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Impact 40° Honeycomb Grid for 16" Beauty Dish Reflector

BH #IMBDG16 • MFR #BDG-16
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Impact 40° Honeycomb Grid for 16" Beauty Dish Reflector
Key Features
  • Narrows Beam of Light
  • For Impact Beauty Dish
  • Controls Spill Light
  • Installs Quickly
This Impact 40° Honeycomb Grid for 16" Beauty Dish Reflector alters the shape and light output of the reflector by tunneling the light forward into a narrower 40° beam. The beauty dish reflector is a legendary light shaping tool popularized by fashion and portrait photographers. The grid offers slightly increased contrast, directionality, and spill light control. It's an ideal tool for achieving Rembrandt-like lighting effects. This grid is designed exclusively for an Impact Beauty Dish.
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Impact BDG-16 Overview

This Impact 40° Honeycomb Grid for 16" Beauty Dish Reflector alters the shape and light output of the reflector by tunneling the light forward into a narrower 40° beam. The beauty dish reflector is a legendary light shaping tool popularized by fashion and portrait photographers. The grid offers slightly increased contrast, directionality, and spill light control. It's an ideal tool for achieving Rembrandt-like lighting effects. This grid is designed exclusively for an Impact Beauty Dish.

UPC: 847628551589

Impact BDG-16 Specs

Item Type
1 x Honeycomb Grid
Grid Angle
40°
Materials
Aluminum
Dimensions
ø: 16" / ø: 40.6 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.27 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
17 x 16.4 x 1.3"

Impact BDG-16 Reviews

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question

What type of dish does this mount to?
Asked by: James
Hi James,I believe you can mount these to most Beauty Dish Reflectors out there. I bought my (2) 40 degree Honeycomb Grids to mount to my Impact Beauty dishes. I have a 27 Impact Beauty Dish and a 16 Impact Beauty Dish and wanted to control spill lights for certain images. The 40 degree does take a lot of light away and falls quickly around the subject, but that was the intended purpose. Hope this helps. -Viet
Answered by: Viet C.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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