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Manfrotto TriGrip Diffuser, One Stop - 30" (75cm)

BH #MATG301SD • MFR #LL LR3651
Manfrotto TriGrip Diffuser, One Stop - 30" (75cm)
Key Features
  • Collapsible
Enhance your subject's lighting environment with the Manfrotto 30" (75cm) TriGrip. This TriGrip can block harsh sun, or studio light, or act as subtractor of unwanted reflected color casts.
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Manfrotto TriGrip Overview

Enhance your subject's lighting environment with the Manfrotto 30" (75cm) TriGrip. This TriGrip can block harsh sun, or studio light, or act as subtractor of unwanted reflected color casts.

The TriGrip replaces the traditional round reflector with a unique triangular design with a built-in handle. The TriGrip's comfortable handle allows for easy manipulation of the reflecting panel with no stand or support needed. This is especially useful when you are working alone.

The TriGrip measures approximately 30" (75 cm) at its widest point, and is also available in the following colors: Gold/White, Sunlite/Soft Silver, Silver/White, Sunfire/Silver and Solid Black.

The triangular shape combines the ability to collapse the reflector, and the ability to hold itself rigid.
UPC: 719821250951

Manfrotto TriGrip Specs

Surfaces
Black
Shape
Rounded Triangle
Working Size
30 x 30" / 76.2 x 76.2 cm
Collapsed Size
1/3 of Working Size
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.34 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
14.7 x 14.35 x 3.05"

Manfrotto TriGrip Reviews

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question

Do you recommend the 48 or 30 for outdoors in moderately windy conditions. I have a 30 6 in 1 from Westcott but find it too small but think 48 might be too large? .
Asked by: Darren
I suppose it is a little more difficult to use in the wind. However, its large size helps bounce more light and also works really well for blocking light
Answered by: Sarah G.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Lastolite also makes a one-stop version of this diffuser. Any thoughts on one stop vs. two stops and when is best to use one vs. the other?
Asked by: Tracy
Hello Tracy! I'm from South Australia and I own both the 1 stop and 2 stop diffuser. I find that the one stop diffuser is best for diffusion as it is sufficient to block out harsh light as well as blending some light and dark to even the tones without the risk of making it too dark for the subject. I've never had to use the 2 stop trigrip as a diffuser. I just use my 2 stop diffuser as a reflector (when covered with the relevant cover). I hope that helps!
Answered by: Anthony R.
Date published: 2022-07-30

question

Does it work for full body portraits?
Asked by: MARTIN B.
No, better you buy a bigger one.
Answered by: MARKUS K.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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