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Broncolor ParReflector

BH #BRPR • MFR #B-33.113.00
Broncolor ParReflector
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Broncolor ParReflector Overview

The Par Reflector is a parabolic, aluminum reflector with a highly polished surface. It will fit any Broncolor flash head constructed since 1972. When mounted on a flash head, it delivers a concentrated beam of light of 38°. Compared with a regular Broncolor reflector, it boosts intensity by 1.3 F-Stops.

For more even distribution of light, use the included matt (frosted) protective glass.

Broncolor ParReflector Specs

Key Specs
Item Type
Parabolic Reflector
Interior Color
Silver
Light Compatibility
Direct Attachment (Requires No Bracket/Speed Ring) with Broncolor Mount
Accepts Grids
Yes (Not Included)
Interior Color
Silver
Light Compatibility
Direct Attachment (Requires No Bracket/Speed Ring) with Broncolor Mount
Accepts Grids
Yes (Not Included)
Beam Angle
48°
Light Loss/Gain
1.3-Stop Gain
Materials
Aluminum
Dimensions
ø: 11.6 x H: 7.2" / ø: 29.5 x H: 18.3 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
12 x 12 x 10"

Broncolor ParReflector Reviews

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I'm needing to throw the light as far as ...

I'm needing to throw the light as far as possible. As the P45 deep reflector and this Par reflector have very close angle I'm wondering which would be best for this use? I wonder if the longer length of the P45 would help or the extra shiny par would be best? Also I see that the par is compatible but not recommended for siros 800L, what exactly does that mean?
Asked by: Cameron
For maximum light output over long distance, the PAR reflector is better suited thanks to its highly-polished interior. This does come at the cost of light evenness, meaning that there is a more present bright-to-dark gradation from the center of the beam. Regarding compatibility - the Siros 800L protecting glass' design may case minor patterns or shadows in the light, visible if you're lighting a broad homogenous surface (like a flat textureless wall, or background paper). Using a completely frosted/matte glass dome will help counteract this. The P45 reflector is better suited for a homogenous (even) quality of light, though at cost of output.
Answered by: dan@broncolor
Date published: 2023-05-31
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