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The Chimera Video Pro Plus 1 Shallow Softbox is designed for use with a broad light with a wide throw, such as a Tota-light. With fabric rated for the heat of a continuous light up to 750 Watts, the Small Shallow Plus for video applications is ideal for work in cramped interiors where medium softening of a broad light is desired.
The "Plus" designation of this softbox means the front face of the softbox is removable. This softbox comes with a one stop diffusion cloth. 1/2 and 1/4 grid cloths are available separately.
This softbox has a built in "lip" around the edges to help control light spill. This lip also facilitates the attachment of optional honeycomb grids, fabric grids, and louvers.
This softbox is only for lights with a very wide throw. The shallow depth of this softbox will not allow the light from a spotlight to spread out adequately within the box. Exposure then would not be as even across the entire front face of the softbox.
Recessed front helps to control light spill and facilitates the attachment of an optional grid or louvers.
Equates to more headroom if the box is used overhead and easier maneuvering in cramped interior shoots.
Required speed (mounting) rings are available separately for many manufacturers' lights.
In the Box
Chimera Shallow Video Pro Plus 1 Softbox - Small
Black Storage Bag for Softbox, Diffusion Screen and Poles
1 f/Stop Front Diffusion Cloth
5 Year Warranty
NOTE: Speed Ring is REQUIRED and Not Included
Table of Contents
24 x 32 x 13" (60 x 80 x 33 cm)
Broad lights up to 750W May be used with Strobes utilizing a protruding flashtube