Impact 5-in-1 Collapsible Oval Reflector (42 x 72")

BH #IMCRK4272 • MFR #CRK-4272
Impact
Impact 5-in-1 Collapsible Oval Reflector (42 x 72")
Key Features
  • Folds to 1/3 Open Size
  • Translucent Oval
  • Black, Silver, White, Soft-Gold Surfaces
  • Includes Carry/Storage Case
This Impact Five-in-One Collapsible Reflector Kit eliminates the need for multiple reflectors, silks and solids. The reflector features a removable, reversible cover which allows for five uniquely functional surfaces in three separate configurations: Silver, for crisp, cool fill, Soft-Gold for warmer fill, Black for eliminating unwanted reflections, and Solid White for softer fill. Remove the cover completely and reveal a single translucent panel for soft, diffused lighting effects

Suggested use: Ideal for a full length 1-2 adult portrait vertically, 3-4 person portrait horizontally.

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Impact 5-In-1 Reflector Overview

This Impact Five-in-One Collapsible Reflector Kit eliminates the need for multiple reflectors, silks and solids. The reflector features a removable, reversible cover which allows for five uniquely functional surfaces in three separate configurations: Silver, for crisp, cool fill, Soft-Gold for warmer fill, Black for eliminating unwanted reflections, and Solid White for softer fill. Remove the cover completely and reveal a single translucent panel for soft, diffused lighting effects

Suggested use: Ideal for a full length 1-2 adult portrait vertically, 3-4 person portrait horizontally.

Lightweight silfoil style, circular, steel framed reflector system.
Folds conveniently into a disk one-third its in-use size.
Includes handy, tear resistant nylon carrying pouch.
UPC: 847628010840

Impact 5-In-1 Reflector Specs

SurfacesBlack, Diffusion, Gold, Silver, White
ShapeOval
Collapsed Size1/3 of Working Size
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23 x 23 x 2.7"
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question

yikes how to fold this back up?
Asked by: Tina D.
Fold it in half like a big taco and twist and it should fold back into it's storage position.
Answered by: William B.
Date published: 2018-12-26

What is the diameter of the folded bag when you ...

What is the diameter of the folded bag when you put the reflector back in it?
Asked by: Richard
There will be slight variance from reflector to reflector, but about 21 inches (just over 53cm) is right.
Answered by: Yoni
Date published: 2021-03-21

Has anyone used this 42x72 diffuser to cut ...

Has anyone used this 42x72 diffuser to cut daylight from a person, and if so how was it mounted? I can easily mount my smaller circular one but I am worried this one will be unwieldy. Certainly I will need a longer arm (like the Westcott Extreme), but I envision my C-stand tipping over.
Asked by: David
I use an assistant, agree on not depending upon light stand of any design.
Answered by: Fred
Date published: 2021-07-06

question

Are gold and silver facing out at same time? And black and white out at same time? Or are matte and metallic out at same times?
Asked by: Robert Francis S.
Same answer as Sean W. - Silver and white - Then flip around the cover and it is gold and black. The inside is a scrim
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-01-15

question

How many stops does the translucent diffusion take away?
Asked by: Arsen
Just got off the phone with the manufacturer. Confirmed it's 1 stop of diffusion.
Answered by: James C.
Date published: 2021-01-20

question

I just received my impact 5 in 1 reflector, I feel like it is too tight to get the gold/silver color cover on to the translucent reflector. I had to squeeze the ring holding the translucent reflector, to get the zip closed. Is this normal? Please suggest.
Asked by: Anonymous
The official B&H does show how to fold the Impact 42x72 . Go to this video on YouTube https://youtu.be/zCmBC8XeEXU. Also don't use your body. If you're folding it right it naturally forms into a circle.
Answered by: Gary M.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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