Chimera Fabric Grid for Large - 20 Degrees

Chimera Fabric Grid for Chimera Large Softbox - 20 Degrees (54x72")

Chimera Fabric Grid for Chimera Large Softbox - 20 Degrees (54x72")

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Chimera Fabric Grid for Large - 20 Degrees

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Use this Chimera Fabric Grid on the front of a 54 x 72" Chimera Large, or Photoflex Extra Large softbox to limit the light spread to 20°.

Grids are essential accessories for any lighting system. A grid alters the shape and intensity of the light output from your softbox when it is mounted on a light head. Consider a grid as a painter would a brush, or a sculptor would a knife, or chisel.

Fabric grids are hand-stitched, and collapse easily for storage or transport. Use of a fabric grid, honeycomb grid, or "egg crate" will result in a narrower spread of light. The spread of light will be determined by the density of the honeycomb mesh, and the distance of the subject from the light.

Chimera's Large equals Photoflex's Extra Large (54 x 72").
Soft grids are revolutionizing the light control options for location film and video crews and photographers.
Collapsible, portable, and extremely lightweight, soft grids have no supporting frame of their own.
Once the job is complete, just detach, give an energetic diagonal snap to align the grid's joints, and fold it down to near pocket-size.
All 1996 Lightbanks have this soft grid compatible hook & loop system, and older Lightbanks can be retrofitted.
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Chimera Fabric Grid for Chimera Large Softbox - 20 Degrees (54x72")
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    Package Weight 2.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.4 x 6.3 x 2.8"

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