Chimera Octaplus Expandable Light Bank - 5'

BH #CHOP5 • MFR #6050
Chimera
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Chimera OctaPlus 5 Overview

Chimera's OctaPlus family of octagonal Lightbanks have a patent pending design that allows conversion of this 5-foot Lightbank to the OctaPlus 7-foot Lightbank in just a few minutes, with no tools -- just the optional conversion kit. This unique design gives you two Lightbanks in one.

The whole Chimera OctaPlus family is compatible with strobes or continuous lightsources up to 1200 watts (2000 watts for the OctaPlus 7 ft.).

This light bank requires a speed ring to adapt it to your particular strobe or hot light. Refer to the Accessories section, or click on the Speed Ring Adapter Chart in Specifications for your speed ring. A 3770 stand adapter or other model stand adapter is also recommended for the larger models, so the weight of the light bank is not supported by the fixture.

Soft silver interior with an innovative graduated baffle for very even light spread.
Fall off from the center of the 7 foot front screen (for example) to the edge has been measured at only a 0.2 F-stop.
UPC: 845077060508

Chimera OctaPlus 5 Specs

ShapeOctagon
Interior ColorSilver
Requires Speed RingYes, Not Included
Accepts GridsYes
Maximum Wattage1200 W
Removable Front FaceYes
Removable Interior BaffleYes
Circular Dimensionsø: 5.0' / ø: 1.5 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)40 x 6.1 x 6.1"
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Which length rods do I need to use the chimera octaplus 5 in combination with chimera triolet?
Asked by: Tessa H.
According to the manufacturer, the Chimera Pole for 5' Octaplus Soft Bank B&H # CHPO5 MFR # 4060 would be the correct rod size for the Chimera Octaplus size when attach it to the Chimera Triolet with an Octaplus Speed Ring. The length of the rod is 38.75.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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which stand should I use for this light?
Asked by: Anonymous
Use a c stand or something more heavy duty.
Answered by: JASON A.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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