Lastolite HiLite Bottletop Cover with Train - 6x7' (Green Chromakey)

BH #LABTT67GCK • MFR #LL LB8881
Key Features
  • Increases Versatility of HiLite System
  • Stretch Fabric
  • Available in Several Colors
The Lastolite HiLite Bottletop Cover with Train is a great accessory. With this easily installed piece, your HiLite can readily be changed into a hi or low key background with no muss or fuss. By simply slipping this "cover" over your existing HiLite, you can suddenly give your system newer and better versatility. No need to buy extra backdrops or relight the background. 
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Lastolite HiLite Bottletop Green Chromakey Overview

The Lastolite HiLite Bottletop Cover with Train is a great accessory. With this easily installed piece, your HiLite can readily be changed into a hi or low key background with no muss or fuss. By simply slipping this "cover" over your existing HiLite, you can suddenly give your system newer and better versatility. No need to buy extra backdrops or relight the background. 

Rapid change cover for HiLite system
Crease resistant fabric
Folds away when not in use
Available in two sizes 1.5 x 2.15m (5 x 7') and 1.8 x 2.15m (6 x 7').
UPC: 719821287360

Lastolite HiLite Bottletop Green Chromakey Specs

ColorGreen Chromakey
Size6x7' (1.8 x 2.1 m)
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.305 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23.5 x 12.15 x 7.25"
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If I'm using it for video, and have an led main and hair light;1. Is it possible to get enough light from led lights inside the background? 2. Wouldn't there be a spill issue?
Asked by: Anonymous
To use the green screen most effectively, it would need to be lit independently from the subject.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-11-26

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I heard from someone that this background is opaque. I also read on your site that there is no need to relight the background, leading me to believe that the lighting from behind it will light it evenly and sufficiently. Please shed light on this contradiction...?
Asked by: marcie
It works best against a background that does not emit light. Also a four light setup provides no shadows behind the subject.
Answered by: JAMES W.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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