price. The holder seems to be made of quality materials as well. I don't see it breaking easily under normal use. However. As someone who has been doing professional lighting for film, theatre, and live events for nearly 20 years, I have never encountered a gobo holder you had to screw together. It's slow. The threads can stick, and are tricky to align at first. You can eventually get a feel for it which speeds it up a little, but why not just go with the familiar gobo holder style used in professional lighting for decades? I don't see a deficiency in that design that would indicate a need for this. On the other hand, I see plenty of potential problems with this design. What happens if you lose half of it, or if the threads are damaged? Why add a third hot piece of metal to juggle? Maybe Godox is thinking of gobos as a type of screw-on lens filter, but this is an extremely cumbersome approach to them. There's no benefit to securing the gobo like this, especially since it makes tweaking the position harder, especially while the gobo is hot. This should be easy. Some people say they like the screw-in design. Good for them, but I have to wonder if they've ever used a standard gobo holder. It's just as secure and a million times easier to use. So this product gets two stars for its quality and the design of the gobos, but loses the other three for sheer difficulty of use, and for ignoring well-established norms for this kind of equipment without any benefit to doing so.

Love it.

By Kenneth E
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-18

Using with the Godox Spot attachment. Uses 66mm M size gobos. A must have to go with the Spot Attachment. Inexpensive, well made item.

Of limited use.

By Dale
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-23

This holder is disappointing as it only fits Good gobos and not the standard B size. Now I have to re-buy all my gobos.

Good quality

By Michael
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-28

Good Quality. Does what it's meant to do.

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what is correct gobo size for this holder?

what is correct gobo size for this holder?
Asked by: john
This gobo holder accepts the M size gobos.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-04-25
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