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Profoto Zoom Reflector 2

BH #PRZR2 • MFR #100785
Profoto Zoom Reflector 2
Key Features
  • Accepts Profoto Grids Directly
  • Smoother Spread of Light
The Profoto Zoom Reflector 2 is a smoother, more accurate reflector, with an integrated grid holder that accepts Profoto grids directly -- no more need for the expensive extra grid holder.

The light from the new reflector is smoother yet more precise; the fall-off is more even, the dynamic range bigger, the stray light almost completely eliminated.

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Profoto Zoom Reflector 2 Overview

The Profoto Zoom Reflector 2 is a smoother, more accurate reflector, with an integrated grid holder that accepts Profoto grids directly -- no more need for the expensive extra grid holder.

The light from the new reflector is smoother yet more precise; the fall-off is more even, the dynamic range bigger, the stray light almost completely eliminated.

An optional protection cap -- the Zoom Cap -- fits on top of the reflector, even if it's holding a grid or if the reflector is mounted on a lamp head.

Profoto Zoom Reflector 2 Specs

Key Specs
Item Type
Zoom Reflector
Interior Color
Silver
Light Compatibility
Built-In Speed Ring with Profoto Mount
Accepts Grids
Yes (Not Included)
Interior Color
Silver
Light Compatibility
Built-In Speed Ring with Profoto Mount
Accepts Grids
Yes (Not Included)
Beam Angle
105 to 35°
Materials
Metal
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
8.8 x 8.4 x 7.5"

Profoto Zoom Reflector 2 Reviews

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whats the difference between the magnum reflector ...

whats the difference between the magnum reflector and the zoom reflector ?
Asked by: GUSTAVO
The main differences between the two reflectors are their physical size and the beam angle they produce. The Magnum Reflector is physically larger and offers a 50° beam angle while the Zoom Reflector 2 has a 35°, 75° & 105° beam angles.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2023-01-16

Can I buy 2 of this product?

Can I buy 2 of this product?
Asked by: HS
This item is not quantity locked you can adjust the quantity of the item in your cart.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2021-08-29

WIll this reflector fit the Profoto D2 500ws and ...

WIll this reflector fit the Profoto D2 500ws and 1000ws?
Asked by: Valerie
Yes this Zoom Reflector is compatible with both the D2 500 and D2 1000 monolights.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-07-21

Is there a speed ring that can connect this to a ...

Is there a speed ring that can connect this to a Broncolor Siros L?
Asked by: Robert N.
There is not, but Broncolor have there own reflectors https://bhpho.to/2Slj5xw.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-07-18

Will this fit on the b10 ???

Will this fit on the b10 ???
Asked by: Vip Lens
This reflector is compatible with most Profoto flash heads including the B10 and B10 Plus.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-01-24

What is the range of light spread in degrees of ...

What is the range of light spread in degrees of the zoom 2 reflector? Is it wider than the wide zoom reflector?
Asked by: Michael
Three different beam angles can be achieved with this reflector when mounted on a Profoto flash head. At position 10, the beam angle is 105°. At position 7, the beam angle is 75°. Lastly, position 6 gives you a beam angle of 35°.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-03-01

Will this reflector fit on a pro 7b head? Thanks!

Will this reflector fit on a pro 7b head? Thanks!
Asked by: John
Yes, the Profoto Zoom Reflector 2 will fit on the Profoto Pro 7B head. This head still uses the standard Profoto Speedring making it compatible.
Answered by: Andres M
Date published: 2024-06-03

Will this work well with the A10 and the a10 ...

Will this work well with the A10 and the a10 modifier adapter?
Asked by: Ann
The Profoto OCF adapter is better suited with the Profoto OCF Reflector due to its form factor. http://bhpho.to/2L4Uuhk http://bhpho.to/3nqQ0P3
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-01-09
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