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£145.83 Ex VAT £175.00 Inc VAT
- Round catch light in eyes simulates sunlight
- Easily see lighting patterns with constant light
- Quick setup and tear down
- 8-sided shape and deep profile provides a large light spread
- Perfect for home or studio
- Rated for use up to 500 watts
£243.00 Ex VAT £291.60 Inc VAT
- 40-degree grid
- Fits PanAura/Octodome 5
- Fabric Grid
- Limits soft, wide beam spread
- Controls spill light
- Concentrates output on the subject
£117.19 Ex VAT £140.63 Inc VAT
- Mini softbox
- Dimensions are 30x30cm
- Specifically for Dedolight lamp heads
- Silver interior
- Compatible with DLH1x150S
- DLSR70 speed ring can be attached
£35.55 Ex VAT £42.66 Inc VAT
- Mini Speed Ring
- Mounts softbox to a fixture
- Fits DLH4, DLED4
- Fits DLHM4-300, DLH200D
- Compatible with DLH4 series
- Compatible with DLED4 series
£129.17 Ex VAT £155.00 Inc VAT
- No Speed Ring Needed
- Silver Interior for Maximum Output
- Ideal for Speedlites or Strobe Heads
- Fast Setup
- Fiberglass Frame for Added Durability
- 104-degree Light Spread
£305.00 Ex VAT £366.00 Inc VAT
- Softens Light Output
- 1-Piece Design
- Sets Up in Seconds, Mounts to Barndoors
- No Speed Ring Required
- Silver Interior
- Front Diffuser
Softbox Studio Lights
If you are looking for the perfect lighting workhorse accessory for your filmmaking studio, you have come to the right place. If you are a professional, you will know the importance of using softbox studio lights especially in filmmaking. A softbox is more than a light modifying accessory.
It provides the perfect amount of scattered light directed on the object in various shapes and sizes. Softboxes are also known for softening the light and enhancing the quality of light as well.
The best thing about using a softbox is that it provides maximum adaptability for numerous lighting effects which a hard lighting accessory fails to provide. If you have the best softbox lighting kit along with a cinema box with led lights, you will see the perfect level of contrast, brightness, clarity and other good characteristics in your content.
There are many softboxes available but it is important that you get the best one which is compatible and fulfils all your photography/filmmaking studio demands.
You should look for a heat-resistant fabric in softboxes. The intense lighting can produce a lot of heat and can lead to some incidents you would want to avoid in your studio. Another thing to consider when finding the best softbox studio lights is the compatibility with different light sources.
You should look for the one which is compatible with both constant and variable light sources. Having a softbox which is adaptable to both situations is certainly an added bonus. Your softbox studio lighting kit should be an easy installation accessory kit. A fast setup is what you need to move things quickly and efficiently in your studio.
Softboxes provide both narrow and wide beam spread. These two options are used for different filming situations and you should choose the one which suits you the best. Your softbox lighting kit should be easy to carry.
Most kits can be flattened into different positions for carrying to different places and they make up an ideal option for you to consider. The ideal softbox will have a large diffusion surface area which will also help forma numerous undefined shadows to further improve the quality of your filmmaking content. Speed rings have been an important part for different softboxes types.
Most softboxes come up with no requirement for speed rings which are an extra accessory. You should go for the ones which do not require the speed and adapter ring, which in turn will save you some money.
Buying the perfect softbox kit alongside a cinema box with led lights provides you the opportunity to go beyond limits in the field of filmmaking. The light provided by the source seems like natural light when scattered by a softbox giving you the perfect shots.