Rotolight Barndoors for Anova LED Floodlight

Rotolight Barndoors for Anova LED Floodlight

Rotolight Barndoors for Anova LED Floodlight

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Rotolight Barndoors for Anova LED Floodlight

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  • Lightweight Metal
  • 6 Leaf Design
  • Effective Beam Control
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Rotolight's Barndoors for Anova LED Floodlight are an ideal way to control the 110 degree beam output of this bi-color LED fixture. The lightweight metal 6 leaf set, which matches the hexagonal design of the Anova, folds flat against the fixture for easy storage.

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Rotolight Barndoors for Anova LED Floodlight
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    Material Metal
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 15.5 x 15.05 x 4.0"
    Barndoors for Anova LED Floodlight is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from MUST BUY IT! Really need this with the ANOVA! I bought the ANOVA Flight Case Kit. The ANOVA has a fantastic wide beam but sometimes you need to cut the coverage and these well designed Barndoors work very well. I've heard there's a Portabrace rain cover that fits round the ANOVA with Barn doors on! i'll be looking out for that
    Date published: 2012-08-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Whoops! Maybe they didn't decide to do barndoors until after the light was designed, built and in production. Or maybe something that ridiculous. Because you would never design a barndoor that would not let you tilt down, right? Yep - that's it - maybe 15-20 degrees and bang, the barndoor runs into the yoke. So do I forgo the doors? No - with 110 degree spread you need some control and if you want quick and light Cstands and flags need to be at a minimum. The solution seems to be mounting the yoke on a 45 degree angle, then there is plenty of tilt range. Short arm with a bag on the back, pin in a grip head or a magic finger - multiple top-of-stand possibilities. I ended up making a 3-4 reverse offset arm, a stud pointed back in roughly a 45 degree angle over the top of the TVMP so that the weight of the light/battery is more over the stand. I felt really silly having to do that though after spending way too many thousand of dollars. At the very least they should admit to the issue and sell a solution. Another thing - if even a few of the doors were steel you could attach stuff like reflectors, barndoor extenders, diffusers etc. with magnets, magnet tape because the light does not get hot!
    Date published: 2013-07-10
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