Bron­color range of Soft­boxes and Octaboxes

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The new Bron­color Soft­boxes and Octaboxes are op­ti­mized light shapers for pre­cise light­ing con­trol, and come in nine dif­fer­ent shapes — square, rec­tan­gu­lar, oc­tag­o­nal, or as a strip. Draw­ing upon Bron­color’s es­teemed Swiss-qual­ity stan­dard, th­ese high-per­for­mance light shapers each have their own dis­tinct ef­fect on light dis­tri­bu­tion and out­put — al­low­ing for an ex­ten­sive range of light­ing ef­fects. Plus, they’re much eas­ier to con­struct and dis­man­tle than their pre­de­ces­sors thanks to new colour mark­ings on their pre-as­sem­bled ten­sion­ing rods and sup­port ring.

Bron­color’s small­est Soft­box, the 35x60cm, is only slightly larger than a stan­dard re­flec­tor. Its light out­put is, of course, scat­tered, but due to its com­pact di­men­sions, isn’t overly soft. The 150cm Octabox pro­vides ho­moge­nous il­lu­mi­na­tion, and is par­tic­u­larly de­sir­able for clas­sic por­traits as it pro­duces rounded re­flec­tions in the eyes. Bron­color’s largest Soft­box, the 120x180cm, of­fers a mam­moth two square me­tres of light, il­lu­mi­nat­ing the whole body uni­formly. Fi­nally, Bron­color’s strip­lights, avail­able in 30x120cm and 30x180cm vari­ants, are per­fect for il­lu­mi­nat­ing edges in prod­uct pho­tog­ra­phy, or as a hair light for strik­ing fash­ion shots.

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