LumiQuest Softbox LTp (10 x 14")

LumiQuest Softbox LTp (10 x 14")

LumiQuest Softbox LTp (10 x 14")

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  • Large Softbox for Speedlight
  • Designed for Off-Camera Use
  • 10x14" (25.4x35.5cm)

LumiQuest LQ-124 overview

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LumiQuest's Softbox LTp (10 x 14") is a very large softbox designed for use off-camera with a portable speedlight. The surface area of the LTp (140 sq. in.) is more than 40x that of the flash itself, which spreads the light further, producing softer shadows than smaller softboxes. The LTp is designed exclusively for off-camera use. Folds to fit a laptop pocket in a camera bag.

Large 10 x 14" (25.4 x 35.5cm) softbox for portable strobes/speedlights
Designed for off-camera use only, as the softbox would block the camera's lens if mounted on the hot-shoe
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LumiQuest Softbox LTp (10 x 14")
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    LumiQuest LQ-124 specs

    Dimensions 10 x 14" (25.4 x 35.5 cm)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.75 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.8 x 10.1 x 1.0"

    LumiQuest LQ-124 reviews

    Softbox LTp (10 x 14") is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 46.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Portable and Effective I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of light given by this small softbox attachment. Don't plan to use it on-camera, it blocks the lens. but if you have a ETTL extension cord, as I used; then you can easily bring it closer to the subjects's face adn it gives a great even light. One note: If you use a stofen or other flash unit cover, figure out how far they slide on first, then attach the velcro for this LTP unit; otherwise if you do what I did and attach the velcro first, I put it too close to the flash head's edge and now I have a problem putting on my stofen diffuser. Other than that, it holds securely and is super-portable. Glad I bought it.
    Date published: 2010-12-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Portable Softbox Proves Productive I watched a video of David Hobby (Strobist.com) using this softbox and thought I'd give it a try. I use several diffusers but this little softbox really fits my needs for quick portrait and onsite product work. It's easy to store and sets up quickly. There are light gaps between the segments along the sides but it doesn't interfer with accurate output from the flash. I'm not too excited about the way the velco grabs onto everything in sight but that's what velco is supposed to do. You do have to take good care not to tear the softbox. It's not made of very sturdy material but the price is right!
    Date published: 2012-02-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from It works! I will start by saying that I am on a tight budget. But I needed something that would give me good soft light for portraits (mainly head and shoulder stuff). I really liked the quality of light this thing gave me. I have a slightly larger softbox that I am using as a main light so I use this as a fill light. Photos are on the money everytime. This week I will experiment on the field with this softbox and my speedlight. I feel confident I will get what I want, so for at home it has performed well. Just keep in mind that you get what you pay for. The bigger the softbox the better the light, but you also pay more.
    Date published: 2011-09-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from LumiQuest LPT Mini-Softbox It is excellent for closeup portraits. Using an SB-600 with a dome diffuser I can get a very good light source from 2 to 4, maybe 5 feet away, but that is already pushing it. The light is not as soft as using an umbrella or a bigger soft box, and if you want that kind of softness you will need additional diffusing or look elsewhere. However, I love the look of the LPT. To me is a unique look, the LumiQuest look. I have it with with at all times, and that is what I truly like about the product. If I need to take a quick shot and I can get close enough, I can alway use the LPT for a light source that can fool many. It is like the Bose speakers of lightning!
    Date published: 2013-01-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Softbox My first softbox. I purchased it after hearing about it on everyone's favorite Stobist website. It creates wonderful soft light. I've got a Vivitar 285HV and a Canon 430ex II and it works on both although the it's a little snug on the Vivitar. To put it on your flash correctly, you'll find it takes a bit of time. After some practice I would say it takes about 30 seconds or so to get it installed. If you're having trouble keeping it on, check out the LumiQuest website where you can find a short video explaining how to make it stay on and keep it rigid. It's not too heavy and it folds flat which makes it good for travel. One thing I don't like is that when it's folded flat, the white part of the softbox is exposed which causes some concern about it getting dirty. Not a big deal if you back it with a magazine covering it. Seems sturdy but I have only had it for a few weeks so I can't speak to its durability.
    Date published: 2010-12-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product but... This is a great product. It is strong, lightweight, and produces soft light for its size. It issues I have with it are light spill. When connected h to a 580 ex ii the corners don't fold together all the way. So if you need tight control over the light k it fails because light is still thrown around the room. Also the corners get bent when in a bag. So stiffer corners would be nice! This is still a great product to keep with you at all times, just in case.
    Date published: 2011-04-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid performer The softbox basically works as advertised, but it's not magical. For the light to be diffuse, you've got to have the LTp up close to the subject. If you try to use this across the room, you'll be better off with the flash's stock diffuser dome. The LTp has about 1.5EV falloff for the flash, so you do pay a slight penalty in light output, but with the SB-800, that's not a big deal (unless you use a full-cut CTO gel, like I usually do). I have the Lumiquest cinch strap to hold it to the SB-800 (if you use the glue-on Velcro, you forsake the ability to use the Nikon dome diffuser, which I wasn't willing to do). The cinch strap holds well enough if you're careful, but it does periodically slide off. Bottom line: It's a pretty good product, but don't kid yourself into thinking you'll convert your SB-600, -700, -800, or -900 into a six square foot studio softbox on the cheap. You won't.
    Date published: 2010-12-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to store and use, great results I use the LTP for wedding photography portrait and details shots. Provides a nice soft modification to the SB800 I pair it with. Best of all, easy to store and a rolling back as it is completely flat. Sets up in a few seconds.
    Date published: 2010-12-08
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