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Bowens Universal Spotlite Attachment

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Bowens Universal Spotlite Attachment
Key Features
  • Focusing Spot
  • For Bowens S-Type Mount Flash Heads
  • Accepts Optional M Size Gobos
The Bowens Universal Spotlite Attachment is a unique light shaper that features a lens system that allows the projection of gobos, patterns, and cut-outs on your background or subject. The Spotlite, compatible with all Bowens S-Type bayonet mount heads, is capable of projecting an optical spot as small as 2.0" from a distance of 35".
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Bowens BW-1880 Overview

The Bowens Universal Spotlite Attachment is a unique light shaper that features a lens system that allows the projection of gobos, patterns, and cut-outs on your background or subject. The Spotlite, compatible with all Bowens S-Type bayonet mount heads, is capable of projecting an optical spot as small as 2.0" from a distance of 35".

Bowens BW-1880 Specs

ConstructionAluminum, glass
CompatibilityM size gobos
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.7 x 7.7 x 7.7"

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question

Would this give you more output than a high output reflector such as the Phottix 45?
Asked by: Anonymous
This modifier is meant to concentrate the light to a smaller area or to project gobo patterns on a background for additional effects. With that being said, it would contain the output more than increasing it.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

use it on Speedotron or Profoto?
Asked by: HAE G.
I bought a simple adapter and now I use it on Broncolor heads. The same type of adapters are available for other heads. With a little drill and grinder action, you can get just about any speed ring to mount directly to it.
Answered by: Robin Scott P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Can you use framing shutter blades with the Bowens universal spotlite attachment?
Asked by: Anonymous
The disc holder only enters from one side. You would have to fabricate your own.
Answered by: Robin Scott P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

The description says it's Bowens brand but the image is labeled Calumet. Which is it?
Asked by: Anonymous
Bowens at one point did create products for Calumet which are cross compatible with the Bowens monolights and flash heads on the market.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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