ARRI Chimera Dome M for Orbiter (20")

BH #ARL20034621 • MFR #L2.0034621
ARRI Chimera Dome M for Orbiter (20")
Key Features
  • For Arri Orbiter LED Light
  • Provides Omni-Directional Soft Light
  • Required Orbiter Speed Ring Included
  • Contains Digital Optics Identification
The Chimera Dome M for Orbiter from Arri is a 20" fabric sphere diffuser that emits omni-directional light, great for illuminating a large area with a beautiful, soft quality of light. It includes two accessory skirts that you can attach to flag the light spread and help highlight the subject. The Dome easily attaches to the front of the Orbiter and forms a lantern shape. The speed ring is specially made to fit the QLM Quick Lighting Mount and allows the lightweight dome to be connected quickly and easily to the Orbiter.
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Expected availability: End of Aug 2021
$758.00
$64/mo. suggested payments
with 12 Mos. Promo Financing* 
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ARRI Chimera Dome M For Orbiter Overview

The Chimera Dome M for Orbiter from Arri is a 20" fabric sphere diffuser that emits omni-directional light, great for illuminating a large area with a beautiful, soft quality of light. It includes two accessory skirts that you can attach to flag the light spread and help highlight the subject. The Dome easily attaches to the front of the Orbiter and forms a lantern shape. The speed ring is specially made to fit the QLM Quick Lighting Mount and allows the lightweight dome to be connected quickly and easily to the Orbiter.

ARRI Chimera Dome M For Orbiter Specs

ShapeSphere
Requires Speed RingYes, Included
Accepts GridsNo
Removable Front FaceNo
Removable Interior BaffleNo
MaterialFabric
Circular Dimensionsø: 19.7" / ø: 50.0 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.515 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)28.5 x 7.4 x 7.3"
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