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Profoto RFi 3.0 x 4.0' Softbox

BH #PRSBR34 • MFR #254704
Profoto RFi 3.0 x 4.0' Softbox
Key Features
  • Removable Front and Inner Diffuser
  • Accepts Optional Grid and Diffusers
  • Compatible with Over 20 Flash Brands
  • Silver Interior
The quick setup and thin profile of the Profoto RFi 3.0 x 4.0' Softbox makes it a good choice for portrait, wedding, fashion and product photography in-studio or on location. The softbox features removable front and inner diffusers, color coded rods and wide compatibility with over 20 flash brands.
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Profoto RFi Softbox 3.0x4.0' Overview

The quick setup and thin profile of the Profoto RFi 3.0 x 4.0' Softbox makes it a good choice for portrait, wedding, fashion and product photography in-studio or on location. The softbox features removable front and inner diffusers, color coded rods and wide compatibility with over 20 flash brands.

Note: Separate purchase of a speedring/adapter is required for use

  • High-quality fabrics, reinforced seams, edges and corners guarantee long life
  • Color codes and touch-fastener attachments make for hassle-free assembly and disassembly
  • Optional Softgrid and Strip Mask
  • Profoto RFi Softbox 3.0x4.0' Specs

    Key Specs
    Item Type
    3 x 4' Softbox (Rectangular Shape)
    Interior Color
    Silver
    Light Compatibility
    Requires Bracket/Speed Ring (Not Included)
    Accepts Grids
    Yes (Not Included)
    Interior Color
    Silver
    Light Compatibility
    Requires Bracket/Speed Ring (Not Included)
    Quick Open Type
    No
    Accepts Grids
    Yes (Not Included)
    Removable Front Face
    Yes
    Interior Baffle
    Yes, Removable
    Dimensions
    48 x 36 x 20.5" / 121.9 x 91.4 x 52 cm
    Weight
    5.3 lb / 2.4 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight
    5.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
    38 x 9.5 x 2.5"

    Profoto RFi Softbox 3.0x4.0' Reviews

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    What are the dimensions of the interior baffle?

    What are the dimensions of the interior baffle?
    Asked by: Salvatore
    The interior baffle for the Profoto RFi 3.0 x 4.0' Softbox measures approximately 36 x 29 inches in size.
    Answered by: Manzell L
    Date published: 2021-01-20

    What is the max continuous wattage this box can ...

    What is the max continuous wattage this box can handle? I want to use this box with 800 watt HMI or even 1600 watt hmi
    Asked by: Jacob
    The Profoto RFi 3.0 x 4.0' Softbox was not designed for use with continuous lights. That being said, they are durable enough to be used with Profoto's ProHeads, which have a 500W halogen modeling lamp. I would not recommend going above this heat range. The Profoto HR softboxes were "Heat Resistant" and were designed for use with continuous lights, but Profoto's HR softboxes and continuous lights were discontinued some time ago and are no longer available for purchase. If you are looking for a similar-sized softbox for continuous light usage needs, the Photoflex Large SilverDome nxt (34 x 45 x 24.5"), B&H # PHSDLZ, will work with light fixtures up to 3,000W, and the Impact Luxbanx Duo Large Rectangular Softbox (36 x 48"), B&H # IMLBRDL, will work with continuous light fixtures up to 1,500W lamps.
    Answered by: Manzell L
    Date published: 2021-07-20

    Do you sell replacement front and inner ...

    Do you sell replacement front and inner diffusers?
    Asked by: Amy
    We have the front https://bhpho.to/2KukGjy. For the inner you would need to go to Profoto.
    Answered by: Reuben
    Date published: 2019-06-20

    Does this softbox come with a Profoto speed ring ...

    Does this softbox come with a Profoto speed ring or is that purchased separately?
    Asked by: Ryan
    You have to purchase it separately.
    Answered by: Terry
    Date published: 2019-05-10

    Can I use it with an OCF ring?

    Can I use it with an OCF ring?
    Asked by: Angelo
    Unfortunately, the Profoto OCF speed ring can only work with Profoto OCF series modifiers. This RFi Softbox requires the Profoto RFi Speed Ring for Profoto Flash Heads B&H # PRSRP. https://bhpho.to/2EY7uy0
    Answered by: Kirk
    Date published: 2019-03-13

    I have the Profoto A1X AirTTL-S - what ...

    I have the Profoto A1X AirTTL-S - what attachments do I need to use this soft box? Thanks!
    Asked by: Maile
    In order to mount the Profoto A2 the following is needed. Profoto RFi Speed Ring for Profoto Flash Heads BH #PRSRP • MFR #100501 https://bhpho.to/3VPKmrN Profoto OCF Adapter for A1, A1X, and A10 Studio Lights BH #PROCFA • MFR #101130 https://bhpho.to/3ULqapv
    Answered by: hectorm
    Date published: 2022-12-12

    question

    Is the outer covering supposed to be black? I recently purchaseda rfi 3 x 4 on Ebay. And when i got it the outer layer is dark navy. Definitely not black like the rest of my profoto softboxes. Just want to make sure the profoto softboxes from B&H are all solid black.
    Asked by: Wayne M.
    The RFi 3x4 we purchased from B&H is solid Black. Except for the support rod sticking out of one corner that popped through on the 3rd time we used it. Oh, and that other spot where the velcro didn't let go and the outer shell tore instead. That part isn't black anymore either. Since then it has been on a shelf as we are afraid to see what will happen next. Maybe if I lay it in the sun it will fade to dark navy or perhaps grow into an RFi 4x6?
    Answered by: john c.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    HiWe are a car dealership and we have our own studio, we are trying to find proper lighting to take pictures of our cars. do you recommand this product ? Should we hang it on the ceilling facing straight down on the cars? thank you
    Asked by: Seif A.
    Most overhead softboxes for car photography are 10 times bigger than this. They're very specialized light banks.You're best bet is to get the largest one you can afford for the overhead. For the sides of the car you can just light paint with smaller boxes using multiple shots.
    Answered by: David B.
    Date published: 2018-08-28
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