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Honl Photo 1/4" Speed Grid for Speed System

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Honl Photo 1/4" Speed Grid for Speed System
Key Features
  • For Shoe Mount or Handle Mount
  • Tightens Light Beam
The HonlPhoto 1/4" Speed Grid is part of the Honl Speed System, which allows you to add a line of different light modifiers to your flash unit. The 1/4" Speed Grid attaches to the Speed Strap (offered separately), and dramatically narrows the beam of light that's put out by your shoe mount or handle mount flash. The effect is a small circle of light, with the size depending on flash-to-subject distance.

Two versions are available, one with 1/4" grids and one with 1/8" grids. The 1/8" version produces a spot a few degrees narrower then the 1/4" version.

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Honl Photo HONL-GRID4 Overview

The HonlPhoto 1/4" Speed Grid is part of the Honl Speed System, which allows you to add a line of different light modifiers to your flash unit. The 1/4" Speed Grid attaches to the Speed Strap (offered separately), and dramatically narrows the beam of light that's put out by your shoe mount or handle mount flash. The effect is a small circle of light, with the size depending on flash-to-subject distance.

Two versions are available, one with 1/4" grids and one with 1/8" grids. The 1/8" version produces a spot a few degrees narrower then the 1/4" version.

Ideal for dramatic lighting effects
Made of rugged ABS/polycarbonate
UPC: 751751020051

Honl Photo HONL-GRID4 Specs

Modifier Type
Grid
Dimensions
H: 3.5 x W: 2.2" / H: 89.0 x W: 58.0 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
7.05 x 5.25 x 1.35"

Honl Photo HONL-GRID4 Reviews

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question

Does this modifier do the same as a scoop with a grid on it?
Asked by: Mauricio
If you are referring to a light scoop as a device that provides indirect lighting, then no, the above modifier would not work as a light scoop. Light scoops are typically angled in front of a light source to prevent light from directly striking your subject, therefore, providing indirect lighting to illuminate your subject. A grid is designed to be connected to a light source and aimed directly at your subject for extremely directional, focused lighting (similar to a spot light). Grids are not used for indirect lighting; as they block light from heading in any direction other than straight from the source, they are extremely directional and must be aimed directly at the subject to be lit.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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